The EUGENDERING Visiting Fellows Programme is a research mobility scheme that aims to promote interactions and collaborations between researchers working on gender+ equality and the EU.
Fellows and research stays
- Nicolas Moizard (University of Strasbourg), February 2023
- Anna Elomäki (Tampere University), April 2023
- Markus Thiel (Florida International University), April 2023
- Serena D’Agostino (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), April-May 2023 – EUGENDERING & EUNMUTE visiting fellow
- Ines Wagner (Institute for Social Research, Oslo), July 2023
- Oriane Calligaro (ESPOL, Université catholique de Lille), September-December 2023 – EUGENDERING & EUNMUTE visiting fellow
- Andréa Delestrade (European Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science), September 2023
- Julia Vassileva (University of Tallinn), Autumn 2023 – EUGENDERING & EUNMUTE visiting fellow
Presentation of the programme and procedure
The research mobility scheme targets both junior and senior researchers. Applications from every university will be considered.
Depending on the length of the research stay, funding opportunities are up to €1000.
The fellow’s length of the stay and individual situation (such as whether they already receive another funding source, seniority, etc.) will be taken into account.
Visiting Fellows will be given all the resources linked to the status of a visiting researcher at the USL-B (office space, access to the library, etc.).
Applications consist of:
- a cover letter demonstrating the relevance of the research stay and how the planned research is connected to EUGENDERING
- a CV
Researchers entering the Visiting Fellows Programme will be covered by a mobility convention concluded between the sending and the host universities.
The candidates will be selected on the basis of the relevance of their research project with regard to EUGENDERING domains of interest.
Visiting Fellows will be invited to present their ongoing work in the EUGENDERING seminar series (on-site and online), where it will be discussed by the members of the team, members of the IES and other interested scholars.
Visiting Fellows will be asked to submit a 5-10 pages research or policy paper at the end of their stay. These papers will be published via the EUNMUTE website, as part of the research papers series.