We are keen to welcome outstanding researchers to join our community as Independent Research Fellows through one of the various external funding schemes available.
This includes non-subject specific schemes such as the British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship, the Newton Fellowship, or the Marie-Sklodowska Curie Individual Fellowships scheme, as well as philosophy-specific Postdoctoral Fellowships such as the Analysis Trust/Mind Association studentship.
Potential applicants should, having identified a Fellowship scheme, check the eligibility criteria and closing dates carefully and contact the most relevant member of academic staff with a short CV and draft proposal. If you are not sure which member of staff could best support your application, please contact Dr Mary Leng (firstname.lastname@example.org), Chair of the Departmental Research Committee, who will be able to advise you.
The Department of Philosophy at the University of York is seeking expressions of interest from candidates wishing to apply to hold a UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship at York. The UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship scheme offers up to 7 years of postdoctoral funding for researchers with outstanding potential to establish themselves as independent research leaders. Further details on this scheme are available at:
While we welcome applications in any area of philosophy that fit with our own Departmental research strengths, we would be particularly interested in supporting applications that fit with the following Departmental Research Themes:
Fiction and Fictionalism;
Inequality, Health and Well-Being;
Phenomenology and Perceptual Experience.
The deadline for Expressions of Interest for this round has passed.
If you have any questions about the scheme, please contact the Chair of the Department’s Research Committee, Dr Mary Leng (email@example.com).
We can provide support for the development of your Fellowship application. This support can include:
Our current research groupings include:
We also have research strengths in aesthetics, the philosophy of mathematics and the philosophy of religion. We would welcome proposals from applicants in any areas of research overlapping with interests of existing members of staff.