Application Deadline: 9 December 2016.
The Cadbury Fellowship Program for 2017 will be sorted out around the topic of Marriage in Africa. It is assembled to pay tribute to Lynne Brydon and marks her commitment to the foundation of sex studies in Africa.
The Department of African Studies and Anthropology has run a yearly Cadbury inquire about program for the since 2002. The program contains three components. Having chosen its exploration subject for the year, the division opens a call for going to partnership applications, and chooses early vocation researchers who are ordinarily situated in African foundations.
Qualification for a Cadbury cooperation
Cadbury cooperation are searching for early-profession researchers whose examination would profit by a private partnership of roughly six weeks at the University of Birmingham.
Candidates must be situated in an African foundation.
They ought to be in the early phases of their scholarly vocations (that is, they ought to have
finished a PhD inside the most recent four years, or now be near finishing one) and they should exhibit that their exploration is significant to the topic laid out above.
Advantages of a Cadbury partnership
Partnerships will cover return air-passage, convenience and living expenses for a time of six weeks.
The Cadbury colleagues will have sufficient energy to utilize the University’s fantastic library assets, talk about their work with scholarly staff and postgraduate understudies at DASA, and add to the scholarly existence of the office by taking an interest in the various occasions that will be sorted out here amid the time of the associations.
Timing of the Cadbury cooperations for 2017
The cooperation program will start on 24 April 2017 and complete on 4 June 2017.
The two-day global meeting is planned for 1 and 2 June 2017.How to apply for a Cadbury partnership
On the off chance that you might want to be considered for the 2017 plan, please send your application by email to Dr Kate Skinner on firstname.lastname@example.org by 9 December 2016.
In your email, please let us know how you found out about this program and affirm that you will have the capacity to come to Birmingham for the association time frame 24 April 2017 to 4 June 2017.
Joined to your email ought to be two archives:
1. An examination extend portrayal of 1500 words, depicting:
a) the examination that you have officially done,
b) the particular viewpoint that you look to create amid the association, and
c) how this identifies with the subject of Marriage in Africa.
2. A short CV (not more than 3 pages) including the names of two refs.
For More Information:
Visit the Official Webpage of the Cadbury Research Fellowship Scheme 2017