French Institutes for Advanced Study: Fellowships (France)

FellowshipsFellowships in 2021-2022, French Institutes for Advanced Study, Paris / Lyon / Montpellier / Marseille, France. Deadline: 15 September 2020.

The French Institutes for Advanced Study Fellowship Programme offers 10-month fellowships in the four Institutes of Paris, Lyon, Montpellier and Marseille. It welcomes applications from high level international scholars and scientists primarily in the fields of the social sciences and the humanities. For the 2021-2022 academic year, FIAS offers 31 fellowship positions: 17 in Paris, 5 in Lyon, 6 in Marseille and 3 in Montpellier. The call is open to all disciplines in the SSH and all research fields. Research projects from other sciences that propose a transversal dialogue with SSH are also eligible. Some of the four IAS have scientific priorities they will focus on more specifically.

The Fellows will benefit from the support and conducive scientific environment offered by the IAS, in an interdisciplinary cohort of fellows and in close relation to the local research potential. The fellows will be free to organize their work and conduct research as they wish.

Central European U: Institute for Advanced Study Fellowships (Hungary)

FellowshipsMultiple Fellowships, Institute for Advanced Study, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary. Deadline: September 1, 2020.

The purpose of the Institute for Advanced Study (hereinafter as “IAS CEU”) at Central European University is to promote the free and independent pursuit of pioneering scholarly research in the context of an interdisciplinary intellectual community with the expectation of the publication or other forms of dissemination of research results. Located in Budapest, the cultural and academic hub of Central and Eastern Europe, and attached to a densely international university, IAS CEU brings together scholars from all over the world who work mainly in the fields of the social sciences, humanities, law and art but would not necessarily be restricted to these domains of academic research. Special fellowship programs for scholars from other fields may be designed in response to emerging academic and scientific changes and developments. High-level scholarly work is achieved through a combination of sustained, individually undertaken research, and collaboration, exchange, symbiosis and synergy with other scholars. IAS CEU is committed to providing its fellows with the time, space, environment and opportunity to design their own balance among the opportunities offered.

  • Junior and Senior Core Fellowships for 2021/2022. The call is open. The deadline is September 1, 2020.
  • Fritz Thyssen Junior Fellowship for 2021/2022. The call is open. The deadline is September 1, 2020.
  • Affiliated Fellowship at IAS CEU for 2021/2022. The call is open. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
  • The Botstiber Junior Fellowship in Transatlantic Austrian and Central European Relationships for 2021/2022. The call is open. The deadline is September 1, 2020.
  • The Artist in Residence Fellowship for 2021/2022. The call is open. The deadline is September 1, 2020.
  • Constructive Advanced Thnking (CAT). The second call for applications is open. The deadline is September 1, 2020.

Oslo Metropolitan U: PHD Fellowship (Norway)

FellowshipsPhD Fellowship on employment of vulnerable citizens in small and medium sized enterprises (ENGAGE), Centre for Welfare and Labor Research, Oslo Metropolitan University, Oslo, Norway. Deadline: 24 August 2020.

The PhD position is part of the project “Sustained employment of ‘hard-to-place’ citizens in small and medium sized enterprises: A mixed-method study in Norway and the Netherlands” (ENGAGE). The project is financed by the Norwegian Research Council and Oslo Metropolitan University, and it will run from September 2020 to August 2024.

The project will study employer engagement to promote sustained employment of people with work impairments or disabilities in small and medium sized enterprises. The project is interdisciplinary and finds inspiration in social policy and active labour market studies, Human Resource Management and organization studies, governance studies and studies vocational and occupational rehabilitation.

Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program

FellowshipsFellowships, Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program. Deadline: June 30, 2020.

The Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program (CADFP) is a scholar fellowship program for educational projects at African higher education institutions. Offered by IIE in collaboration with the United States International University-Africa, the program is funded by a grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York. A total of 471 African Diaspora Fellowships have been awarded for scholars to travel to Africa since the program’s inception in 2013. CADFP exemplifies Carnegie’s enduring commitment to higher education in Africa. IIE manages and administers the program, including applications, project requests and fellowships. USIU-Africa provides strategic direction through the Advisory Council.

Accredited African universities in six host countries (Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda) can submit a project request to host an African-born scholar currently living in the United States or Canada to work on projects in research collaboration, graduate student teaching/mentoring and curriculum co-development. Or African-born academics currently living in the United States or Canada and working at institutions of higher education can submit a Scholar Application to the Scholar Roster.

Oslo Met U: PHD Fellowship: Journalism & Media Studies (Norway)

FellowshipsPhD-fellowship (3 years), Department of Journalism and Media Studies, Oslo Metropolitan University, Oslo, Norway. Deadline: May 29, 2020.

The Department of Journalism and Media Studies (IJM) offers a 3-year PhD fellowship position. The successful applicant will enroll and participate in the doctoral program in library and information science at the Faculty of Social Sciences. She/he will also be a member of one of two research groups at IJM: INDEX or Digital Journalism. The position will be closely connected to one of two international research projects financed by The Norwegian Research Council:

  • Understanding Youth Participation and Media literacy in Digital Dialogue Spaces (U-YouPa)
  • Source Criticism and Mediated Disinformation (SCAM)

The PhD project is to be designed and conducted in a way that contributes significantly to the project that the successful candidate will be a part of. Applications can either be directed to the U-YouPa or the Scam project (see descriptions below). The applications will be ranked by an external evaluation committee. The position will fall to the applicant with the top-ranked application, given that – after an interview round with the person and the other leading candidates – the candidate is found to be best suited to fill the position.

