Who can visit the Centre?

The Centre hosts academics at various stages of their careers. We also welcome PhD students at the advanced stages of their study. Learn more about visitors here.

How long is a research visit?

The length of time spent in the Centre vary, with some staying for a week, others for a year.

What is the procedure for applying for a visiting fellowship?

Visitors planning to spend more than three weeks at the Centre must get in touch with one of the academic staff based at the Centre to discuss the project they will work on during their stay.

What are the expectations from visitors?

Visitors are expected to deliver a seminar at the Deliberative Democracy Seminar Series which takes place on Tuesdays at 11 am. Guests are encouraged to join the Centre’s weekly morning tea on Tuesdays at 10:30 am, participate in reading groups, workshops, public events, and engagement activities.

They may also co-organise activities with staff and students. In the past, we held book workshops, writing retreats and methods café with our guests.

Is there funding available?

There are occasional calls for visitor grants, such as the University of Canberra’s Distinguished International Visitor Prize.

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