University of Queensland Offers Visiting Fellowships in English Literature and Art History in Australia, 2019

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Scholarship Description:

The University of Queensland (UQ) Node of the Centre for the History of Emotions is happy to announce Postdoctoral Visiting Fellowships in English Literature and Art History for a period of up to ten weeks. Fellowships are awarded to Australian nationals or permanent residents.

Host College/University:

The University of Queensland (UQ) is a research-intensive institution in the top 50 universities worldwide, offering choice and opportunity in undergraduate and postgraduate learning.

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Degree level:

Postdoctoral research programs.

Field of Study:

Fellowships are awarded in English Literature and Art History.

Scholarship Award: 

The fellowship includes a stipend of up to AUD10, 000 to cover living expenses.

Nationalities:

Fellowships are awarded to Australian nationals or permanent residents.

Eligibility Criteria:

Entrance Requirements:

Applicants must meet the following criteria:

Applicants should possess a PhD awarded within the past five years, and be based within the disciplines of either English Literature or Art History. They should be working on a topic in the history of emotions, broadly conceived.

Applying procedure Instructions:

Expressions of interest should include a one-to-two page cover letter outlining research interests; a one-to-two page research and writing plan for the fellowship, with details of publication goals; a CV (maximum five pages) with contact details of two referees; and a writing sample of approximately five thousand words. Please address the expressions of interest to Professor Peter Holbrook, Director of the UQ Node of CHE, at uqche-at-uq.edu.au.

Scholarship Official Web Links:

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Scholarship Deadline:

November 30, 2018

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