Category Archives: Grants and Fellowships

Research Associate Position


Here it is, the job I mentioned earlier:

University of Newcastle

Faculty of Education and Arts

School of Humanities and Social Science


Vacancy No. 2154

Do you have expertise in biblical criticism, theology, and economic theory, especially in the field of Marxist economics?

The Sacred Economy project concerns economics and religion both in ancient societies (ancient Near East and the Hellenistic era) and the implications for the modern world, especially from the seventeenth century. As the Research Associate for this project you will provide supplementary advice in relation to the Sacred Economy and must have a completed PhD, within the last five years.

The position is available on a part-time (0.4) fixed term basis for a period of 3 years (1 July 2013 to 30 June 2016)

Please note:  In accordance with the University’s Staff Selection Guidelines, your application will be assessed on the selection criteria found at

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Templeton Grants in Philosophy


Over the past three years, the John Templeton Foundation has funded a number of major (multi-million dollar) projects of interest to philosophers. These projects include conferences, workshops, postdoctoral fellowships, research fellowships, course development grants, and essay contests–many of which are specifically targeted at philosophers. For application deadlines and more information, consult the websites of these active grants:

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