new Africa Reseach Fellowship

The Africa International Affairs Programme at LSE IDEAS invites
applications for the new Africa Reseach Fellowship
Applicants should be established African scholars in the field of
international affairs and security studies sciences with experience of
research on Africa. Applicants should hold a PhD or comparable
qualifications and experience – the fellowship is not intended for
students registered for a degree or diploma, nor is it intended for senior

The Fellowship will be for a period of up to four months during the
2011-12 academic year, and will be based at IDEAS at the LSE.
The Fellow will be expected to engage in research on a topic under one of
the following themes:
- Africa’s role in global security
- Africa states and the SAARC region (includes India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka)
- African foreign and economic policies
Preference will be given to topics that focus on Africa and contemporary
international relations and security concerns of Africa and the external
The Fellowship is open to candidates from Africa (AU countries) and it is
desirable that applicants are currently employed by a higher education
institution, or working in a research capacity in Africa.
The Fellow will be expected to finish a piece of research of publishable
quality during their stay and make a presentation at a seminar or lecture
arranged by the African International Affairs Programme at LSE IDEAS.
Dr Sue Onslow
Co-Head, Africa International Affairs Programme
London School of Economics
Columbia House (2nd Floor)
London WC2A 2AE
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21.06.2011 | por martalanca | research