Originally posted 29th June 2018
The Editorial Board of The Sociological Review is pleased to launch their writing fellowship for 2018/2019. This is open to early career social scientists working in any area of sociology, social anthropology or related disciplines.
The purpose of the fellowship is to provide early career sociologists and social anthropologists with the opportunity of spending a year writing their first book-length monograph.
Successful applicants for the fellowship will normally have just completed, or be within two years of having completed, a PhD in sociology, social anthropology or a cognate discipline. Fellows will not yet have published a book, but will often have had at least one piece of work from their PhD accepted for publication (eg a journal article or book chapter), and will not currently be holding a permanent lectureship at an institution of Higher Education.
Listen to two of our former fellows, Rachel Hurdley and our Managing Editor Michaela Benson, describe their experiences in this role:
For more information about the background to the fellowship see the relevant section of our website. To apply please see the job details on the Keele University website and direct all queries through Keele. The closing date will be 28/07/2018.