The Research School of Humanities & the Arts (RSHA) has Visiting Fellowship programs to enhance its national and international links with humanities scholars.
A highly successful visiting fellowship program has been run by the Humanities Research Centre for over 35 years. Scholars working within any of the three large research themes/clusters of the RSHA are welcome to apply. These are:
- Crossing Cultures, Crossing Times
- Art, Creativity and Performance
- Lives, Literatures, Languages
The applicants' research should preferably fall within with one or more of the current RSHA research platforms:
- Visual Culture
- History and Memory
- Biography and Life Writing
- Heritage and the Environment
- Public Cultures and Museums
- World Literature
- Postcolonial Studies
- Digital Humanities.
Humanities Research Centre Internal Fellowships are offered to teaching staff in any of the humanities disciplines at RSHA, ANU in order to complete a manuscript or to develop an ARC application for submission in the annual round. Preference will be given to those who have a book contract from a publisher or at least written evidence of interest from a publisher; or those who have a project proposal in an advanced stage and ready to be submitted as an ARC application.
This Fellowship embraces opportunities for performing, literary and visual artists. Its purpose is to allow the recipient to engage in a period of uninterrupted creative work in residence at The Australian National University, contribute to the fostering of the creative arts within the University, and interact with the University’s academic community, staff, students and visitors.