CeMoRe has a long tradition of welcoming scholars from all over the world; indeed, this has been integral to the Centre’s own growth and development since the early 2000s.
Unfortunately we have no funded Fellowships available for the forthcoming academic year (2020/21) and travel is, of course, likely to be more difficult for a while longer yet due to the pandemic.
However, our doors remain open to self-funded Visiting Scholars – including those in receipt of funding from other institutions/grant awarding bodies – when travel does becomes possible again. The CeMoRe Director is always happy to write letters of invitation to support such visits.
Self-funded Visiting Scholars are required to pay a bench fee of £100 per week for the duration of their stay, in return for which they are provided with accommodation in a shared office in the Sociology Department (close to the CeMoRe offices) and access to the Library. Guest rooms are available on campus or visitors may prefer to rent air bnb accommodation in town. While there are no formal requirements attached to the scholarships all visitors are invited to present a paper at a seminar held in their honour. If several Visiting Scholars are here at one time (as is often the case) we may organise a larger event with several speakers. There will also be plenty of opportunity to socialise informally with CeMoRe and other Lancaster colleagues via the Reading Group and lunch and dinner meetings. We very much enjoy having visitors from all over the world at CeMoRe and will do all we can to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.
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.
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Fellows and Visiting Scholars 2019-2020
Fellows and Visiting Scholars 2018-2019
- Thiago Allis (John Urry Fellow) Sao Paulo University, Brazil
- Earvin Cabalquinto Deakin University, Australia
- Margherita Cisani University of Padova, Italy
- Yulia Golovanova Tyumen University, Russia
- Andrea Victoria Hernandez Bueno Aalborg University, Denmark
- Merlin Rehema Turku University, Finland
- Ragnhild Dahl Wilkstrom, University of Oslo, Norway
- Wescley Xavier Federal University of Viçosa, Brazil
- Jie Zhang Hainan Normal University, China
Cemore Fellows and visitors in previous years
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
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The John Urry fellowship 2017-2018 was awarded to:
Professor Gillian Youngs
John Urry Fellow