Conflict Research Fellowship 2018 for experienced scholars
Application Deadline- 15 April 2018
The Conflict Research Fellowship (CRF) offers yearlong support for experienced scholars (based at a university or NGO). The CRF is part of the Conflict Research Programme (CRP), a four year, UK Department of International Development funded research program based at the London School of Economics and Political Science that investigates the drivers of violent conflict in five cases: Somalia, South Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Iraq, and Syria. The program focuses on ways in which the political economy of public authority helps to explain the persistence and spread of violence. Successful fellowship candidates will need to examine how different interventions affect violent conflict and/or the risk of renewed violent conflict; analyze “what works” to counter drivers of conflict; and explore the contextual factors that affect the efficacy of such interventions, including the linkages among international, national, state, and local level dynamics.
- Candidates must be postdoctoral scholars, policy analysts, or practitioners based at a university or nongovernmental organization with at least three years of field-based experience since the completion of the PhD (or researchers with equivalent experience who have published one book or three peer-reviewed academic articles).
- Applications will be considered for the following purposes only: funding to support fieldwork, teaching buy-out at your home institution, or a visiting appointment at a US or European university.
- Research projects must focus on the core countries of the CRF: Somalia, South Sudan, DRC, Iraq, or Syria.
- Applicants must also be available to attend a preparatory workshop in New York within the first two months of their fellowship period, and a capstone workshop towards the end of the year-long fellowship.
- At the end of the fellowship period, recipients must produce an original research output that is suitable for publication in a peer-reviewed academic journal.
All applications must be uploaded through our online portal.
Do not hesitate to contact program staff at the Social Science Research Council in New York if you have further questions. Program staff may be contacted at email@example.com or by telephone at (+1) 718-517-3707.
- Completed Application Form
- Completed Proposal & Bibliography
- Two (2) Reference Letters
- Language evaluation(s) (if required)
- Updated CV
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