We are happy to work with prospective colleagues seeking institutional or other funding; and may be able to offer limited financial support in certain cases, especially where access to other funding is limited. Anyone who is interested in working with us should contact the Centre Director Professor Mark Devenney M.Devenney@brighton.ac.uk
CAPPE also works in conjunction with the School of Humanities and Social Science to organise Erasmus exchange schemes which offer University of Brighton Staff and postgraduate students working in the areas of philosophy, ethics and political philosophy the opportunity to travel to and work at two partner institutions; Radboud University, Neijmegen, Netherlands and University of Ghent, Belgium. For further information please contact Professor Mark Devenney M.Devenney@brighton.ac.uk
We have had a great range of visiting scholars at the Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics and Ethics. Each has shared their work and insight with our staff and student members, while benefitting from the input to their scholarship that they receive in return.
All applications must be approved by the Dean of the School of Humanities and Social Science. The University charges successful applicants a fee of £200. This secures a University of Brighton IT account, email address and access to the University’s libraries and other facilities.
Applicants must submit, via a CAPPE sponsor, a completed application form, a completed IT Account Registration Form and a CV. Guidance on applying to the VRF scheme can be found on this downloadable pdf document.
The list includes current and recent scholars.
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