14th Jan 2022 by Simon Mabon
In 2022 SEPAD plans to add 2 Fellows to its team for a period of 6 months. During this period, SEPAD expects the successful applicant to do the following:
- Organise a workshop and produce a report on a theme of their choosing relevant to SEPAD's areas of interest
- Attend weekly work in progress meetings to provide feedback to other SEPAD Fellows and to also present their own work
- Participate in conferences/workshops as a SEPAD Fellow, where relevant
- Write 3 short briefs for publication on the SEPAD website
In return, the successful candidate will gain intimate access to a large and growing network of internationally recognised scholars of Middle Eastern states and societies, work closely with project staff, and have the opportunity to test ideas in the internal work in progress seminar series.
SEPAD will fund the successful candidate's workshop activities and provide access to research and logistical support where appropriate.
We are looking for scholars with an emerging track record of excellence in the field - broadly - of Middle East Studies. The successful candidate will:
- Hold a PhD or be close to completion
- Be able to work collaboratively
- Have a robust research agenda in Middle East Studies
Please note that this is a non-resident and unpaid fellowship to be undertaken remotely, designed to help with professional development and networking.
To apply, please submit a condensed CV of no more than 4 pages and a 1-page proposal for an academic workshop presentation on a topic in Middle East Studies to S.Mabon@Lancaster.ac.uk by 28th February. Please do get in touch with Simon with any queries.