The Stuart Hall Foundation is delighted to continue its collaboration with the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (IASH) and RACE.ED, announcing a 2024-2025 Fellowship at the University of Edinburgh.
Applications are invited for the RACE.ED Stuart Hall Foundation Fellowship from postdoctoral scholars working in any area of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. While applicants are not required to be limited solely to focusing on the work of Stuart Hall, the proposal should display a meaningful engagement with his wide-ranging repertoire, either in theory, method or topic.
The RACE.ED Stuart Hall Foundation Fellowship offers a visit to the University of Edinburgh of up to 10 months for postdoctoral scholars working in any area of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, along with a bursary of £1,500 per month.
Applications close on 26 April 2024, and full details can be found here: https://www.iash.ed.ac.uk/raceed-stuart-hall-foundation-fellowship
RACE.ED is a cross-university network concerned with race, racialization and decolonial studies from a multidisciplinary perspective. Working across different traditions of thought, research, and teaching commitments, RACE.ED is made up of more than one hundred colleagues across the three colleges of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, Medicine and Veterinary Medicine, and Science and Engineering at the University of Edinburgh.
Based in Edinburgh, IASH helps scholars to take the humanities beyond campus to engage the public and work with organisations in a variety of sectors. The Institute hosts a lively scholarly community of visiting fellows and is a supportive environment for postdoctoral researchers, while also offering networking opportunities with successful mid-career and eminent senior scholars.