- British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowships
The Centre invites applications from outstanding scholars for the British Academy’s Postdoctoral Fellowships. The Academy's webpage British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowships explains the application procedure.
During their tenure, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellows are expected to complete a significant piece of publishable research.
Applicants must have:
- received their doctorate within the last three years (see the Academy’s webpage for what this entails); and
- be a UK or EEA national or, if not a UK or EEA national, have completed a doctorate at a UK university or be able to demonstrate in some other way that they have a strong association of some kind with the UK academic community.
Prospective applicants should:
- Contact a member of CMII academic staff to discuss their proposed project and the possibility of applying through the Centre. This member of staff will, if both parties agree, act as the applicant's mentor. Academic staff's contact details and their research interests can be retrieved from the CMII People webpage.
- Advised by their proposed mentor, complete a project outline on the British Academy’s online application site and, before submitting it, send it as a PDF to the Centre Director, Professor Stephanie Bird and Dr Helene Neveu-Kringelbach for preliminary consideration by 29 September.
- Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships
Prospective applicants are invited to contact in the first instance an appropriate mentor. A list of CMII staff and their research interests can be found on the CMII People page.
In consultation with a designated mentor, applicants should prepare and then submit a PDF of the complete Leverhulme application form (without the costing) to Professor Stephanie Bird and Dr Helene Neveu Kringelbach. CMII will select three applications and forward them to the UCL Arts and Humanities Faculty for their consideration. CMII will notify applicants if the Faculty of Arts and Humanities has agreed or not to support their application. Candidates whose provisional applications have been approved by the Faculty will be asked to prepare final versions of their applications under the supervision of their mentor and to submit them online via the Leverhulme Trust website.
In devising their project applicants are reminded that the Leverhulme Trust places special emphasis on:
- the originality of the project
- the significance of the project
- the ability to judge and take appropriate risk in the project
- the removal of barriers between traditional disciplines.
Further information on eligibility and the FAH procedure for Leverhulme ECFs is available on the joint Arts and Humanities and Social and Historical Sciences Faculty website.
Deadline: 9th January 2018, 5pm.
Applicants should send their complete application (costings not included) to firstname.lastname@example.org.