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TiLPS Visiting Fellowships for Senior Scholars

The Tilburg Center for Moral Philosophy, Epistemology and Philosophy of Science (TiLPS) invites applications for senior visiting fellowships for the academic year 2020-21. The fellowships are intended for advanced scholars in epistemology and/or philosophy of science broadly understood (we also have junior fellowships intended for Ph.D. students, postdocs or junior faculty; see our website for more information).

Applicants are invited to dedicate their time to doing research (and acknowledge the support of the Center in any relevant publication or lecture). To ensure the fellowship is mutually beneficial, they should be keen on being an active part of a lively research community and on intellectual exchange with the resident fellows at Tilburg, especially those who work in epistemology and/or philosophy of science. The planned work of the candidates should relate to one (or more) of their research areas; we can imagine that someone who is working in the domains of philosophy of mind or cognitive science would be a good fit as well. TiLPS sustains a full calendar of research events, such as regular seminars, workshops and conferences. The visiting fellows would benefit from active participation in these activities. We consider it to be of added value when the candidate is willing to provide a masterclass for our master-students about their work.

The Visiting Fellow receives a reimbursement of travel expenses and € 1,500 / month for covering housing expenses, based on receipts, with a maximum of € 6,500 for the total stay. Stays in July and August are strongly discouraged due to the summer break, January is usually also not ideal.

To apply, please send your application (everything in one pdf file) to m.m.s.k.sie@tilburguniversity.edu no later than 25th of April. Applications will be reviewed by a selection committee consisting of Matteo Colombo, Caroline Harnacke, Maureen Sie, and Sander Verhaegh. The criteria for evaluation are: the academic merit of the proposal, fit with existing research projects at the center and the academic strength of the candidate. We will notify you about our decision by end of May.

Your application should contain (in one pdf file):

(1) A cover letter including personal details, a specification of the preferred period of fellowship, and a description of the ways the candidate intends to collaborate with members of TiLPS;

(2) curriculum vitae, including list of publications;

(3) a proposal for a focused research project in epistemology and/or philosophy of science to be undertaken during the term of the Fellowship (500-1000 words).

For further information, please contact one of the members of the selection committee. Please also feel free to contact those whom you would be interested in working with.

This information can also be found be found here.

Fellowships

TiLPS offers a Visiting Fellows Program, through which logicians, ethicists, and philosophers of science reside in Tilburg for a couple of weeks up to several months. Check out whether there are any fellowships available at the moment!

Visiting Fellowships 2020 at the Department of Philosophy at Tilburg:

The Department of Philosophy at Tilburg University invites applications for visiting fellowships for the calendar year 2020. The fellowships are intended for advanced Ph.D. students, postdocs or junior faculty.

Applicants should be keen on being an active part of a lively research community and on intellectual exchange with the resident fellows at Tilburg. The planned work of the candidates should relate to one (or more) of the research areas covered by members of TiLPS or PHC&E research groups. TiLPS and PHC&E sustain a full calendar of research events, such as regular seminars, workshops and conferences. The visiting fellows are expected to actively participate in these activities.

The Visiting Fellows receive a tax-free reimbursement of € 750 / month, which can be used for covering travel and housing expenses, with a maximum of € 2,000 for the total stay.

Stays in July and August are strongly discouraged due to the summer break.

To apply, please send your application (everything in one pdf file) to m.colombo@tilburguniversity.edu no later than **7 January 2020**. Applications will be reviewed by a selection committee consisting of Dr Robb, Dr Yazicioglu, Dr Slegers, Dr Wildman, and Dr Blancke. We will notify you about our decision by **3 February 2020**.

Your application should contain (in one pdf file):

i. a motivation letter no longer than 2 pages, which should explain how the proposed research relates with one (or more) of the research strengths at the Department of Philosophy at Tilburg ii. a CV iii. a project outline of no more than 1000 words iv. PhD students should include at least one letter of recommendation from their supervisor (to maintain confidentiality, supervisors of PhD students may send their letters of recommendation separately to Dr Colombo)

For further information, please contact Dr Colombo at m.colombo@tilburguniversity.edu

Visiting Fellows 2020

Former visiting fellows