School Visiting Fellowship

The School’s Visiting Fellowship scheme has been revised for 2013/14.  Fellowships for early career scholars (that is between eight and twelve years post-PhD or equivalent) will be awarded by the School by invitation only.

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For further information or if you have a query, please contact the School Fellowships Officer: Peter Niven
E: peter.niven@sas.ac.uk

School's Visiting Fellow 2012-13:

Selected after stiff competition from a strong field of applicants, the SAS Visiting Fellow for 2012-13 has been awarded to Professor Kimberly Coles (Associate Professor, Department of English, Center for Literary and Comparative Studies, University of Maryland). Prof Coles was based in the School between January and June and worked on her research project entitled “A Fault of Humor”: The Constitution of Belief in Early Modern England. She was affiliated with the Institute of English Studies and The Warburg Institute within the School.  

View a report from Prof Coles on her fellowship in SAS [Word]

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