Applications received on a rolling basis to support faculty schedules.
CSREA invites tenured and other long-term faculty whose scholarship focuses on race, ethnicity, and/or indigeneity in the U.S. and work that connects the U.S. to related transnational contexts, to participate in the Faculty Manuscript Workshop Program.
The Faculty Manuscript Workshop Program will feature a half-day session with Brown faculty and up to three invited external scholars/experts in the field who will be asked to review and comment on manuscripts or major peer-review journal articles. Should we have a robust pool of applications, junior faculty manuscripts will take priority in the application process.
CSREA will work with the faculty member to help identify and contact reviewers, distribute the manuscript, compensate participants, schedule and pay for reviewers’ travel (if applicable), and provide the author with recorded and transcribed commentary from the workshop.
Any tenured or long-term Brown University faculty working on a writing project related to the study of race, ethnicity, and/or indigeneity in the U.S. and work that connects the U.S. to related transnational contexts.
Applicants must complete this application form to be fully considered. Applications will be reviewed by the CSREA Faculty Advisory Board (FAB). Other relevant faculty within or external to Brown may be consulted at the discretion of the FAB.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis to support faculty schedules, however, application reviews for the 2021 calendar year will be concluded by October 1, 2021.
Questions? Please contact CSREA Program Coordinator, Saraya McPherson.