Scholars wishing to conduct research on feminism are invited to apply for the Institute for feminist legal studies fellowship At York University in Toronto, Canada. Fellowship time is flexible and can vary from a month to a full academic year. The deadline is on Tuesday 15th June 2021.
The Institute for Feminist Legal Studies aims to create a community of interest for feminist faculty and students at the Law School.
The institute was established at Osgoode in the early 1990s to foster scholarship in feminism and law at Osgoode.
This fellowship supports the work of young and mid-career scholars from around the world by providing an intellectual community, physical space, academic audience for research presentations, access to York libraries, and under certain circumstances modest financial support for very specific research projects conducted during the fellowship stint.
Fellowship time is flexible and can vary from a month to a full academic year.
The deadline is on Tuesday 15th June 2021.
In addition to scholars of law and feminism, the fellowship is open to scholars from other disciplines working on feminism broadly speaking. Fellows are expected to finish or make significant progress on an existing research project toward publication during their time at Osgoode.
A CV, writing sample in English and other supporting documents are required.
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