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Rhodes University


Applications are invited for the Hugh le May Fellowship for the year 2002. The Fellowship is available in alternate years to applicants who wish to devote themselves to advanced work (postdoctoral) in one of the following subjects: Philosophy, Classics, Ancient, Medieval, or Modern History, Classical, Biblical, Medieval, or Modern Languages, Political Theory, Law. Where there is no applicant of sufficient merit in any of the above subjects, the Fellowship may be awarded to an applicant in some other subject falling within the Faculty of Humanities. The Fellowship is of three to four months' duration; the length of the Fellowship may be extended by mutual agreement and subject to the availability of funds.

Applicants, who should be scholars of standing with research publications to their credit, should communicate with the Dean of Research, Rhodes University, by 31 July 2001, enclosing a full statement of the work they propose to undertake, together with a curriculum vitae and the names of three persons cognizant of their work, to whom reference may be made. They should also name at least one well known authority who could attest to their standing in the field. Testimonials are not required.

Further details and forms of application may be obtained from http://www.ru.ac.za/research (click on Fellowships), or from the Dean of Research, Rhodes University, Grahamstown 6410, South Africa (tel. (046) 603 8055/6, fax (046) 622 8444, e-mail research-admin@ru.ac.za).

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Cambridge University Reporter, 11 July 2001
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