The Mellon Fellowship is inviting applications from dynamic and engaged scholars and practitioners with careers in the arts and humanities to contribute to the interdisciplinary work of LSE Cities, an international research center that explores the interactions between space and society. Applications are due February 28, 2014.
Supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Fellowship was developed to mobilize an integrated mode of urban research and to open up new avenues for practical collaboration and intellectual exchange between the humanities and urbanism. A Fellow spends 9 months at the London School of Economics developing his or her own research in the context of the center’s work on the urban environment.
For full details about the Fellowship and how to apply, visit the LSE Cities website.