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Call for Applications - 2023 Helen E. Graham Visiting Fellow
The Helen E. Graham Visiting Fellow will be an early or mid-career scholar who is engaged in thematically or methodologically innovative work in the area of 19th and/or 20th Century European History (as defined broadly). The Graham Visiting Fellow will be invited to spend from ten to twenty days in Toronto pursuing their own research, offering a public lecture, informal talks, directing one or more Master classes, and speaking to undergraduate classes and graduate seminars, as appropriate.
Time of Fellowship:
The Fellowship will normally be taken up during the Winter academic term between January and April, when classes are in session.
Terms of the Fellowship:
The Department of History will provide up to C$ 3,000 for the successful applicant’s expenses, including airfare, reimbursement for accommodation, and a per diem for meals. An honorarium of C$ 1,000 is also provided. A faculty member from the Department of History will serve as liaison with the Graham Fellow, providing assistance within the department and offering networking opportunities with other academic units.
Applicants should prepare a letter of interest, and enclose with it a short curriculum vitae of maximum six pages, to be submitted by Friday, November 18, 2022.
The applicant should indicate in the letter what he/she might present for a public lecture, and what type of workshop, Master class, or course-related events might be offered during the tenure of the Fellowship.
The applications will be adjudicated initially by the History Department’s Intellectual Community Committee. A ranked list of three applicants will be submitted to the Department’s Policy Committee for final approval. The Chair of History will notify the successful candidate by mid-December 2022.