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No 6198

Wednesday 13 October 2010

Vol cxli No 2

pp. 49–64

External Notices

Centre for the Study of Muslim–Jewish Relations

Visiting Fellowships 2011–12

The Fellowships, tenable for a three-month period, can be held in Cambridge University term times in the academic year 2011–12. The successful candidates will be expected to undertake research in an area of relevance to the work of the Centre, and may be asked to make a modest contribution to lecturing and teaching. There is no stipend attached to the Fellowships, but Fellows will be entitled to free accommodation in Cambridge and round-trip travel from their country to Cambridge.

Further information about the Fellowships and the Centre can be found at

A letter of application, curriculum vitae, two names of academic referees that may be approached, and a proposal, should be sent to Electors of the Visiting Fellowship, CMJR, Woolf Institute, Wesley House, Jesus Lane, Cambridge, CB5 8BJ, UK, or emailed to

Early consideration will be given to applications received by 1 December 2010.

Oxford Notices

Faculty of Classics: Camden Professorship of Ancient History; closing date 13 December 2010; further particulars available at

Theology Faculty Centre: Bampton Lecturership 2013; £5,000; closing date: 3 December; further particulars available at

Department of Economics, with Brasenose College, Corpus Christi College, and Hertford College: University Lecturerships in Economics; £42,563–£57,201 a year plus allowances; 26 November 2010;; applications must be submitted online via

Department of Economics, with Nuffield College: Postdoctoral Research Fellowships in Economics; £28,983–£35,646 a year; 3 December 2010 or 11 February 2011;; applications must be submitted online via

Other external notices

World Cultural Council Awards: The World Cultural Council is calling for nominations for the Albert Einstein World Award of Science, and the Leonardo da Vinci World Award of Arts. Detailed guidelines are available at