The Margaret Anstee Centre for Global Studies was founded in 2018 at Newnham College through a legacy from Dame Margaret Anstee, a graduate of the College, and the first woman Under-Secretary General of the United Nations.
It promotes research into economic and social development and/or international relations, in or relating to the Global South. The Centre also hosts the Archives of the Disappeared, an interdisciplinary initiative that addresses the challenges of research, documentation, and evidence collection in the study of communities, social movements, life-worlds and cultures that have been destroyed through acts of large-scale violence.
Applications are invited for a Visiting Fellowship at the Margaret Anstee Centre. The Visiting Fellowship is for early to mid-career women with a postdoctoral or Faculty position in a Caribbean or Latin American University, who are conducting research in areas broadly related to economic and social development and/or international relations.
The Fellowship will extend over one year from January to December 2024, and include a research grant to support the costs of a four to eight week residency at the Margaret Anstee Centre.
Applications will close on Friday 29 September 2023 at 23:59 UK local time.
For further information and details of how to apply: https://newn.cam.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2023/08/MAC-Visiting-Fellowship-App-Info.pdf