Visiting Fellowship Program

The Visiting Fellowship Program brings early and mid-career researchers to the Australian Centre to collaborate on innovative research with a particular focus on advancing the study of Indigenous-settler relations. By collaborating on innovative projects alongside Centre researchers, fellows, affiliated researchers, and stakeholders, visiting fellows play an integral part in fostering a vibrant research culture at the University of Melbourne.

Each year, the Centre offers four visiting fellowships too early to mid-career academics who hold institutional affiliations (University or equivalent research or cultural organisation). These fellowships represent a unique and enriching opportunity for scholars to fully immerse themselves in an intellectually stimulating environment while actively contributing to shaping the discourse surrounding Indigenous-settler relations, making a meaningful impact on this important field of study.