Applications are now open for the first edition of the Global Scholars Academy, due to take place from 16-20 August 2021 at Maison de la Paix. The workshop is co-hosted by the Graduate Institute along with Harvard Law School’s Institute for Global Law and Policy. The Global Scholars Academy was made possible with generous support from the Open Society University Network (OSUN).
Building on the Institute’s dedication to interdisciplinary research, the Global Scholars Academy will engage a growing community of scholars developing new thinking about the world’s most pressing policy challenges. While in residence, participants will workshop their ongoing research, review current scholarship developments, reconsider canonical texts, and network with colleagues from across the world.
Drawing on the interdisciplinary and global networks of both institutions, this venture aims to strengthen the next generation of scholars and university teachers by placing them in conversation with their global peers and strengthening their ability to rethink a global architecture ill-equipped to deal with the world’s most urgent challenges, from global poverty, inequality and injustice to conflict, migration and environmental change.
The Academy is now open by application to advanced junior scholars, 2-5 years post-PhD and currently holding postdoctoral or faculty positions. We particularly welcome applications from scholars from the Global South and those working on policy challenges of concern to communities in the Global South.
Read more information on the application and themes for the 2021 edition of the Global Scholars Academy HERE.
Apply HERE by 2 April 2021, and circulate widely in your networks!
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The Global Scholars Academy was made possible with generous support from the Open Society University Network (OSUN).