Sabtu, 28 Agustus 2010

PhD Scholarship in German literature, culture, politics, or society at The Institute for German Studies

Abstract
The Institute for German Studies at the University of Birmingham, UK, is looking to appoint a full-time PhD student, as part of the 3-year DAAD-funded research project “Zeitgeist: What does it mean to be German in the 21st century?”

Eligibility

  • applicants from the UK or abroad;
  • applicants will preferably have or be about to complete a Masters degree;
  • excellent German;
  • a background in German Studies;
  • research interests in the field of contemporary German literature, culture, politics, or society.


Fund
The successful applicant will receive a fees and upkeep award equivalent to current AHRC/EHRC studentship rates.

Application procedure
All interested applicants should submit following documents:
  1. full CV;
  2. a detailed proposal for the PhD project;
  3. the names of two academic referees.
The application file need to be submitted to Professor Sarah Colvin at:

sarah.colvin@ed.ac.uk or Dr Carolyn Rowe: c.s.rowe@bham.ac.uk

With any further queries contact professor mentioned above.

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