Christ’s College, University of Cambridge, invites applications for a stipendiary Junior Research Fellowship. The Fellowship will normally be tenable for four years from not later than 1st October 2016 and is not renewable.
This year a stipendiary JRF is open to those whose research is principally in one or more of the following subject areas:
- Asian & Middle Eastern Studies
- History of Art
- History & Philosophy of Science
- Land Economy
- Modern & Medieval Languages
Applications are invited from candidates who hold a first degree, or a higher degree or who are studying for a higher degree. Candidates are advised that a Junior Research Fellowship is intended for a researcher early in their career and offers an opportunity to carry out novel research in a stimulating academic environment.
A successful applicant is expected to be either a graduate student, probably in the latter stages of research leading to a PhD Degree (or equivalent), or a post-doctoral researcher who has completed their PhD Degree after 1 January 2015. Candidates who do not fulfill these criteria are unlikely to be considered.
Candidates should not hold or have held a stipendiary research fellowship at another Oxford or Cambridge college.