Deadline: October 7, 2022
The Global Scholars Academy is an intensive residential experience designed to enable junior faculty and post-doctoral scholars to engage in sustained, interdisciplinary, peer-to-peer collaboration under the close mentorship of research faculty drawn from the world’s top universities.
Building on the IGLP’s decade of successful workshops and Stellenbosch’s dedication to high-level interdisciplinary research, the Global Scholars Academy will engage a growing community of scholars developing new thinking about the world’s most pressing policy challenges. While in residence, participants will workshop their ongoing research, review current scholarship developments, reconsider canonical texts, and network with colleagues from across the world.
The 2023 Academy will offer a unique interdisciplinary curriculum and will include thematic minicourses, plenary lectures, and writing workshops. Writing workshops will offer participants the opportunity to receive detailed, valuable feedback on their research from their peers and senior colleagues in small group settings.
- Authoritarianism, Populism, and Constitutional Authority
- The Global Corporation
- Critical Geographies
- Transnational Public and Private Reimagined
- Science and Technology Studies
- Labor, Justice, and the Future of Work
- International Economic Law in Global Political Economy
- Formality and Informality in the Law of Property
- Clinical Education and Access to Justice
- Gender, Poverty, and Social Inclusion
- Foregrounding Race in the Post-Colonial
- Critical Theory in Legal Thought
- Preference will be given to scholars who hold postdoctoral junior faculty positions.
- Students completing their doctoral work are also encouraged to apply.
All accepted participants will be expected to submit an 8000-word piece, draft, or work in progress of academic writing in advance of the Academy to be discussed with colleagues in our intensive Writing Workshops.