GCAS RESEARCH Fellow
Join our Research Unit
A GCAS Research Fellow is someone whose research and scientific findings align with, support and extend the values of GCAS. Our core values include: inclusivity, emancipation of all things living, debt-free education, democracy, equality (economic, culturally, socially, educationally), original research, global and local organizing, courage, truth-telling, reclaiming and preserving common public spaces, creating and preserving alternative thinking.
If your research supports our core values then we encourage you to apply to be a researcher at GCAS. This is an unpaid position.
Deadline: 15 September, 2017
For your application to be considered you need to satisfy one of the following two criteria:
1. Be enrolled in an accredited post-graduate Masters (or equivalent) or Doctoral program in the Humanities or the Social Sciences. In some cases, we will consider an advanced BA student's application. If you are not enrolled in a Humanities program (i.e., philosophy, religion, english, language, media, the arts) or in a Social Sciences program we will still consider your application if your research supports our values and ethos as stated above.
2. Have received a Masters (or equivalent or above, i.e., Doctoral) degree from an accredited university or college. If you possess a Master's degree but not in a Humanities program (i.e., philosophy, religion, english, language, media, the arts) or in the Social Sciences we will still consider your application if your research supports our values and ethos as stated above.
We are looking to fill 25 research positions.
Researcher will receive
Full access to all our E-School Courses, and Archive
A GCAS Email Account
Potential Teaching Opportunities in the GCAS E-School
Research Project Opportunities