Fellows are responsible for maintaining the College as a place of education, learning and research, and for promoting its welfare more generally. Fellows may include visiting professors, postdoctoral researchers and doctoral researchers. Some senior administrators such as Bursars, may also be a member of the Fellowship. Fellows are members of the Governing Body with voting rights.
A Junior Research Fellowship offers men and women of exceptional intellectual calibre, for whom the Fellowship would be their first substantial paid academic or research appointment, an opportunity to pursue research for up to four years. JRFs are also members of the Governing Body.
Among our fellowship, there are experts in all the subjects offered at Homerton College. All the fellows you may meet during supervisions or lectures at Homerton College are also active researchers in their area of specialisation. As part of their academic work they produce books, articles, plays, compositions, monographs, and so on. Many of these publications form important contributions to their subject areas.