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julho 31, 2012


The Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies brings the best of interdisciplinary inquiry to bear on research themes relevant to contemporary societies around the world, especially democracy and human development. Drawing faculty fellows from across the University, students, and visiting scholars, the Institute promotes research, provides exceptional educational opportunities for students, and builds linkages to support the University’s strategic goals on internationalization. The Kellogg Institute creates a space where those interested in international affairs can engage—with one another and with issues crucial to human society. Known for its regional focus on Latin America, the Institute has in recent years widened its scope to include Africa, Asia, and beyond.

The Kellogg institute is offering fellowships to scholars and practitioners who conduct international research on themes of democracy and/or human development. Applicants may come from any country and typically fall into three groups: promising junior and midcareer scholars (typically postdocs and assistant or associate professors), distinguished senior scholars with an established record of scholarly excellence, accomplished policy makers, journalists, and other practitioners whose knowledge and experience can link policy and scholarship. Fellowship includes a stipend, travel expenses, medical insurance benefits, partial housing subsidy and up to $1,500 of conference travel support for recipients of one and two-year fellowships.
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