Value & Duration: $45,000 (incl. 0.5 FCE of teaching, ideally in a First Year Foundations seminar) / year for a maximum of two years
Successful applicants will be determined by a committee organized by the Vice-Dean Research & Infrastructure.
The Arts & Science / Max Planck Institute for Religious & Ethnic Diversity Postdoctoral Fellowships (MPI-MMG PDF) are designed to provide advanced training to outstanding recent doctoral students working at the intersection of ethics, law, religion, and politics in relation to questions of citizenship, migration and diversity. The goal of the program is to build networks among emerging scholars working at the intersection of ethics, law, religion, and politics in relation to questions of citizenship, migration and diversity. Applicants must secure sponsorship of a supervisor, or supervisors, from the professoriate within the Faculty of Arts & Science.
For a complete program overview, as well as the relevant application forms, please visit the program website, here.
Departmental Deadline: November 15, 2019