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Global Racial Justice Graduate Fellowships

Black Lives Matter June 2020 protest in Manchester, UK

We're looking for graduate students to join the Einaudi Center's vital work on global racial justice.

Apply now for a Global Racial Justice Graduate Fellowship in the program's inaugural spring 2021 semester! Graduate fellows will engage with a broad, interdisciplinary community committed to the study of global racial justice; assist faculty with ongoing projects; and plan and implement a seminar series, webinar events, or colloquium sessions according to the cohort’s preferences.

Awardees are encouraged to present their own work-in-progress to the fellows' colloquium. Fellows may also mentor undergraduate scholars. All fellows will be expected to participate in the Einaudi Center’s activities and meet biweekly with the cohort and Einaudi director Rachel Beatty Riedl.

Racial Justice at Einaudi

The Einaudi Center supports public scholarship, thought leadership, and advocacy campaigns for antiracism and racial justice in education, migration and citizenship regimes, climate and land policy, economic opportunities, food systems, health, politics, and policing. Read more about Einaudi’s inequalities and social justice research.

Our faculty racial justice research team and Global Public Voices fellows work with international partners to conduct and disseminate sustained research on racism and structural inequality. Meet the Global Public Voices fellows.

Our campus activities include programming and presentations by global experts. Check out our December 2020 Lund Debate: The Police and the Public and #SummerPassport webinar on Global Approaches to Race, Ethnicity and Inequality.


The spring 2021 cycle is closed.


Stipend of $500 for the semester.

How to Apply

Fill out the online application at the link below. Selected students will be notified by March 1, 2021.


Please email the Einaudi Center if you have questions about the fellowship or your application.

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