Applications are invited from early-career researchers who are based in African institutions and wish to spend a period of ten weeks in Birmingham discussing and developing the results of their primary research.
Fellowships will cover return air-fare, accommodation and living costs for this period.
The programme will culminate in an international conference to be held at the University of Birmingham. The visiting fellows will present their papers alongside a range of established and younger participants who share their interest in this year’s theme.
Who is eligible for a Cadbury Fellowship?
Applications are invited from early-career researchers based in African institutions.
Applicants should have completed their main period of primary doctoral research and be either in the stage of writing up their dissertation or, if they have completed their dissertation, be looking to develop publications from it.
Applicants’ research should be relevant to the theme of Class and Africa, and they should be ready to discuss their findings and interpretations in a series of reading groups, seminar presentations, journal workshops and other activities over a ten-week period, before presenting their paper at the international conference. It is expected that fellows will seek to publish their paper as a journal article.
How to apply for a Cadbury Fellowship
Please email your application to Tom Penfold on email@example.com by 22 Nov. Applications are by short CV (up to three pages, including names and contact details of two referees) and covering letter (also up to three pages). In your letter please include the following information: