Visiting Fellowships

The Centre hosts three visiting fellowship programmes, the Charles Wallace India Trust Visiting Fellowship, the Charles Wallace Burma Trust Visiting Fellowship and the Dr L.M. Singhvi Visiting Fellowship.

The Charles Wallace India Trust Visiting Fellowship is offered every two years.  The next one to be advertised will be tenable in 2019-20. The Fellowship is intended for a scholar from India conducting research on any aspect of modern South Asian history and society.  It is open to post-doctoral scholars working in any discipline within this field of study.  The Fellowship is for a period of five months from October to February.  Candidates who have had financial support from the Charles Wallace India Trust in the past five years will not be eligible.  Preference is given to those in the early or mid stages of their careers and who have had little opportunity for academic experience outside India.

The Charles Wallace Burma Trust Visiting Fellowship is intended to enable a Burmese scholar to conduct research on any aspect of modern Burmese history and society, and is open to scholars working in all disciplines related to this field. The minimum qualification required for prospective candidates is a PhD.  Candidates are expected to have a good command of English.  The Fellowship is for one Cambridge Term.

The Dr L.M. Singhvi Visiting Fellowship is offered every two years.  The next will be tenable in 2018-19 and has recently been advertised.  The Fellowship is intended for a scholar from India, working in the fields of Indian society, culture or history, broadly construed.  The Fellowship is for a period of up to five months, from the beginning of a Cambridge academic term.  Preference is given to those in the early or mid stages of their careers and who have had little opportunity for academic experience outside India.  Applicants are currently under consideration and all applicants will be informed of the outcome in due course.

See also:

Smuts Visiting Research Fellowship in Commonwealth Studies

Dr D.C. Pavate Memorial Visiting Fellowship

 

 

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