CNCS is one of the UK's leading research centres for nineteenth-century studies, and has extensive experience mentoring postdoctoral fellows. We are interested in supporting outstanding candidates with excellent research proposals related to any area represented by our members. For more information on current members visit https://www.dur.ac.uk/cncs/members/durhamuniversity/
Please contact Bennett Zon at firstname.lastname@example.org with an expression of interest.
The Mid-Career Fellowships are designed both to support outstanding individual researchers with excellent research proposals, and to promote public understanding and engagement with humanities and social sciences. This call is now open with a deadline of September 2019. Applications can be drafted using 2018 guidelines. . Please contact Bennett Zon at email@example.com with an expression of interest.
The Centre for Nineteenth-Century Studies invites expressions of interest from outstanding candidates who wish to apply for a prestigious Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship through Durham University. Draft application paperwork needs to be submitted by early January 2020. Further information on the Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships scheme, including eligibility criteria, can be found at here.
Please direct enquiries to the Director of CNCS, Bennett Zon: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Centre for Nineteenth-Century Studies invites expressions of interest from outstanding candidates who wish to apply for a prestigious Postdoctoral Fellowship through Durham University. In particular, we welcome enquiries from eligible candidates working on topics related to interdisciplinary nineteenth-century studies. We encourage you to consult the research profiles of our CNCS academic staff for information.
British Academy Post-Doctoral Fellowships The Centre for Nineteenth-Century Studies invites expressions of interest from postdoctoral researchers interested in making an application for a British Academy Post-Doctoral Fellowship. The British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowships are three-year Fellowship awards made to an annual cohort of outstanding Early Career Scholars which aim to offer opportunities for outstanding early career researchers to strengthen their experience of research and teaching in a university environment which will develop their curriculum vitae and improve their prospects of obtaining permanent lecturing posts by the end of the Fellowship.
Eligible candidates who are interested in coming to Durham on a British Academy Post-Doctoral Fellowship are encouraged to read the relevant information at http://www.britac.ac.uk/british-academy-postdoctoral-fellowships
CNCS invites applications from prospective applicants to the British Academy’s Postdoctoral Fellowship Scheme 2019–20; the competition is open now with a deadline of 16 October 2019. Full details of the scheme are given here. Candidates must be within three years of the award of their doctorate, and must be a UK or EEA National, or have completed their doctorate at a UK university.
This scheme offers recently qualified postdoctoral researchers the opportunity to start independent research careers, working in some of the best research environments in the world. It is anticipated this competition will open in October 2019.
The Royal Society has now opened the scheme and for the faculty stage we ask applicants to draft their application on the formal application and download (do not submit) a copy of the application in pdf formal for review with all the sections completed https://grants.royalsociety.org/ .
You will need to be nominated through an academic department which CNCS can help you with finding the appropriate/best fit and you will have a mentor within this department please see the attached scheme notes. Fellowship Scheme Notes
The fellowships allow the University to host an international early career scholar (non UK citizen within 7 years of PhD) for two years, with the requirement that 'Applicants must have a clearly defined and mutually beneficial research proposal agreed with a UK host researcher'. These fellowships provide a stipend of £24,000 p.a., generous research costs, and relocation -- if you are aware of a suitable candidate, please do strongly consider asking them to apply. The University is required to match fund the fellowships so the number of applications will be monitored and no more than 2 are expected per department with an optional additional application if it is an interdisciplinary project and has the support of a named research Centre.
The deadline for applications has now passed.
Any queires, please contact either Anna Hutchinson or Louise Jones
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