Sunset in Leiden, the Netherlands
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Centre for Global Heritage and Development welcomes visiting scholars

The Centre for Global Heritage and Development (the Netherlands) wants to stimulate international academic networks. For this reason, the Centre offers the possibility for visiting scholars to work at the Centre for a short period of time.

The Centre can host a maximum of two visiting scholars at a time for a maximum of one academic year.  Visitors are expected to contribute to local academic life, through contacts with staff and affiliated scholars and with a presentation of their research.

The Centre welcomes applications by PhD candidates and postdoctoral fellows, as well as those holding the rank of assistant professor, associate professor or full professor. It is a non-degree programme, in which your legal status will be equivalent to ‘guest employee’.

Read more about the application process on the Centre for Global Heritage and Development website.

The Centre for Global Heritage and Development is a partner of the European Heritage Tribune. For more information and news, see the partner page.

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