Applicants should email (note: ".rar" attachments will not be accepted by the college) the following materials, in English, to Nellie Kooistra email@example.com:
One-page Cover Letter
A complete Curriculum Vitae
Two Letters of Recommendation
One letter of recommendation should come from your department chair indicating his or her permission for you to spend the year at a US university should you receive the fellowship.
The statement should be no more than three pages describing the project on which you would like to work. This project should involve issues in moral philosophy very broadly construed (values, foundations of values, ethics, Chinese moral philosophy, virtues and vices, free will, etc.). Extraordinary proposals in science and religion will also be considered. Also, please send a recent photograph of yourself.
One paper in English. This can be published or unpublished.
January 15, 2012
Successful applicants will be notified by the following February 15.
Kelly James Clark
Department of Philosophy
Grand Rapids, MI 49546 USA
The final decision will be made by a committee with representatives from Calvin, Notre Dame and Baylor.
The Visiting Professor Programs are generously funded by the John Templeton Foundation