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Post-Doctoral Fellowship

The Georgetown - Howard Center for Medical Humanities and Health Justice (MHHJ) invites applications for its inaugural postdoctoral fellowship on the 2024 - 25 theme of Lore. The postdoctoral fellowship is a rare opportunity for a uniquely qualified individual with a passion for interdisciplinary research at the intersection of humanities and health justice Fellowships offer a stipend and all of the benefits of collaboration between two universities. MHHJ will accept applications from candidates in disciplines that intersect between the humanities, and social sciences, the arts, health sciences, or public life. The fellow will possess a doctoral degree and scholarly interest in a health humanities or health humanities-adjacent discipline (e.g. history of health/medicine, science and technology studies, literature, philosophy / bioethics, medical anthropology, medical sociology, race and ethnic studies, disability studies). Recipients are expected to initiate, plan, and execute a research project, teach one course, and regularly contribute to scholarly articles, method or theory development, or other scholarly tools. Scholars with a strong record of peer-reviewed work are encouraged to apply. The stipend amounts and fellow tenure (one semester or a full year) are individually determined, according to the needs of the scholars and the Center’s ability to meet them. 
Application Deadline: Closed until the 2024-2025 academic year. 

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