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How to apply
Applicants should submit a CV and a brief summary of what they propose to work on during their time at Durham (maximum one side of A4). They must demonstrate how their proposed research complements or ties in with existing IMEMS research strands, or the research of individual members of the Institute. Proposals for projects involving Durham staff or postgraduate students and those which are interdisciplinary in nature are particularly welcome. Proposals for research using primary source material in the collections held in Palace Green Library, Durham Cathedral Library and Ushaw College Library are also encouraged.
When applying, please indicate which term(s) you are available for during the academic year 2021/22. Please offer as much flexibility as possible and note that the timing of the Fellowship is subject to accommodation being available within the College. Please also note that whilst we may be able to offer a room with a double bed in College, we cannot offer family accommodation; this would have to be sought privately, by the Fellow, if desired.
The closing date for receipt of applications is midnight (UK time) Sunday, 9 May 2021. Please submit your application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies: www.dur.ac.uk/imems/
- University College: www.dur.ac.uk/university.college/
- Research Collections in the Durham area: www.dur.ac.uk/imems/researchcollections/
- Informal enquires about research projects may be directed to Professor Stephen Taylor, Director of IMEMS: email@example.com
Informal enquires about University College and the provisions of the Fellowship should be directed to Dr Ellen Crabtree, Vice-Principal of University College: firstname.lastname@example.org