[Blueboard] Erasmus Institute Fellowship Program

Editha Sablan esablan at ateneo.edu
Thu Jan 15 15:25:16 PHT 2004

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  The Erasmus Institute announces the availability of its residential fellowship program and summer seminars:


  At the core of the Erasmus Institute's work is its residential fellowship program that annually brings nine fellows to its center on the campus of the University of Notre Dame. While the Erasmus Fellows work in a wide array of disciplines, the projects they pursue at the Institute have in common a regard for the scholarly resources available within Catholic intellectual traditions and those of the other Abrahamic faiths.

  The Erasmus Institute offers four types of stipendiary, residential fellowships:

  ·       Carey Senior Fellowships (for tenured faculty; stipends vary according to the fellow's 2003-04 salary at time of application)
  ·       Junior Fellowships 
          (for untenured faculty holding regular appointments; stipends vary according to the fellow's 2003-04 salary at time of application)
  ·       Postdoctoral Fellowships (for recent Ph.D. recipients who do not hold regular faculty appointments; $35,000 stipend)
  ·       Dissertation Fellowships (for advanced graduate students completing the dissertation; $16,000 stipend)

  The Institute also welcomes applications for appointments as non-stipendiary residential fellows from scholars with funding from other sources.

  Application deadline: January 30, 2004


  The Erasmus Institute sponsors seminars each summer for scholars seeking to enrich their research by engaging it with the intellectual traditions associated with Catholicism or those of other Christian traditions and the Abrahamic religions more generally. One seminar is directed to faculty members at any rank,  two others are designed both for advanced graduate students writing their dissertations and postdoctoral scholars revising a dissertation for publication. In Summer 2004, the following seminars will be offered on the attractive campus of the University of Portland, Oregon:

  Faculty Seminar
   June 5 - 19, 2004
  ·Justice: Philosophical and Theological Perspectives
  led by Nicholas Wolterstorff, Noah Porter Professor Emeritus of Philosophical Theology, Yale University

  Graduate Seminars
  June 5 - June 23, 2004
  ·The Cultural Context of Environmental Issues: Past, Present, Future
  led by Christopher Hamlin, Professor of History, University of Notre Dame 
  and Steven A. Kolmes, Rev. John Molter, C.S.C., Chair in Science, University of Portland

  ·Ethics and International Relations:  The Role of Values and Beliefs in World Politics
  led by Sohail H. Hashmi, Associate Professor of International Relations, Mount Holyoke College

  Application deadline: February 17, 2004

  For further information and application materials, please visit website at:


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