The 2022-2023 scheme will provide for one position with funding for six months during the 2022-2023 academic year (between 1 October 2022 and 30 June 2023).
What the Institute Offers
The Fellow will have access to shared office/research space (incl. PCs) within Senate House in the Bloomsbury area of central London, and reasonable usage of stationery, printing, postage and photocopying facilities for research-related purposes. The Fellow will also receive a SAS email account and a library card giving borrowing rights in Senate House Libraries that includes access to the Caribbean and Latin American collections, including the assistance of a dedicated librarian. Access can usually be arranged to other libraries within the University, such as SOAS, UCL, LSE and KCL.
What Visiting Fellows Do
Fellows are required to maintain an active presence at CLACS (Senate House, Malet Street, London) for the duration of the Fellowship, to pursue research in the Humanities pertaining to the work of the Centre, and contribute to the extension of the Centre's mission to promote and facilitate research in Latin American Studies, including the Caribbean, nationally and internationally. They should take the lead in convening academic events and conferences, present research findings at conferences and seminars, and prepare articles for publication in journals or edited volumes, and monographs. In addition, Fellows should contribute an article to the in-house blog Latin American Diaries, work-in-progress or unpublished material to the School of Advanced Study's online research repository SAS-Space. For a full list of responsibilities, please refer to the Call for Applications.
Living accommodation is not provided and Fellows should make their own arrangements. A list of hotels and guest houses is on our website, and the University of London Accommodation office may also be able to assist.
A payment of GBP 2,000 per calendar month is offered to the successful candidate as a contribution towards travel and accommodation costs. Payment will be made in two instalments, at commencement of and mid-way through the Fellowship.
Selected Fellows who do not have the right to reside and/or work in the UK will require a visa and must ascertain which category of visa is most suitable. Details of visa categories can be found on the UKVI website here. The University of London is licensed to issue certificates of sponsorship for Tier 5 Government Authorised Exchange (GAE) visas. Further details of this category of visa are available on the UKVI website here. If applicants require entry under a Tier 5 GAE visa, they should make this known on the application form. Please note that successful applicants will be required to submit a Certificate of Sponsorship (COS) application, along with copies of their passport and necessary qualifications, to the School, in order for the COS application to be made. Once the certificate has been granted, the applicant can then use this to apply for their visa via the relevant local UK consulate.