Fellowships: Urban Realities in the Global South (UK)

Fellowships

Urban Realities in the Global South International Fellowships, Urban Studies Foundation, Glasgow, UK. Deadline: 30 June 2020.

The Fellowship covers the costs of a sabbatical period at a university of the candidate’s choice in the Global North or South for the purpose of writing-up the candidate’s existing research findings in the form of publishable articles and/or a book under the guidance of a chosen mentor in their field of study. Funding is available for a period ranging between 3-9 months, and the proposed research may comprise any theme pertinent to a better understanding of urban realities in the Global South.

Applicants must be early-to-mid career urban scholars with a PhD obtained within the preceding 10 years (by the submission deadline) who currently work in a university or other research institution within the Global South. Candidates must also be nationals of a country in the Global South, defined as any country on the present OECD list of ODA recipients (2018-2020).

Emergent Ventures: Grants and Fellowships (USA)

GrantsEmergent Ventures funding for COVID-19 and general projects, Mercatus Center, George Mason University, Arlington, VA. Deadline: Ongoing (posted April 20,2020).

Emergent Ventures wants to jumpstart high-reward ideas – ‘Moonshots’ in many cases – that advance prosperity, opportunity, liberty, and well-being. They welcome the unusual and the unorthodox. Their goal is positive social change, but they do not mind if you make a profit from your project. (Indeed, a quick path to revenue self-sufficiency is a feature not a bug!)

Projects will either be fellowships or grants: fellowships involve time in residence at the Mercatus Center in Northern Virginia; grants are one-time or slightly staggered payments to support a project. Applicants are encouraged to think big, but very small grants or short fellowships will also be considered if they might change the trajectory of the applicant’s life. Applications from all ages and all parts of the world are encouraged.

NOTE: This support is not intended for scientific or biomedical research, although Emergent Ventures is also distributing funding for that. These grants/fellowships are for social projects which may be about the response to COVID-19, or may be about other social issues.

CFP CMM Institute Fellows (USA)

Fellowships

Revised Call for Proposals: 2020 Fellows’ Program. Theme: “Going beyond polarized narratives,” CMM Institute. Deadline extended: 15 May 2020.

CMM Institute is seeking innovative proposals for projects that  show or create the potential for making better social worlds by going beyond the polarized narratives that have served to divide, rather than unite, communities and that have resulted in fragmented or disenfranchised segments of the population. Proposals can focus on adults or children and be concerned with present and/or future generations.

Every year CMM Institute selects fellows according to the following criteria:
* a scholar and/or practitioner
* who demonstrates an appreciative understanding of what it means to take and apply a “communication perspective” and
* finds creative and impactful ways of using a “communication perspective” to address real-world challenges.

Dublin City U: Doctoral Scholarships Applied Language & Intercultural Studies (Ireland)

Fellowships
Doctoral Research Scholarships, The School of Applied Language and Intercultural Studies (SALIS), Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland. Deadline: 16 April 2020.

The School of Applied Language and Intercultural Studies (SALIS) is a multilingual, multicultural research-focused school with specialisms in Modern Languages (Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese and Spanish); Applied Linguistics; Translation Studies; Literary Studies; Migration Studies; Sexuality Studies; and Cultural and Intercultural Studies. SALIS offers a multilingual and multicultural environment in which to pursue a PhD programme, and has a strong focus on a multidisciplinary approach to language and communication.

As part of the commitment to ensuring excellence in doctoral-level research, SALIS is pleased to offer a number of scholarships for full-time PhD students commencing 1st October, 2020. Successful candidates will receive a stipend of €16,000 per annum for up to four years; subject to satisfactory annual progression. Registration fees will also be paid.

SALIS is particularly interested in receiving research proposals in the following areas: Applied Linguistics; Cultural Studies; Intercultural and Migration Studies; Literary and Sexuality Studies; and Translation Studies. Topics within Intercultural and Migration Studies include: Cosmopolitan Citizenship; Creativity; Asylum Narratives; Conflict and Conflict Resolution; Immigration and Multiculturalism; Migration and Diversity; Migration and Gender; Political Discourse; Social Entrepreneurship; Social Innovation; Political Education; University Of Sanctuary.

 

 

Loughborough U Residential Fellowships (UK)

Fellowships

Residential Fellowships, Institute for Advanced Studies Loughborough University, Leicestershire, England, UK. Deadline: 15 May 2020.

Loughborough University’s Institute of Advanced Studies has announced a major new initiative, the IAS Residential Fellowship programme, which will begin from September 2020. The Residential Fellowship programme adds significantly to the current portfolio of opportunities offered by the Institute to bring leading international scholars to the University as IAS Fellows.

IAS Residential Fellowships are open to outstanding international researchers from across all disciplines and career stages who wish to pursue a month-long research residency within the scholarly community of Loughborough University and its Institute of Advanced Studies.