Qatar Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Georgetown University
The Qatar Post-Doctoral Fellowship was established by a generous grant from the State of Qatar to the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies (CCAS) at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. The fellowship supports a recent Ph.D. working on the topic of U.S.-Arab relations, Arab Studies, or Islamic Studies for one academic year ($60,000 plus benefits). The post-doctoral fellow will transform their Ph.D. dissertation into a publication; teach a small seminar on a topic of their choosing in either the fall or spring semester; and deliver a lecture at CCAS about their research. We also will support the Fellow to travel to Qatar and deliver a lecture at an educational institution in Doha.
Applicants must have completed a Ph.D. within the past five years; the Ph.D. degree must be from a university in the United States; applicants will be assessed on the originality of their scholarship and the high quality of their academic record.
- Cover letter
- Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Two references*
- Academic transcript(s)
- Dissertation outline & sample chapter (or published article)
- Course proposal for seminar
*Please provide the names and contact information of two professional references. If you are shortlisted for the fellowship, you will be notified in mid-January and asked to submit two recommendation letters. The letters should be emailed directly to CCAS within three weeks of notification.
Applications for the 2022-2023 ADF Fellowship will be due January 31, 2022. Click here to apply.
Questions about the fellowship may be directed to Ms. Dana AlDairani at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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