Formed in 2009, the internationally award-winning Fournier Trio has rapidly established itself as one of the leading young chamber ensembles in...
Junior Research Fellowships - General Information
Stipendiary Junior Research Fellowships
The College periodically offers stipendiary JRFs which provide a stipend (currently £14,489 p.a. + any percentage increase in academic salaries that may come into effect) plus Common Table (currently £35.00 per week for own meals taken in Hall). Basic single accommodation in College will be offered without charge for the duration of the Fellowship; if upgraded double or family accommodation is required, a charge will be made equal to the difference in rents. If the Fellow elects not to live in College accommodation, a housing allowance will be paid equivalent to the current rent of a single room in College. Fellows are permitted to undertake up to six hours' teaching per week. the Fellowship will not normally be tenable with another stipendiary position: if, exceptionally, the Fellowship is awarded to a person holding such a position, some adjustment in the stipend may be made. The Fellow will normally be required to reside within 12 miles of the centre of Oxford. Any election made will be subject to the granting of a Work Permit, if applicable.
Candidates should have had at least three years relevant postgraduate experience by commencement of the Fellowship, and in the case of postdoctoral applicants, no more than three years should have elapsed since receipt of a doctorate. Exceptions will only be made for candidates whose postdoctoral academic career has been interrupted by, for example, childbirth, family commitments, illness or compulsory military service (an explanatory letter must be included if an exception is to be considered). Preference will be given to candidates who have not already held a stipendiary JRF at another college. Applications should include a curriculum vitae, a description in detail of the proposed research and the candidate's qualifications for undertaking it, and a specimen of the candidate's written work (up to 10,000 words). Full details of requirements will be given at the time each Fellowship is advertised. At any one time, the College normally supports three Fellowships in Humanities. Fellowships are for three years duration, commencing on 1 October of the year of election.
All candidates will be required to complete an application form. Candidates will be required to attend for interview in Oxford on a specified date, normally in early May (no alternative date will be offered).
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College Committee19 - 19Nov NovDesign project 2019Tuesday 19 November - 1:00pm to 1:30pm
A temporary display of the College's Design Project 2019 is available to be viewed in the Upper Common Room for members. Come and join us for an informal talk about the project on Tuesday 19 November 2019 from 13:00 to 13:30 in the UCR.Courses and Workshops19 - 19Nov NovLife-Writing Surgery with Sally Bayley and Tony GrayTuesday 19 November - 1:15pm to 4:30pm
A free afternoon workshop to help you with your life-writing project. Whether you have nearly completed your magnum opus and need some critical feedback, you are struggling to start and haven’t written a word yet, or whether you’re somewhere in the middle and want help and advice on what from your writing should take—this is the workshop for you. Sally Bayley is the author of Girl with Dove, BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week and now on the A levels syllabus.Lectures and Seminars19 - 19Nov NovThe Weinrebe Lectures in Life-Writing: Lucasta MillerTuesday 19 November - 5:30pm to 7:00pm
Biographer and critic Lucasta Miller will give this term’s lecture in memory of Harry M Weinrebe, philanthropist and founder of the Dorset Foundation. A former visiting scholar at the Oxford Centre for Life-Writing and Beaufort visiting fellow at Lady Margaret Hall, Lucasta Miller is the author of The Brontë Myth (Jonathan Cape, 2001) and L.E.L.: The Lost Life and Scandalous Death of Letitia Elizabeth Landon (Jonathan Cape, 2019), the Celebrated ‘Female Byron’.