Cemore has an established tradition of offering fellowships to scholars external to the university. In recent years, it has been able to fund Cemore Fellowships (each of up to £2,000). We are delighted to now also administer the John Urry Fellowship which is located in the Department of Sociology, where John was based for all of his working life. Details of the events they organised and pieces of writing about their research and visits are also available here and below.
Calls for our John Urry applications are now closed for 2018-19 as we have awarded the fellowship to Thiago Allis, assistant professor at the School of Arts, Sciences and Humanities (EACH), at University of São Paulo, Brazil. We also welcome self-funded visitors at any time of the year. Visitors incur a bench fee of currently £200 per month for library access, office space and use of services and facilities. For information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The call for 2019-20 will open later in 2019. Please see here for application details.
The call for 2018-19 will open soon after the start of 2019. Please message email@example.com for more details.
We also welcome self-funded visiting scholars all year round. Please message firstname.lastname@example.org to introduce yourself, give a brief summary of your work and explain your intended reasons and aims for visiting us to see how we can best accommodate your stay.
See the work of our Cemore Visiting Fellows 2017-2018:
Fellows and Visiting Scholars 2018-2019
Previous Cemore Fellows
Rachel Aldred, Tarini Bedi, David Bissell, Owen Chapman, Cathy Coleborne, Katarina Damjanov, Chris Donaldson, Jill Ebrey, Martin Emanuel, Tricia Flanagan, Bradley Garrett, Ole B Jensen, Jamie O’Brien, Nikki Pugh, Robin Smith, Kai Syng Tan, Cristina Temenos, Holly Thorpe, Gillian Youngs,
The John Urry fellowship 2018-2019 has been awarded to:
Professor Thiago Allis
John Urry Fellow
View Thiago’s Page Here>>
The John Urry fellowship 2017-2018 was awarded to:
Professor Gillian Youngs
John Urry Fellow