The Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity (CCSRE) and its Research Institute support and sustain an environment of vibrant and intellectually engaging scholarship. This mission includes welcoming visiting scholars with expertise in various aspects of the study of race and ethnicity from myriad disciplinary backgrounds and from around the globe.
Visiting scholars are expected to participate in the core programs of our Research Institute including the CCSRE Faculty Seminar Series (monthly on Wednesdays from 12:00-1:30pm) and Faculty Research Fellows Chautauquas (quarterly on Thursdays from 4-6pm). Visiting scholars are also invited to participate in our intellectual community by attending other Center events, such as the Annual Anne and Loren Kieve Distinguished Lecture and our Faculty Research Networks.
Eligibility for visiting scholar positions at CCSRE includes the following criteria:
- Visiting scholars must be nominated by faculty affiliates of CCSRE;
- the individual must come from an outside institution or organization;
- the individual must have a doctoral degree or be a recognized expert in their field;
- the individual must be an expert in a field or topic that pertains to the study of race and ethnicity in either the United States or elsewhere around the globe;
- the source of salary funding for the individual must not be Stanford University.
- Individuals interested in becoming a visiting scholar should contact a CCSRE faculty affiliate, who must then submit an official letter of nomination.
- Nominees should provide a curriculum vitae and a cover letter that describes their goals and objectives for the time of the visiting scholar residency.
- Once these materials are received, visiting scholar applications are voted upon and approved by the CCSRE Leadership Team. These meetings will take place periodically throughout the year.
- All nomination letters, CVs, and cover letters should be addressed to Research Institute Director, Paula Moya and sent to Associate Director Daniel Murray (email@example.com).
- Nominations should be received at least four months in advance of appointment.
Visiting scholars must also adhere to the overall Stanford University policy on visiting scholars (http://rph.stanford.edu/9-6.html). A limited number of appointments are available each year.