The Mind Association’s six and 12-month fellowships allow philosophers time out from teaching and administration to concentrate on research. Applicants should think hard about their proposals, Julian Dodd, the association’s director, tells Anna McKie.
The Mind Association is a professional association dedicated to supporting research in any area of philosophy. Its two fellowship programmes are open to applications at the moment, with a deadline of 27 January for both.
Also, twice a year the association offers major (up to £2,000) and minor (up to £600) grants to organisers of conferences that are philosophically innovative. These grants are for conferences that are open to all and are held in the British Isles. The next deadline for these is likely to be around April 2017.