Are you a computer literate, fluent in English and a strong public speaker?
Then apply for the fully funded Ufahamu Africa Non-Resident Program 2021-2022 to receive a sum of $3,500 USD for time spent on the fellowship.
Application Deadline: August 31 2021
African nationals, scholars, journalists, or content creators based in Africa and female applicants are strongly encouraged to apply. Team proposals are welcome. Familiarity with the Ufahamu Africa podcast or podcasting in general is preferred. A total of four fellows (or teams) will be accepted in this RFA, for a fellowship starting September 2021.
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Submit your application materials by emailing them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You will need to provide the following materials.
Please describe your personal motivations for applying to the Ufahamu Africa non-resident fellowship. Of all fellowships available to you, why are you particularly interested in this one? What do you hope to accomplish during the 10 months and beyond?
Please also comment on your ability to commit to the workload of the fellowship and how this will fit into your current commitments. If you are applying as a part of a team, describe the team dynamics and how that will facilitate content creation and contribution to the podcast.
What type of podcast episodes do you imagine creating? How would you ensure a diversity of thinkers, ideas, voices, and stories? What are your ideas for disseminating to relevant networks?
If you would like to produce simultaneous episodes in English and another language, what plans would you have to do so and/or what support would you need to do so?
Please include what problems or questions you are planning to address, what contributions to learning they will make, what target populations you envision, and any translation into educational products, public policy, or other outcomes that may be possible enduring outputs.
The Ufahamu Africa non-resident fellows will be engaged remotely for ten months to produce the equivalent of five single- or dual-language podcast episodes.
Fellows will also be asked to join the editorial team to shape season 6 content, dissemination ideas, mashup partnerships, and other podcast production decisions.
Fellows will receive a stipend to support their internet data costs and their time spent on the fellowship of $3,500 USD.
Ufahamu Africa non-resident fellows will be considered members of the production team and will be invited to attend relevant conferences (African Studies Association, Working Group on African Political Economy, others) as possible with current travel restrictions.
Through these networks, fellows will have access to annual research grant competitions, online and in-person convenings, training workshops, and more.
We will invite the non-resident fellows to present their own work at our respective host universities—Cornell University and the University of California, Riverside—whether in person or virtually.
This will further facilitate meeting and collaborating with faculty and students in multiple academic departments and participating in broader research-public engagement-media projects.
Opt-out at any time. No strings attached.