Fellows Scheme

LSE-Miguel Dols Fellows Scheme 2021-2022

Facilitating the development of Spain-UK research links

The Cañada Blanch Centre LSE is delighted to announce the opening of the Miguel Dols Fellows Scheme. The Centre will invite two academics conducting research on any of the topics on the remits of the Centre, and relate to Spain and the UK.

This Scheme is a sabbatical term at the Centre, in the LSE, that will take place during the Michaelmas Term (indicatively, 27 September – 10 December 2021).The Miguel-Dols Fellows Scheme will grant access to LSE facilities and research resources, but will not provide funding for the Fellows. Fellows will rely on funding from their home institutions or their own resources.

Those interested, please send a CV and an abstract of your research of no more than 600 words.

Key facts

  • Deadline: 15 July 2021
  • Number of posts: 2
  • Application submission:

Current Miguel Dols Fellows (2021)


Paloma Alonso Stuyck

She holds a PhD in Psychology and is an Associate Professor at the International University of Catalonia.

At the Cañada Blanch Centre LSE, she is designing a workshop for university teachers, with the aim that they teach in their disciplines to read the language of nature. The main hypothesis is that this will mean a significant change in the perception of students about progress and social equity; avoiding polarizations and promoting a systemic view.

Additionally, she works as a family therapist and is a founding member of:

Diego Loras Gimeno is a doctoral researcher at Comillas Pontifical University. His research focuses on how the urban-rural gap affects inequality and poverty in Spain.

He has a Master in Economics from the Barcelona School of Economics and a Master in Ethics and Democracy and Bachelor in Economics from the University of Valencia.

In addition, he works as a parliamentary assistant in the Congress of the Deputies of Spain. He has worked as an advisor in the headquarters of the United Nations in New York.