Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships
Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowships (ECFs) aim to provide career development opportunities for those who are at a relatively early stage of their academic careers, but who have a proven record of research. These three-year Fellowships provide an exceptional opportunity to develop as an independent researcher, and will have a significant impact on future career trajectory. In order to find the very best Early Career Scholars to complement its growing doctoral and postdoctoral research culture, the Guildhall School is delighted to invite candidates to participate in an internal process to select promising individuals and projects for support and development prior to submitting an application to the Leverhulme Trust.
The research department at the Guildhall School explores fundamental questions about the creative arts. It embraces a wide range of disciplines within music and drama including composition, performance, pedagogy, historical musicology, music and literature studies, cultural history, electronic music, and music therapy. Current AHRC-funded projects include The Operatic Canon, an international network investigating the emergence, evolution, history and future of the opera repertory, and Finding a Voice, a 33-month project investigating the journeys adult non-singers take in learning to sing, the ways they can be supported, and the increase in wellbeing they experience. The School also has a record of success with applications to the Leverhulme Trust including the current Leverhulme funded Phantom on Film project.
The School therefore invites project proposals that fit within the wide range of disciplines under the Guildhall School remit.
See further details at the link below.
Published on 10 December 2018