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FW: Visiting Fellow in Comparative Religion in Cambridge

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David Green <[log in to unmask]>

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Society for The Academic Study of Magic <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 13 Dec 2010 13:42:04 +0000

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SPALDING TRUST VISITING FELLOWSHIP IN COMPARATIVE RELIGION 

http://www.clarehall.cam.ac.uk/index.php?id=641

The Governing Body of Clare Hall proposes to elect a stipendiary Visiting 
Fellow in Comparative Religion for a period of one year from 1 October 
2011 or an agreed date thereafter. There are no restrictions on age, sex, 
or previous standing for this Fellowship, except that those who have 
previously held College Visiting Fellowships, or Research Fellowships in 
Oxford or Cambridge are not eligible. At the close of their tenure, 
Fellows normally become Life Members of the College. 

The Trust aims to promote a better understanding between the great 
cultures of the world by encouraging the study of the religious principles 
on which they are based.

The College and the Trust may give preference to candidates who are at a 
fairly early stage of their careers. However, in certain circumstances the 
College and the Trust might be willing to appoint a scholar of longer 
seniority who already holds an academic post and is thus in receipt of 
regular support. The Fellow will normally be provided with a stipend of 
15,000 and an allowance of College commons. Accommodation may be provided 
at normal rental cost.

The College and the Trust expect the Fellow to contribute to a deeper 
understanding of at least one of the world.s great religions provided that 
the candidate is not working exclusively in his or her own religion, both 
in the academic community of Cambridge and among more general audiences. 
The manner of such a contribution, whether by public lecture, seminar, or 
supervision of students, will be subject to discussion with the College 
and the Trust, who are both anxious that the Fellow will use the 
opportunities provided by the Fellowship to full advantage, to support the 
work of the University and the College, to further the aims of the Trust, 
and to pursue research within the field of religious studies. On 
completion of the Fellowship the Fellow will be asked to submit a short 
report on work accomplished.

Applicants are asked to send, with their letter of application, six copies 
of the following documents:

  * a curriculum vitae
  * a proposal, in not more than 1,000 words, indicating how they would 
fulfil the aims of the Fellowship
  * the names of three scholars who are prepared to act as referees.

The College will not itself seek references from scholars; applicants are 
themselves responsible for asking for letters of recommendation to be sent 
directly to Dr Michael Loewe, Clare Hall, Herschel Road, Cambridge, CB3 
9AL. The closing date for applications is 31 January 2011. Candidates may 
be called for interview.

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