Our Visiting Scholars Program hosts scholars and graduate students from around the world. Visiting Scholar residence ranges from a week to a year or more. Recent scholar biographies and interviews are available on the Visiting Scholars tabs to the left.
Visiting Scholars are provided with a shared office and library privileges, as well as access to Emory's vibrant community of scholars and other resources, including those of the Feminism and Legal Theory archive.
To apply to be a Visiting Scholar send your application materials via email as a Microsoft Word or PDF attachment to Rachel Ezrol (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Application Material Requirements:
Statement of Purpose
Please indicate the dates you wish to be a Visiting Scholar and include a description of your current research project along with an indication of how you think you will benefit from residence at Emory.
Please indicate if you are seeking funding from the Visiting Scholars Program. Most scholars are funded by their own institutions, but some limited funds are available if that is not possible.
The Interview Exchange Project serves to provide visiting scholars the opportunity to showcase their scholarship and share socio-legal and cultural perspectives. This is one of several opportunities we provide to help integrate our visiting scholars into the Emory scholarly community and promote connection.