New York University — NYU Center for the Humanities Diversity Postdoctoral Fellowship for 2017-2018
Filed in Fellowships on September 16, 2016
New York University and the NYU Center for the Humanities are committed to research and education that address all facets of the human experience. NYU and the Center recognize the value of a diverse community in supporting an intellectually challenging and inclusive environment. To this end, the University actively recruits, supports, and trains scholars and students from a diverse range of backgrounds. With support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Center seeks to appoint one Assistant Professor/Faculty Fellow to diversify the field of scholars in the next generation.
To be eligible for the program, applicants must have: Completed their dissertation in a humanities discipline within the last three years; or be professionals transitioning to academic careers (for those in fields for which the doctorate is not the terminal degree).
The NYU Center for the Humanities will award one in-residence fellowship in 2017. Appointment is not tenure eligible and will be for one year beginning September 2017 and ending May 2018. The Fellow will design and teach a variation of the Center’s key undergraduate seminar, On Being Human, under the mentorship of a senior faculty member assigned by the Center. Teaching at another institution and outside employment during the fellowship is prohibited.
COMPENSATION AND ALLOWANCES
The Fellow will be appointed as “Assistant Professor/Faculty Fellow” and will receive a $60,000 nine-month salary and a research allowance for travel. Such compensation will be subject to appropriate taxation. The University will also provide a benefits package, including medical and dental coverage.
Required application materials include:
- A cover letter;
- A statement of research, fellowship goals, and identification of one or more academic departments or faculty mentors, that would represent a good fit for the proposed fellowship (4-5 pages maximum);
- A personal statement detailing the reasons for applying for the fellowship (2-3 pages maximum);
- A full curriculum vitae;
- Three letters of reference; and
- One of the following: a dissertation abstract (postdoctoral applicants); or a statement of how his or her professional experience prepares him or her for a faculty position (professionals)
Incomplete submissions will not be considered.
Fellowship recipients must provide proof of authorization to work in the United States. NYU does not sponsor visa for this Fellowship.
All application materials, including letters of reference, must be received by November 14, 2016.
Awards will be announced on or about February 27, 2017.
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