Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence: 2024 Visiting Fellowship

Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence: 2024 Visiting Fellowship
Wednesday 8 May 2024

Application due date extended: 31 July 2024

The Centre of Excellence focuses on advancing the understanding of challenges and opportunities for intersectional leadership in European and Australian societies and, specifically, within political institutions. Its principal objective is to explore and understand how the intersections of race, gender, migration and ethnicity produce a new type of leadership particularly important in times of political instability and increased challenges to social cohesion.

We are seeking a Visiting Fellow to undertake research within this broad theme. Ideally, this work will be undertaken between 1 October 2024 and 30 November 2024. The Visiting Fellow will be required to present their research in the form of a masterclass or a lecture, and a briefing paper. The research could also be developed into academic publications. The Visiting Fellow will be expected to participate in the project activities during the rime of their appointment. The call is open to scholars and professionals working in various disciplines and across disciplines, including gender studies, leadership studies, migration and border studies.

The Visiting Fellow will receive up to 4,000 Euros towards airfares, accommodation and living expenses. Payment is dependent on the period of stay at ANUCES and distance travelled.

How to apply
Complete the Application Form (available below) and email it to with your CV, a statement addressing the Selection Criteria (max. 500 words) and your proposed project and publications for this Fellowship.

Selection Criteria

  • high-level analytical skills;
  • good clear writing skills, especially in communicating complex issues;
  • thorough knowledge of issues related to any aspect of the topic;
  • ability to participate in an interdisciplinary research environment;
  • ability to complete a project within a defined short time frame



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