Mellichamp Human Rights and Global Governance Fellowship

by Kaitlyn Ugoretz, Funding Peer
Wednesday, November 13, 2019 3:50 PM








OVERVIEW

The Mellichamp Global Dynamics faculty cluster is now accepting applications for Human Rights and Global Governance Graduate Research Fellowships. The program is seeking an advanced PhD student with training/interests that include one or more of these topics: nationalist authoritarianism, Asian women's movements (Taiwan, Philippines, Korea), and/or global patterns of reproductive rights regression. The Fellow will conduct research and provide publishing support for Mellichamp Professor Alison Brysk.

Fellowships provide one academic quarter of in-state tuition/fees plus a stipend of $7,500 to PhD students in the humanities and social sciences. Fellows must be in residence during Winter 2020 and log twenty hours of work per week. They must secure approval for any other on-campus employment during the fellowship quarter. In some cases, fellowships may be renewed for an additional quarter. During the award quarter the fellow is also encouraged to plan and submit a 1200-1500 word essay on their research for publication in the online journal global-e.

DEADLINE
5:00pm on November 27, 2019

AWARD
​One academic quarter of in-state tuition/fees plus a stipend of $7,500 to PhD students in the humanities and social sciences.

ELIGIBILITY
PhD students with training/interests matching any or all of the above topics. Applicants must be in residence for Winter 2020.

FURTHER DETAILS
Mellichamp Global Dynamics Call for Papers

Contact: Victor Faessel (vfaessel@ucsb.edu or 893-4690).