The Fulbright Scotland Visiting Professorship at the Glasgow School of Art contributes to the intellectual life of the university through seminars, public lectures and curriculum development in any discipline within the institution for six months. The award is a six month award where the scholar will participate in seminars, public lectures, research, and curriculum development. Candidates should have strong reasons for wishing to pursue the proposed project in the UK and a clear idea of what they wish to accomplish during their time as a Fulbright Scholar, not only academically, but also in terms of reaching out to the wider community and understanding their host country and culture. Applications are sought in all appropriate disciplines, but applications in the following disciplines are preferred: Architecture, Creative Economy, Environmental Sciences, Film Studies, Geography, Public Administration, Sociology, Urban Planning, and Digital Visualisation. Research at Glasgow School of Art is interdisciplinary, spanning creative practice and theory. Their current strategic research themes include: Architecture, Urbanism and the Public Sphere; Sustainable Environment and Economies; Design Innovation; Digital Visualization; History, Heritage, Archives and Collections; Contemporary Art and Curating; and Health, Care, and Wellbeing. While it is not a requirement to have a letter of invitation for this award, it is strongly recommended that applicants get in touch with their proposed host department and applications that include an affiliation letter will be much more competitive. Please visit the award's website for more information.
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