Durham University Institute of Advanced Study

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Launch of the IAS 2014-15 Fellowship

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The 2014-15 IAS Fellowship Scheme is now open to recruitment. The deadline for applications is 09 June 2013.
The theme for 2014-15, for which applications will be invited, is ‘Emergence’, interpreted in its broadest sense to be of potential interest to those working in a wide range of disciplines.

IAS Fellowships are available for a 3-month period between October 2014 and March 2015. Applications are considered from mid-late career scholars and non-academics who have an established international reputation, have shaped their field, and can provide evidence of research leadership and/or public impact. They are expected to have played a significant role in shaping their field through their outputs, achievements and markers of esteem. Applications are also considered from early-mid career individuals who have an emerging international reputation and are beginning to shape the agenda in their field. However, please note that these Fellowships are not available to undergraduate or postgraduate students. The fellowships will be offered to those whose research complements the 2014-15 annual theme.
The IAS seeks to develop a truly global perspective by ensuring that its fellows are recruited from all over the world. Up to 20 IAS Fellowships are available in 2014-15 and Durham academics are welcome to apply.

For further details of the Emergence theme, please visit: http://www.dur.ac.uk/ias/themes/emergence/

For further details about the 2014-15 IAS Fellowships, please visit: http://www.dur.ac.uk/ias/fellows/furtherparticulars/

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