Warwick's Centre for the Study of the Renaissance (CSR) is pleased to invite expressions of interest from highly qualified researchers in the field who seek to apply for a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship (MSCA-IF), tenable within the Centre . The CSR is keen to attract candidates of the highest calibre. Successful candidates are likely to be several years out of the PhD and to have published a monograph, in addition to articles in highly respected international journals.
Interested candidates should contact the Centre's administrator, Mrs Jayne Sweet, as soon as possible and no later than midnight of Wednesday 15 May, enclosing the following documents:
• a two-page summary of the proposed research
• a full academic CV (including details of publications)
• the name (if already determined) of the academic who might act as mentor
• a statement (up to one page) as to why the research project would best be pursued in Warwick's CSR
Full details re eligibility, deadline, and the application procedure are available on the European Commission website at
Prospective candidates are welcome to contact the Centre's director, Professor David Lines (email@example.com), in advance of submitting an expression of interest.