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PECANS Visiting Fellowships 2010-11

CentreLGS PECANS welcomes applications from early career scholars (postgraduate research students and academics up to 5 years post-PhD) wishing to visit either the CentreLGS at the University of Kent or the GSL research group at Keele University for a limited period of time (between 1 and 3 weeks and preferably between November and March) during the UK academic year of 2010-2011.

Applicants should be early career researchers with a strong interest in critical, interdisciplinary, theoretically engaged and policy relevant research relating to law, gender and sexuality (broadly defined).

Applications must be submitted to d.alessandrini@kent.ac.uk by 31 August 2010. The committee will make a decision by the 30 September 2010 and visits can take place from November 2010. Limited amounts of financial support are available to facilitate visits from outside the UK, and will be allocated on the basis of need.

More information about the Scheme is available on the PECANS website at http://www.clgs-pecans.org.uk/fellowships.php

Prior to submitting an application, prospective applicants are welcome to contact either Donatella Alessandrini (d.alessandrini@kent.ac.uk) or Rosie Harding (r.harding@law.keele.ac.uk) for informal advice on their proposed application. Further information about the research interests of CentreLGS members at both Keele and Kent can be found on the relevant departmental websites.

Please distribute widely and also remember to let new research students and new early career scholars in your institution know about PECANS.

PECANS: an international network of postgraduate and early career academics in Law, Gender and Sexuality.

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