Stipendien

Sonderprogramm zur Förderung des Historikernachwuchses in Russland, der Ukraine, Moldawien und Weißrussland

Die Gerda Henkel Stiftung bietet seit 2001 ein Programm zur Förderung des Historiker-Nachwuchses in Russland, der Ukraine, Moldawien und Weißrussland an. Ziel dieses zeitlich befristeten Sonderprogramms ist es, die Beschäftigung junger Historiker/-innen mit der Geschichte des eigenen Landes zu unterstützen, Forschungsarbeiten zu beziehungsgeschichtlichen bzw. komparatistischen Themen anzuregen und die Erschließung von historischem Archivmaterial zu ermöglichen. Die Teilnehmer des Programms sollen möglichst mit deutschen Osteuropa- Historikern/-innen kooperieren, die eine Mentorenfunktion übernehmen und in regelmäßigem Kontakt mit den Geförderten stehen.

Various scholarships for students from Central and Eastern Europe

1. Mummert-Stip. Wirtschafts-/Ingenieurswiss., Koeln/Aachen 30.11.08
2. Stip. MSc Umweltpolitik, Annandale-on-Hudson 2.02.09
3. Stip. MA Soziologie/Anthropologie, Northfield 1.02.09
4. Visegrad-Stip., Visegrad Staaten 31.01.09
5. Berlin-Stip. Stift. EVZ, Berlin 31.01.09
6. Weidenfeld-Stip. MA/PhD, Oxford 9.01.09
7. Stip. MA Friedensforsch. u. Sicherheitspol., Hamburg 15.03.09
8. VMS/Bosch Stift. Stip. DeutschlehrerInnen, OE/OME/SOE 1.02.09
9. Haniel-Stift. Go East Stip., OME 15.12.08
10. Eiffel Stip. MA/PhD, Frankreich 9.01.09

 

Graduate and PhD Programme „Ukrainian and Canadian Folklore“, University of Alberta

The Kule Centre for Ukrainian and Canadian Folklore invites applications to the graduate program in Ukrainian Folklore based in the Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies, University of Alberta. The program offers both the MA and PhD degrees. Courses cover the verbal arts, both prose and poetry, material culture, dance, ritual practices in Ukraine and Canada, folklore theory and methodology, and folk belief. Students may choose fieldwork in either Ukraine or Canada or a combination of the two. A recent agreement with the Rylskyi Institute of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences should expand field and archival research possibilities in Ukraine. Students and researchers benefit from the substantial collections of our Bohdan Medwidsky Ukrainian Folklore Archives, and from rich local community resources.

Graduate and PhD Programme "Ukrainian and Canadian Folklore", University of Alberta

The Kule Centre for Ukrainian and Canadian Folklore invites applications to the graduate program in Ukrainian Folklore based in the Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies, University of Alberta. The program offers both the MA and PhD degrees. Courses cover the verbal arts, both prose and poetry, material culture, dance, ritual practices in Ukraine and Canada, folklore theory and methodology, and folk belief. Students may choose fieldwork in either Ukraine or Canada or a combination of the two. A recent agreement with the Rylskyi Institute of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences should expand field and archival research possibilities in Ukraine. Students and researchers benefit from the substantial collections of our Bohdan Medwidsky Ukrainian Folklore Archives, and from rich local community resources.

2 PhD POSITIONS WITHIN EUROPEAN CULTURAL STUDIES / CONTEMPORARY HISTORY AT THE NORWEGIAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

The Department of Foreign Languages at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim has available 2 PhD positions connected to the research project Exhibiting Europe. The Construction of European Integration and Identity in the Musée de l?Europe funded by the Norwegian Research Council (NFR). This project seeks to understand how „Europe“ and the European Union are represented and constructed in European-level exhibitions, the planned Musée de L?Europe and in selected national (cultural and history) museums throughout Europe. The positions are for 3 years. The starting date is 1 October 2008.