The Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society and Herrmannsdorfer Landwerkstätten are pleased to invite applications for our fellowship program based at the Herrmannsdorfer Landwerkstätten (link is external) (an organic farm outside of Munich).
Launched in January 2022, the Landhaus Fellowship Program is a residential program. Ten fellows live and work together in the newly renovated historic house on the Herrmannsdorfer farm. Fellowships are open to excellent doctoral, postdoctoral, and senior scholars, as well as outreach scholars, working in the field of environment and society.
We accept applications for academic projects (doctoral, postdoctoral, and beyond) in disciplines that are in dialogue with environment and society. We also offer for the first time one fellowship for a writer-in-residence. Candidates should be open to offer occasional writing seminars and instruction for members of the RCC community. All fellows are expected to spend their fellowship in residence at the RCC Landhaus, to work on a major project, and to actively participate in life at the RCC. Please note that the RCC does not sponsor field work or archival research.
See the RCC Website for more details.
Applications due 15 June 2023.