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Visiting Fellowships

Keble offers a programme of Visiting Fellowships, with one or more Visiting Fellows joining the College for periods of up to six months.

The Fellows will be able to base themselves in the College, to take part in its academic and social life, and develop and share ideas across boundaries. They will be expected to contribute to the College community through, for example, workshops with students or a public lecture.

The Fellowships are aimed not just at current academics, but also at individuals in public life – including the arts, business and government – who are in a position to take advantage of the opportunities offered by an Oxford college, and who can add something distinctive to its academic life.

We are interested in applications from a broad range of subjects or fields, although some preference will be given to areas in which there is a presence among the current College fellowship. We are also specifically interested in Visiting Fellows who can contribute to our thinking and planning on sustainability.

Visiting Fellows will be entitled to membership of the Senior Common Room, accommodation in a two-room apartment in The H B Allen Centre, and meals. Depending on need and circumstances, there may be an honorarium and a contribution to travel costs.

We aim to appoint at least one, but possibly more Visiting Fellows per year; the exact number is subject to the availability of suitable accommodation and the intended length of stay. It may be possible for us to host two Fellows at the same time.

Keble aims to be a diverse and inclusive community and applications are encouraged from all backgrounds. Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.

The closing date for the most recent round of applications has now passed. We intend to consider new applications later in 2022. If you wish to register an interest please inform the Senior Tutor, Dr Alisdair Rogers (ali.rogers@keble.ox.ac.uk), who will contact you when the application process re-opens.