Visiting Fellowships 2019-2020 at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies — LIMITE : 13/01/2019
Research at the Centre is currently focused within the following broad areas:
- Classical Islamic sciences
- Muslim societies past and present
- Identity and citizenship (with special reference to Muslims in the West)
- Islamic finance and economic and human development
Applications are decided on the merits of the particular research the applicant is proposing to do or to complete, and scholars working in other areas are encouraged to apply.
NOTE: applications are processed in two rounds, with different closing deadlines, as detailed in the Application Guidelines.
Visiting Fellowships and Visiting Research Fellowships:
Round 1 applications are now OPEN for the academic year 2019–20:
The Abdul Aziz Al-Mutawa and The Muhammad Bin-Ladin Visiting Fellowship
These two stipendiary Visiting Fellowships are awarded annually to support an extended period of independent study and research at Oxford.
The Imam Bukhari and The Imam Tirmizi Visiting Research Fellowship
These stipendiary Visiting Research Fellowships are open to citizens of countries in Asia or Africa and are intended to encourage interaction among academics from different traditions of learning.
Non-stipendiary Visiting Fellowships
The Centre welcomes applications for a limited number of non-stipendiary Visiting Fellowships and Visiting Research Fellowships.
The closing date for all applications is 13 January 2019.
Further information about the Visiting Fellowships:
Further information about the Centre
can be found at www.oxcis.ac.uk