The Centre has an established tradition of offering fellowships to scholars external to the university. In recent years, it has been able to fund two fellowships annually. Fellows usually visit the Centre for a month, during which time they are expected to organise an event, and participate in the Centre’s general intellectual culture. The next call will be issued in July 2017.
Visiting Fellowship 2016-17 awarded to
We are very pleased to announce that the following people have been awarded 2016/17 Fellowships – many congratulations to you all. We were able to make some financial savings and so have been able to award several smaller fellowships for short stays. There was some very stiff competition with more than 30 applicants – thank you to everyone who applied and we hope you will try again next year …
Smaller Fellowships were awarded to Martin Emanuel, Uppsala; Jill Ebrey, Manchester, and Nikki Pugh, freelance artist working alongside Chris Donaldson, Lancaster. All recipients will be supported before and during their visit by members of the CeMoRe Directorate.
We look forward to working with you all …
How to Apply
The next call will open in July 2017.
To apply for the fellowship, please submit a CV with a 1 page covering letter detailing:
- how your research connects to CeMoRe;
- what you plan to do during your time in Lancaster;
- how you might build long term connections to the Centre via the fellowship.
Deadline for applications is usually in July and successful applicants will be informed by the end of August.
- Monika Buscher
- Joe Deville
- Pennie Drinkall
- James Faulconbridge
- Lynne Pearce
- David Tyfield
- Imogen Tyler
Associated departments and research centres:
Updates from our visiting Fellows
What does the turn towards design and architecture within the ‘new mobilities turn’ mean? Ole B. Jensen, Professor in the Department of Architecture, Design and Media Technology at Aalborg University, has visited us to give the talk ‘Material Mobilities...read more
How to think about disasters not as fixed events, but as temporally and spatially dependent? Eric L. Hsu, from Hawke EU Centre for Mobilities, Migrations and Cultural Transformations, the University Of South Australia, has visited Cemore for a few days this...read more
The energy generated after my visit to CeMoRe in the summer of 2016 is still swirling around me in ways that are both pleasurable and intellectually unsettling. Both states are no doubt useful, welcome, and indeed necessary accompaniments to any honest scholarship....read more
16,227 km, 26 hours, 4 trays of airplane food, 3 airports, 2 flights and 1 passport’: The time I flew to the other side of the world to talk about airports
Visiting Fellow Samantha de Wit presents her research on how gender informs a passenger’s experience of an airport space.read more
‘Mobility Point’ is a way for me to see histories of vagrancy. I am looking at what I am calling the registers of mobility in the colonial past by focusing on the figure of the vagrant.read more
Rachel Aldred (Westminster University) writes about her experience as Cemore Visiting Research Fellow.read more