John and Daria Barry Foundation Fellow at PRRUCS, University of Pennsylvania

The Program for Research on Religion and Urban Civil Society at the University of Pennsylvania invites applications for a one-year postdoctoral fellowship for a scholar conducting research on the work of Elizabeth Anscombe.  

The John and Daria Barry Foundation Fellow serves the Program for Research on Religion and Urban Civil Society (PRRUCS) in the School of Arts and Sciences.

In 2018, PRRUCS and the University of Pennsylvania library obtained the papers of G.E.M./Elizabeth Anscombe (Anscombe Archives). The papers in the Anscombe Archives have only recently been made available for researchers affording the John and Daria Barry Foundation Fellow a unique opportunity to conduct research on one of the leading philosophers of the twentieth century. The John and Daria Barry Foundation Fellow will conduct original research and write at least two scholarly articles using the Anscombe Archives as their principal source documents. 

PRRUCS will co-sponsor events, workshops, and conferences related to research associated with the Anscombe Archives and related to the work of its Perry Family Scholars for Science, Spirituality, and Service. The John and Daria Barry Foundation Fellow will lead all phases of the planning and implementation of the Anscombe events; and assist in the planning and implementation of the Perry Family Scholars for Science, Spirituality, and Service Events. 

The John and Daria Barry Foundation Fellow is a one-year term appointment.

For more information and to apply, please view the position posting here: https://jobs.hr.upenn.edu/postings/43293

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John Buchmann
Associate Director and Theologian-in-Residence, Collegium Institute
PRRUCS-Perry Fellow, Program for Research on Religion and Urban Civil Society, Univ. of Pennsylvania
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