Opportunities and Urban Poverty
- Canning House
On the evening of 11 December, Canning House hosted the fourth event in our Opportunities series – Opportunities and Urban Poverty.
Canning House is delighted to announce a new programme of Visiting Fellowships in association with King's College London, to be initiated from 2019.
King's College London and Canning House's close relationship dates back to the latter's inception, 75 years ago. In 2012, the Library of Canning House, comprising some 54,000 volumes, was transferred to the Latin American collection at King's Library - one of the most extensive Latin American collections in the UK.
The Visiting Fellowships established by Canning House and King's will be based at King's Maughan Library, drawing on the collections housed there. The research project undertaken by the Fellow should fall within one of the following thematic areas:
Canning House and King's are now welcoming applications for the Spring 2019 and Autumn 2019 Fellowships. For more information on the Fellowship scheme and details on how to apply, please click here.
If you wish to be considered for the Fellowship, please send an outline (800 words maximum) of your proposed research, indicating its aims and outcomes, and its connection to one of the themes set out above. Please also send your CV, including the contact details of two referees. For the Fellowship commencing March 2019, the deadline is 1 December 2018, and for the Fellowship commencing in September 2019, the deadline is 1 June 2019. Applications should be sent to [email protected]
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