APRA Foundation Berlin Graduate Student Teaching Scholarship in Philosophy
Adrian Piper Research Archive Foundation Berlin and Keele University
offer a Graduate Student Teaching Scholarship in Philosophy for a
student interested in working on a topic in Kantian studies.
The post will normally involve contributing to no more than 3 hours of
teaching and 3 hours of research activities per week, and can only be
held in conjunction with full-time PhD study.
Students’ Research Project will be on a topic in the area of Kantian
Studies; the topic can be in any of the areas of scholarship related to
the work of Immanuel Kant – for instance, Kant’s practical philosophy
(ethics, political philosophy, philosophy of religion), Kant’s
theoretical philosophy (epistemology, metaphysics, philosophy of mind,
logic), Kant’s teleology (including philosophy of art and aesthetics,
philosophy of biology), Kant’s philosophy of history or anthropology.
The successful candidate will develop teaching materials and teach
modules in Keele’s School of Politics, International Relations and
Philosophy, and will undertake administrative and pastoral duties within
the School and the University. The Research Student’s Research and
Editorial Duties for Adrian Piper and/or the APRA Foundation Berlin are
to be determined solely and entirely by the Adrian Piper’s and/or
Foundation’s needs in the area of philosophy more generally. These may
include but are not limited to the area of Kantian Studies.
salary: £2,052 per annum plus Home/ EU fee waiver (£3,828 for 2012/13
based on full time study; international students will be eligible, but
will need to cover the difference between EU and international fees).
Duration: 3 years
Closing date: 31st August 2012 at 5pm.
For further details on the studentship and the application process, including online application, see: