Apply for this funded postdoctoral fellowship to work on highly innovative multi-regional research projects alongside other researchers in an institute in Johannesburg for two years.
If you are selected for this program, you will receive up to R250,000 annually while workly closely with diverse researchers with different skill sets and training backgrounds to unravel solutions to some of the current most pressing human and ecological challenges.
Application Deadline: August 31, 2020
Selected fellows in the WISER Postdoctoral Research Program will each receive
The fellowship is open to
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To apply for the WISER fellowship,
The WISER postdoctoral program is a multi-regional and multidisciplinary research program aimed at unraveling the paradoxes of regionalization in the African continent, shaped by multiple porous borders and mobile spaces.
Instead of assuming that regionalization is tied to state territoriality, it examines how frontiers and horizons – spatial, material, cultural and imaginary – are increasingly produced by the intersection of cross border flows, networks and informal institutions that are not delineated by states only, but also by technological devices of all kinds and by movement as such.
The program’s central goal is to foster a new understanding of the ongoing geographies of regionalization that arise from:
The fellowship caters to candidates with different skills and training backgrounds such as health, natural and environmental science and in technology studies who are interested in working on highly innovative research projects that include:
The deadline for application is August 31, 2020.
The results will be published by September 5, 2020.
Applicants will be reviewed against a background of academic and non-academic qualifications.
Selected fellows will join the Institute in Johannesburg remotely in October 2020 and in-person from February 2021(subject to the state of the pandemic)
Opt-out at any time. No strings attached.