The Humanities Division at the University of Oxford and Université de Paris in partnership the CNRS, are delighted to announce a call for applications for research collaboration, within the Oxford-Université de Paris CNRS Humanities Research Partnership, referred to as the Paris-Oxford-Partnership (POP).

For more information on the partnership

University of Oxford

The first call for projects is open to students and researchers of Université de Paris as well as to partners of the Alliance Sorbonne Paris Cité (ASPC). It is supported by IdEX and with the collaboration of the CNRS and the Institut d’Etudes Avancées for hosting the Oxford partners in Paris.

This scheme facilitates exchange between institutions by offering Visiting Fellowships to academics from Oxford and Paris. There is also a workshop opportunity to support early career researchers as part of this partnership.

Eligibility criteria

For more details, please read here

How to apply?

Université de Paris academics are invited to apply for the Oxford Visiting Fellowships. Université de Paris applicants, must complete applications and send them by mail to :, with copy to Thomas Touzet, and Chantal KhanMalek 

Oxford academics are invited to apply for the Visiting Fellowships at the Université de Paris. Applicants from the University of Oxford should complete the designated form available on the IRAMS application system. Further information available here.


The deadline for submitting a proposal is on June 7th 2021

Mr Thomas Touzet, Project Manager, International Relations


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