Alworth Institute International Fellowship
The 2022-2023 International Fellow
In April of 2023, Dr. Gaynor Johnson, Professor of International History, Senior Tutor, and Convenor of Making History in the School of History at Kent University in Canterbury, United Kingdom, will be at UMD as the Alworth Institute International Fellow.
Read more about Dr. Johnson at the Kent University website.
Further information on Dr. Gaynor's talks at UMD will be forthcoming.
Information on the Fellowship
The Alworth Institute International Fellowship is part of the process of internationalizing the academic experience at UMD. Areas of interest include international issues broadly defined. The Fellow will be in residence at the University of Minnesota Duluth for a period no greater than four weeks. Duties attached to the Fellowship include providing two public lectures on a chosen topic and undertaking a number of class visits or related activities involving students and faculty.
The Fellow should be interested, throughout, in meeting faculty and students at the University of Minnesota Duluth. The hope is that the Fellow may also use the time at the University to develop useful and ongoing professional contacts.
The prospective Fellow must be able to communicate in English at a level adequate to the performance of the duties associated with the International Fellowship. The prospective Fellow is also encouraged to use visuals in the public lectures.
The Fellowship will come with accommodation, tourist travel costs and an honorarium of $2500. The Fellow must have health insurance that covers the time period spent in the U.S. or purchase health coverage for the four weeks from the scheme approved by the University of Minnesota. A J1 visa is required. The staff of the Alworth Institute will assist the Fellow in completing the necessary paperwork and steps to obtain the visa.
The International Fellowship is a non-employee Visiting Scholar position and carries no commitment, direct or implied, for employment at the University of Minnesota Duluth.
Those interested in the Fellowship should provide the Institute, via e-mail, a current vita and a summary of proposed lectures.
(2015-2016) - James Curry, PhD, Labour Historian, Moore Institute and History Department, National University of Ireland (NUI) Galway
(2013-2014) - Edna dos Santos-Duisenberg, retired Founder and Chief of the Creative Economy Programme of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), Vice-President of the International Federation of Multimedia (FIAM), and Special Advisor at the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)
(2011-2012) – David Storey, PhD, Senior Lecturer in Geography, Institute of Science and the Environment, University of Worcester, Worcester, United Kingdom
(2009-2010) – Oktay F. Tanrisever, PhD, Associate Professor, Chairperson of MSc. Program in Eurasian Studies, Vice-Chairperson of the Department of International Relations, Middle East Technical University, Ankara-Turkey
(2008-2009) – Marek Wróblewski, PhD, Lecturer in International Relations, Institute of International Studies, International Economic Relations Section, University of Wroclaw, Poland
(2007-2008) - Elżbieta Stadtmüller, PhD, Professor of International Relations , Research Director of the Institute of International Studies, Head of European Studies, University of Wroclaw, Poland