Please see below for more information on a two-week visiting research fellowship at the University of Sheffield.
Visiting Research Fellowship, in conjunction with the Leverhulme network project on ‘Idealism and Pragmatism: Convergence or Contestation?’
Applications are invited for a two-week visiting research fellowship at the Department of Philosophy, University of Sheffield. The fellowship is funded as part of the Leverhulme network project on ‘Idealism and Pragmatism’, and is to be held around the period of the first workshop, 25th-26th October 2013.The fellowship will cover travel, subsistence and accommodation for a two-week period. The fellow will be expected to attend the workshop, and also to present their work at some point during their stay.
The successful applicant should have completed their PhD by the time of the fellowship, and should have a demonstrable interest in the themes of the project.
Applications from both junior and senior scholars in the field are equally welcome.To apply, please send (1) a CV (2) a writing sample (3) a short statement of how your work relates to the themes of the project (no more than 1000 words). If possible, please submit this material electronically to the project administrator, Kim Redgrave <firstname.lastname@example.org> by 4.00pm on Monday 20th May 2013. If electronic submission is not possible, please contact Ms Redgrave for further instructions.
For any academic queries, please contact Robert Stern <email@example.com>
For further details of the project, see: http://idealismandpragmatism.org/events
For details of the 2013 Sheffield workshop, see: http://idealismandpragmatism.org/workshop-2013
For details of the Sheffield University Philosophy department, see: http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/philosophy