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The New Islamic Public Spheres Programme invites applications from scholars and practitioners of Middle Eastern media working within any of the Programme's areas of interest.
Deadline for application: 1 April.
Visiting Fellows will spend between two-three weeks at the Programme working on a research project. In addition, candidates are encouraged to suggest specific activities while at the Programme such as giving a lecture, organising a research seminar, or co-authoring a scientific article with one of the Programme's permanent researchers which can be finalized after the fellow has returned home.
Applications are considered in three categories: PhD fellows, visiting researchers, and Middle Eastern media personnel. Applications from students and scholars not holding a PhD degree will only be considered if they are enrolled in a PhD programme.
The Fellowship includes transportation to and from Copenhagen, and carries a research stipend commensurate with professional experience and length of the Fellowship. The Fellow is entitled to use the libraries of Copenhagen University, and will be given office space with the Programme in the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies. Partial funding is welcomed but not essential.
Applications including an introduction letter, a short research proposal, a curriculum vitae, and if pertinent a letter of recommendation should be sent by email to
Charlott Hoffmann Jensen
Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies
DK-2300 København S