CAF-LSE Visiting Fellowship in the Politics of the Global South
With the generous sponsorship of the Development Bank of Latin America, the GSU facilitates a three-month visiting fellowship.
Read the Call for Applicants here.
Candidates are invited to apply for the three-month CAF-LSE Visiting Fellowship in the Politics of the Global South for the Term. This is an exciting opportunity for a senior or mid-career researcher to pursue and present his or her own research in the context of the academic life of the LSE and the Department of International Relations. The fellowship is intended to support scholarship related to South-South cooperation, and particularly research related to Latin America in a global context.
African Research Fellowship call for applications
The Global South Unit within the LSE's Department of International Relations invites applications for the African Research Fellowship
The submission deadline for applications is 31 January 2015.
CAF-LSE Previous Visiting Fellows
The latest CAF-LSE Visiting Fellow is Matias Spektor
Dr. Matias Spektor is Associate Professor in International Relations and History at Fundação Getulio Vargas (Rio de Janeiro). He is the author of "Kissinger e o Brasil" (2009), "Azeredo da Silveira: um depoimento" (2010) and "18 dias: Quando Lula e Fernando Henrique se uniram para conquistar o apoio de Bush" (2014). He writes the foreign policy column for Brazil's leading newspaper, Folha de S. Paulo, and his work for the press has been published by the New York Times and the Financial Times. Matias holds a doctorate from Oxford University, and has held visiting fellowships at the Council on Foreign Relations, the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, and King's College London. He is currently researching a book on Brazil's decision not to build a nuclear weapon.