Due Date: January 15, 2019
Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts welcomes applications for a two-year, non-renewable Florence Kay Postdoctoral Fellowship at the rank of Speaker in African and African Diaspora Art, starting in the Fall2019 They invite a range of disciplinary and interdisciplinary point of views on African and African Diaspora Art History.
The fellow will pursue their own research study and writing and teach 2 courses (one per term) while taking part in and adding to the abundant intellectual life of the Brandeis neighborhood, in association with the departments of African and Afro-American Research Studies and Arts.
- The fellowship consists of an income of $58,000, plus advantages, with moving costs (around $1,500), and a research study fund of $4,000 each year.
- Candidates should have a Ph.D. in hand by the beginning of the fellowship, ideally gotten within the previous 6 years;-LRB- ************).
- Brandeis acknowledges that variety in its trainee body, personnel and professors is very important to its main objective of supplying a quality education. The search committee is for that reason especially thinking about prospects who, through their research study, mentor and/or service experiences, will increase Brandeis’ credibility for scholastic quality and much better prepare its trainees for a pluralistic society;-LRB- ************).
- Brandeis University is a level playing field company, dedicated to constructing a culturally varied intellectual neighborhood, and highly motivates applications from ladies and minority prospects.
Please consist of the list below products for a total application:
- Cover Letter
- Sample curriculum
- Composing sample of no greater than 25 pages
- 3 Referral Letters
For more details, see Florence Kay Postdoctoral Fellowship