2023 ANU HRC Fellowship in Australian Studies

Monday 29 August 2022

The ANU Australian Studies Institute (AuSI) is pleased to partner with the ANU Humanities Research Centre (HRC) to co-fund a Fellowship in Australian Studies (with grant), as part of the HRC 2023 Visiting Fellows Scheme.

The HRC Visiting Fellows Scheme brings scholars of international standing to Australia with the aim of provoking fresh ideas both within and beyond the academic community.

The Fellowship in Australian Studies (with grant) will support a scholar whose research intersects with the work of AuSI and this year’s nominated annual theme of the HRC, ‘Repair’.

The 2023 theme invites reflection on all aspects of ‘repair’, including the cultures, politics, experiences, practices, logistics, implications, and representation of repair as an urgent and necessary part of contemporary life across a globe beset by war, environmental degradation, poverty, and authoritarianism.

The successful fellow will receive a grant covering travel and accommodation expenses and a period of tenure at the ANU between 30 and 60 days. They will be expected to contribute to scholarly and social events across the HRC and AuSI and to build activities and connections between these areas and other parts of the College of Arts and Social Sciences.

Applicants interested in a Fellowship in Australian Studies should look at the research areas of focus identified on AuSI’s website and in their application suggest points of intersection and possible contributions.

Applications for the program are currently open, with a closing deadline of Friday 30 September 2022. For more information visit: https://hrc.cass.anu.edu.au/annual-theme-visiting-fellowships.

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