The Manchester Wesley Research Centre is currently accepting applications for 4 fellowships.
1) The MWRC Post-doctoral Research Fellowship. Post-doctoral Fellows are scholars who have completed a doctoral degree (normally within the past five years), conduct advanced research in Manchester, England, and provide administrative support to the MWRC during the time of their fellowship. The fellowship is usually for six months and comes with free accommodation at Nazarene Theological College and a £55 per week stipend. Applications are being accepted until 1 December 2017. Full details can be found at: http://www.mwrc.ac.uk/post-doctoral-fellows/
2) The MWRC Sabbatical Fellowship. This new Sabbatical Fellowship is for pastors, laypeople, and missionaries based in the UK or abroad. The aim of the fellowship is to provide time and space for research and theological reflection on the Methodist, Wesleyan, and Evangelical traditions. The fellowship recipient will be provided with accommodation for 2 to 3 weeks at Nazarene Theological College. Applications are being accepted until 31 January 2018. Full details can be found at: http://www.mwrc.ac.uk/sabbatical-fellows/
3) John Rylands Research Institute-MWRC Joint Visiting Research Fellowship. This six week fellowship is available to a visiting academic who wishes to undertake research based on the internationally renowned Methodist Archives held at the John Rylands Library, the MWRC, and the Nazarene Theological College library. Fellows will receive accommodation at Nazarene Theological College, a stipend of £80 per week, a dedicated workspace at the John Rylands Library, and access to expert curatorial and grant-writing support. Applications are being accepted until 15 January 2018. Full details can be found at: http://www.mwrc.ac.uk/visiting-fellows/
Alex Parrish, Postgraduate Assistant