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RAI Fellowship in Urgent Anthropology at Royal Anthropological Institute, 2012 UK

Fellowship in the field of Urgent Anthropology for international students at Royal Anthropological Institute, 2012 UK

Study Subject(s):Urgent Anthropology
Course Level:Fellowship
Scholarship Provider: Fund for Urgent Anthropological Research (Founding Sponsor Dr George N. Appell)
Award can be taken at: UK

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Eligibility:
The Fellowships are open to all, irrespective of citizenship, residence or current institutional affiliation. Applicants must either already have a doctoral qualification or equivalent in anthropology, or be nearing completion of doctoral research.

Open for International Students: Yes

Description: The Fellowship, supported by the Anthropologists’ Fund for Urgent Anthropological Research (Founding Sponsor Dr George N. Appell) is designed to facilitate ethnographic research on peoples whose culture and language are currently threatened. Such research should, as a primary aim, contribute to anthropological knowledge through detailed ethnography, and also if possible help such peoples in their particular circumstances. Goldsmiths (University of London) will host the programme for three years from 2011, during which two Fellowships will be awarded. Applications are now invited for the second of these (the sixteenth since the programme’s foundation) which will be for £36,000, inclusive of all costs except overheads to be borne by the Fund and host contribution.

How to Apply: By Post or by electronically

Application Deadline: 1st June 2012

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