Global Institute of Advanced Study, OSUN
Student Opportunity: Apply for Global Institute for Advanced Study Fellowships, 2022-24
Deadline: February 15, 2022The OSUN Global Institute for Advanced Study (GIAS), a collaboration between OSUN and the Institute of Advanced Study at Central European University, invites applications from early-career scholars in the field of humanities and social sciences to its two-year residential Junior Fellowship Program. Fellowships will be awarded for two consecutive academic years starting in September 2022. Fellows will be expected to reside in Budapest during the first year of the program (AY 2022/23), and then spend the second year (AY 2023/24) in residence at one of the select partner colleges or universities of the Open Society University Network.
GIAS offers two-year fellowships that allow extended access to GIAS resources, residence at GIAS in Budapest (Hungary) for 10 months, support for field research, writing, and public engagement.
Applications are welcome from candidates enrolled at or employed by an institution of higher education without limitations as to the geographic location of that institution. Affiliates and alumni of OSUN institutions are strongly encouraged to apply.
GIAS fellows are chosen through a rigorous selection process, where the final decision is made by an independent, interdisciplinary and international Academic Advisory Board. The Institute is committed to the pursuit of cutting-edge scholarship from all disciplines in the humanities and the social sciences, and will seek research proposals with innovative approaches to current social, political, economic, and other challenges facing communities, regions, and the world. Proposals on themes prioritized by OSUN are encouraged, but not a requirement for the application.
Questions? Write to [email protected].
Read the full call for applications for more details.
Deadline to apply is February 15, 2022
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