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Plumer Visiting Fellowship (1–3 months) in Early Modern English Literature, Oxford

Tuesday, August 21, 2018   (0 Comments)

St Anne’s College, Oxford welcomes applications for a new Plumer Visiting Fellowship in Early Modern English Literature, to be established in perpetuity. The Plumer Fellowship is a non-stipendiary research position designed for established academics (of any nationality and institution) who wish to be temporarily resident in Oxford. The fellowship is available at any time of year, though would preferably be taken up during an Oxford term, and can last anywhere from 1-3 months. The Fellowship carries no responsibilities beyond giving one lecture in college during the duration of residence.

While the fellowship carries no stipend, the college will provide five lunches and/or dinners per week, full free use of the University of Oxford’s libraries, shared office space, Senior Common Room membership (free tea and coffee, newspapers, journals), and free printing and photocopying facilities. Fellows will also be invited to attend formal college dinners and early modern seminars and lectures around the university. In addition, the college can sometimes provide accommodation at a substantially below-market rent. Fellows are asked to be resident in Oxford for the majority of their time in post.

Applications for the Fellowship are brief and easy; they consist of a CV and a short statement detailing the research the candidate wishes to undertake while in Oxford. Applications are now open for fellowships starting in or after January 2019. In the first instance, could interested parties please contact Dr Robert Stagg (robert.stagg@st-annes.ox.ac.uk) to discuss a possible application?


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