CIBR has been pleased to welcome both early career researchers and eminent scholars as visiting fellows.
CIBR provides places for a maximum of two Visiting Fellows per year. Fellows may either be senior scholars or have post-doctoral or advanced doctoral status. Fellows will be expected to give one CIBR seminar while at Queen’s, contribute one Working Paper to the CIBR series, and lodge hard copies of their ‘borders-related’ publications in the CIBR archive. If appropriate, and mutually agreeable, Fellows may contribute to CIBR’s research programme. Visiting Fellows will be provided with a workspace, library facilities and a networked computer.
Fellows will need to arrange their own travel and residential accommodation. CIBR Visiting Fellows have normally been sponsored by their national governments, but funding for travel and subsistence may also be sought from the major research councils.
Applications consisting of a brief statement (single A4 sheet) of work to be undertaken while a CIBR Research Fellow, a CV, and one piece of written work should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org.