Visiting Scholars are faculty and independent scholars from outside NYU who are resident at the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality for a limited time to conduct research. Unfortunately, we are no longer able to accept applications from doctoral students.
CSGS Visiting Scholars are required to spend at least one semester at NYU. Due to space and administrative needs, beginning with the 2012-13 academic year we will be instituting a maximum number of three Visiting Scholars per semester and a maximum appointment of one calendar year.
NYU’s location in the heart of Greenwich Village and its library collections and other research resources offer unique opportunities for research. The faculty at NYU offers a dazzling array of colleagues with whom to collaborate.
At present, we can offer limited office space to Visiting Scholars, including access to fax, copier, computer and internet. Library access and borrowing privileges are provided.
We are unable to provide financial or housing assistance; Visiting Scholars are expected to have their own funding and to secure their own housing arrangements.
Visiting Scholars are expected to participate in the life of the Center by attending CSGS events, including regularly scheduled lunch talks in which Visiting Scholars may be asked to present current research projects. There are also opportunities for Visiting Scholars to meet as a group to discuss their research.
We are no longer able to accept Visiting Scholar applications for the 2013-14 academic year, and we are not accepting applications for the 2014-15 academic year. We apologize for the inconvenience.
For a list of current Visiting Scholars, click here.
For a list of past Visiting Scholars, click here.