The Centre for Humanities Research at the University of Oxford, TORCH, in conjunction with the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, convenes professors and academics to run for their Oxford Global South Scholarships. This opportunity will allow them to spend a stay at the University of Oxford, United Kingdom.
The period will be two months and the fellows may be part of one of the TORCH networks.
They are: women in humanities, medical humanities, resistance and race.
This program is especially dedicated to institutions in the south of the world, including Latin America and the Caribbean.
These scholarships are a role in the diversity and inclusivity of the University of Oxford. It seeks to build and strengthen the links between Oxford, the Foundation and the universities of the countries.
Scholars are invited by the university by a bimestre to conduct research and contribute to the teaching environment at public events. They also participate in the academic life of All Souls College and the university.