The Fulbright-Tocqueville Distinguished Scholar (All Disciplines) award aims to reinforce collaborative research between the United States and France in all fields of study. Grantees are invited as guest teachers and researchers at a French host university, where they have the opportunity to meet with French colleagues, to organize and participate in conferences, and to interact with French graduate and doctoral students in their area of expertise. Grantees will teach courses at the postgraduate and doctoral level, undertake research, and help organize and participate in conferences and seminars related to their area of expertise. Candidates should hold the rank of associate or full professor and have at least five years of teaching experience. For the letter of invitation, it is required that the potential host institution complete the host institution invitation form on behalf of the candidate. Aside from the monthly allowance, all research scholars will receive a travel allowance of approximately $1,250. Please visit the award's website for more information.
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Other - Project Statement; Reference List; Syllabi; Letter of Invitation