Women in the Humanities is an interdisciplinary programme that aims to explore how gender and sex play out in history, art, philosophy, music, language and literature, as well as the ethics and politics of gender identity and equality in the Humanities. It seeks to promote the opportunities Oxford offers to women working in the Humanities at all career stages, as well as promoting the study of women’s lives within the Humanities at the University.
Visiting Research Fellowship
A visiting fellowship worth £1,500 is available to scholars working on women’s lives, identities and representations in the humanities (broadly defined). The fellowship will be tenable from 25 April 2016 until 21 June 2018. Applications that forge new collaborations, or significantly strengthen existing collaborations with Oxford postholders into women’s lives, experiences, and/or representation will be particularly welcome. Applications that include activities open to graduate students, such as reading groups and workshops, or those that involve teaching as well as research collaborations will also be received favourably. Fellows will be affiliated with The Oxford Research Centre for the Humanities (TORCH), are expected to reside in Oxford for the duration of the fellowship and to attend regular research seminars.
Further details about the scheme and application guidance can be found here: http://www.torch.ox.ac.uk/women-humanities-visiting-fellowship