Fulbright Brasil
Visiting Researchers

Brazilian Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Democracy and Human Development

Through a five-year agreement with the Brazilian Fulbright Commission, the Kellogg Institute for International Studies has created a Fulbright Chair in Democracy and Human Development open to distinguished senior researchers from Brazil. The scholars holding the Chair, selected through a competitive application process, become members of the Kellogg Institute’s internationally recognized Visiting Fellows Program and bring to the Institute fresh perspectives and expertise on critical contemporary issues in Brazil, which has been a major focus of study at Kellogg since the 1980s.

Contemporary Brazil is a compelling subject for researchers across academic disciplines who focus on core Kellogg research themes of democratization and human development. The interchange with the distinguished Brazilian chair promises to deepen the longstanding relationship between Notre Dame and the scholarly community in Brazil.

Call For Proposals

For more information and to apply please visit: Fulbright Brasil site
Contact: Denise Wright dwright1@nd.edu

Eligibility

Senior Brazilian scholars with a record of outstanding scholarship are encouraged to apply for the Fulbright Chair in Democracy and Human Development (more details on Fulbright Brasil site).

Research Focus

Independent or collaborative work, with the potential for significant scholarly impact, on critical global challenges related to Kellogg themes of democracy and/or human development. 

Appointments

One semester each year into 2019, either spring (January–May) or fall (September–December)

Calendar

Upcoming Events

Thursday

April 26 to April 28
1968 in Europe and Latin America Conference
Conferences/Workshops
April 26
Public Lecture: 1968: A Long Time Coming
Seminars/Lectures

Friday

April 27
Conflict Prevention Agencies and Civil Society Organizations in Puno and Cajamarca
Working Groups, Comparative Politics Workshop
Omar Coronel Cuadros

Saturday

April 28
Public Lecture: "1968: Reform or Revolution"
Seminars/Lectures
Ignacio Walker

Tuesday

Upcoming Deadlines

No Deadlines In The Near Future