Closing date: 1 February 2012
The ANU Centre for European Studies Centre (ANUCES) is a joint initiative of the Australian National University (ANU) and the European Union. It underscores the university-wide commitment to European studies. Located at the heart of diplomatic and political life in Canberra, ANUCES now involves the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences, ANU College of Law, ANU College of Business and Economics, and ANU College of Asia and the Pacific.
ANUCES aims to promote interdisciplinary dialogue, generate collaborative research projects at home and abroad, and contribute to the development of public sector policy and debate. The Centre has an established record of leadership in EU studies within the context of the wider Asia-Pacific region. The Centre supports postdoctoral and doctoral research, and visiting scholars working in the field of EU and comparative studies concerning Australia and Europe.
The Visiting Fellowship Program at the Centre for European Studies at the ANU is part of the Centre’s mission to promote research, education and dialogue between Europe and Australia. The Visiting Fellowship Program is specifically aimed at supporting and hosting local and international scholars wishing to undertake research at the ANU.
The broad theme for 2012-13 is ‘The European Union, Australia and the Asia-Pacific Region’. Within this theme, several research interests can be pursued that take a comparative perspective involving Europe, Australia and countries in the Asia-Pacific region, such as:
• Regionalism and regional economic integration
• Defence and security
• Climate change and energy security
• Culture, language and history
• Public policy and governance
• People movement across borders
For further information on the fellowships and scholarships, as well as how to apply for them, please visit here
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