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Fellowship for Visiting Scholars

CBS Visiting
Scholars

Duriel E. Harris
(2004-2005)

Mireille Miller-Young
(2004-2005)

Heather Tirado-Gilligan
(2004-2005)

CBS Visiting Researchers


Raja Labadi Broussard
(2005)


William Jones
(2003-2004)


Jorge Coelho
(2003-2004)

About the
Fellowship for Visiting Scholars

The UCSB Center for Black Studies accepts applications annually for our scholar-in-residence position at the University of California, Santa Barbara. We are especially interested in researchers working in the areas of digital technologies and the African Diaspora. The 2005-06 Visiting Scholar fellowship continues the Center’s RACE and TECHNOLOGY (RT) initiative that is concerned with questions of racial justice and universal access to important information technologies that are changing all aspects of life for people throughout the diaspora. We are particularly interested in studies concerned with the intersections of race and technology from a number of perspectives including historical, economical, institutional, sociopolitical, cultural-artistic, global, local, and interpersonal.

Through its new RT initiative, the Center is actively engaged in the development of new regimes of knowledge and cultural production that can reframe public debates about the “digital divide,” universal access issues, information technology infrastructures, and media legislation and policy.

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How to Apply
Fellowship for Visiting Scholar

Information on the 2005-2006 position is not yet available. Information below is posted for illustrative purposes only.

The UCSB Center for Black Studies is interested in an experienced scholar/researcher (PhD or professionally equivalent terminal degree such as an MFA) with a strong background in African Diasporic culture and/or theory. We are particularly interested in an individual with new media skills and visionary ideas to help with the conceptual phases of this RACE and TECHNOLOGY (RT) initiative. The fellow will assist the Center's director in coordinating key aspects of the project plan including enhancing the new media lab, advancing research and programmatic goals, and further developing community outreach projects. Based on the candidate's strengths, the Center may negotiate additional duties. The fellow will also vigorously pursue his or her own research project that should be compatible with the Center's African Diaspora and Technology focus.

The fellowship stipend ranges in amount between $30-40K per year. The Center’s fellowships also include a benefits package, office space and University of California system-wide library privileges. This fellowship has a residential requirement, and fellows are expected to work full-time on the Center's project as well as their own research. No other fellowships can be accepted during the award period.

Please submit applications by March 1, 2004. Fellowship awards will be announced mid-April 2004. A completed application includes: a cover letter, indicating three references, a C.V., three letters of recommendation, and a writing or creative sample.
Send requested materials to:

Anna Everett, Associate Professor and Director
Center for Black Studies
4603 South Hall
University of California
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-3140
everett@filmstudies.ucsb.edu

Telephone: 805-893-3914
Fax: 805-893-7243

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2003 - 04
RESEARCHER FELLOWS

JORGE COELHO

WILLIAM JONES

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