Visiting Professorial Fellow at JNU,90k per month !

Centre for the Study of Law and Governance, JNU

invites applications/ nominations for

Visiting Professorial Fellow

Applications are invited from scholars from social science discipline working in the field of law and governance. The Centre is especially interested in eliciting recent work in the following areas: critical governance studies; law and governmentality; socio-economic rights; law, violence and justice; sexual citizenship, insurrectory constitutionalisms; law and social movements; environmental law; visual cultures of law.

The Centre expects the visiting Professorial Fellow to contribute to its academic programmes and produce a quality research paper which the Centre will publish under its Working Papers series. The fellows are however free to later publish the same work elsewhere with due acknowledgement to the Centre and the fellowship.

Duration: Up to two years, with a minimum tenure of 3 months.

Fellowship: The fellowship will comprise of a fixed monthly honorarium of Rs. 90,000 and return travel costs (national/ international), with adequate office facilities.

For more details of the Centre’s research and teaching please visit our website at http://www.jnu.ac.in/cslg

Please send your nominations/ applications comprising of an application/ nomination on plain paper, full CV and copies of three of your recent research publications to the Chairperson, Centre for the Study of Law and Governance, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi – 110067, India. Email: chair_cslg@jnu.ac.in. Any clarifications may also be directed to the same address.

The last date of receipt of application is 15 November 2014.

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