Applications to this scheme will consist of:
- a completed application form
- a three-page CV, and
- a letter of support from your institution
The application form can be found below and will ask you to outline your areas of research interest, explain your reasons for applying to this scheme, and explain how you will use the resources provided to advance your research and/or teaching.
Application Form (MS Word)
Please email your application materials to the project email address:
The fellowship programme is open to theologians from any country who are fluent in English. We would normally expect theologians to have completed a PhD or other terminal degree in Christian theology, or a closely related field, and to be active researchers in at least one field within Christian theology. We are keen to have a range of theological disciplines represented, including but not limited to Biblical studies, systematic theology, political theology, theological ethics, ecclesiology, mystical theology, spirituality, practical theology, philosophy of religion, etc. We welcome applicants who are at any stage of their academic career, and we have ringfenced a proportion of spaces for early career academics.
Applicants will be assessed based on their receptivity to multidisciplinary approaches, desire and capacity to engage with the full program, and future plans to implement the research informed by psychological methods and findings. They will also need to demonstrate that they will have the capacity within their workload to engage with all aspects of the programme in order to be considered as Fellows, as well as providing explicit and clear support from their institution (supported by a letter from their head of department/school or equivalent).
Fellowship application deadline: 1 March 2024