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Durham University

Trevelyan College

Trevelyan College Fellowships

The College offers two types of fellowships.

Trevelyan Visiting Fellowships were instituted in 1981 and have been held by a wide range of scholars. They are open to all disciplines, are tenable normally for one term and are held by appointment after application or, in certain circumstances, by invitation.

A flat and meals are provided free of charge. All other College expenses (eg, post, telephones) are billed to the Fellow.

The Trevelyan Fellow is required to undertake research, normally connected with the work of a Department of the University, and to present the results in a Trevelyan Lecture delivered near the end of the period of tenure.

The availability of a Trevelyan Fellowship will depend on the current accommodation needs of the College.

Enquiries should be made in the first instance to the Principal of Trevelyan College, Professor H.M. Evans, Please include a summary of current academic research activities and interests (two sides of A4 maximum)

College Fellows enjoy honorary membership of the Senior Common Room while resident and are expected to take an active part in the life of the College, particularly through informal contacts with senior and junior members. It is hoped that Fellows will dine regularly on formal occasions.

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