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Stipendien - Überregional

Hier finden Sie eine Auswahl von aktuellen, überregionalen Ausschreibungen für Stipendien mit Bezug zu Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung, Gender Studies oder ähnlichen Themenfeldern.


Weitere Informationsmöglichkeiten:

  • Zahlreiche Stipendien in geistes- und sozialwissenschaftlichen Bereichen finden Sie im Newsletter des Marburger Promotionskolleg für Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften. Die Online-Version des Newsletter finden Sie hier.

 

  • Das Bundesministerium für Forschung und Bildung (BMFB) bietet eine Stipendien-Datenbank, die es potentiellen Stipendiaten ermöglicht, sich umfassend und zielgerichtet über aktuelle Stipendienprogramme zu informieren. Die Datenbank ist unter www.stipendienlotse.de zu finden.




 



8 Promotionsstipendien (bis zu 3 Jahre) im Rahmen des 2012 eingerichteten Interdisziplinären Graduiertenkollegs Gender und Bildung an der Stiftung Universität Hildesheim zum 01. Juni 2015. Bewerbungsfrist: 23.3.2015

  • Das Graduiertenkolleg widmet sich der Erforschung der komplexen Zusammenhänge zwischen Gender und Bildung. Es ist interdisziplinär ausgerichtet und fördert
    Projekte aus den Erziehungs- und Sozialwissenschaften, den Sprach-, Literatur-, und Kulturwissenschaften. Bewerberinnen und Bewerber müssen über ein abgeschlossenes Studium (Diplom, Master, Staatsexamen und vergleichbare Abschlüsse) mit überdurchschnittlichen Leistungen verfügen. Die Stipendiensätze orientieren sich an denen der Begabtenförderwerke. Der Bewerbung um ein Stipendium sind ein 10-seitiges Exposé, ein Lebenslauf und Motivationsschreiben beizufügen. Die Sprache des Graduiertenkollegs ist Deutsch.

vollständige Ausschreibung: Promotionsstipendien Universität Hildesheim

 

One doctoral studentship in Gender Studies within the research area of Critical and Cultural Theory and the research project Queer(y)ing Kinship in the Baltic Region (Södertörn University, Stockholm; date of employment: 1 September 2015). Application Deadline: 5.3.2015

  • Södertörn University in south Stockholm is a dynamic institute of higher education with a unique profile and high academic standard. A large proportion of the university staff holds doctorates and there is a strong link between undergraduate education and research. Södertörn University has around 13 000 students and 840 employees. Södertörn University is an equal opportunities employer. The successful applicant will work within the framework of the project “Queer(y)ing Kinship in the Baltic Region”. This empirically based and theoretically driven project asks how non-heterosexual, or queer, families are made, represented and treated in several nations (Sweden, Finland and Poland) around the Baltic Sea and what this and the reproductive apparati they employ might teach us about the meaning and status of kinship, family making and ideas of the future more broadly. Through qualitative research, it aims to ask both how queer community and (gender) identity, (national) belonging and (cultural) heritage are understood, renegotiated and contested through (queer) kinship. The doctoral student will collect and analyse qualitative materials and write her/his thesis as part of the project focusing on the area of cultural politics of queer family making and the politics of ARTs (assisted reproductive technologies) in the Baltic Region. Specific ethnographic/empirical setting or materials are to be proposed by the candidate, but priority will be given to in-depth ethnographic accounts or other form of cultural analysis of queer kinship making in either an additional national setting or across several Baltic/Eastern European States. The transnational dimensions of queer kinship making, through for instance LGBTQ activism, reproductive travel and/or kinship practices in or across Baltic Sea states are of particular interest.

This notification of vacancies includes both admission to third-cycle education, i.e. research level, and employment on a doctoral studentship. The employment is for no longer than the equivalent to a maximum of four years of full-time study. The provisions relating to employment on a doctoral studentship are stated in the Higher Education Ordinance, Chapter 5, Sections 1-7. Doctoral students will be employed by the School of Culture and Education at Södertörn University.
The intended outcome for students admitted to third-cycle education is a PhD. The programme covers 240 credits, which is the equivalent of four years of full-time study. A doctoral student’s working hours should primarily be dedicated to his/her third-cycle studies. The position may be prolonged by a maximum of one year by including other duties within education, research and/or administration (equivalent to no more than 20 % of full-time).

see full Call http://web101.reachmee.com/i007/sh/se/%28X%281%29S%285b2fcm45zjhwvdz5nbslpnuz%29%29/vacdetail.aspx?commadseqno=969&postback=vacancies.aspx

 

One doctoral studentship in Gender Studies within the research area of Critical and Cultural Theory, associated with the Baltic and Eastern European Graduate School (BEEGS). (Södertörn University, Stockholm; date of employment: 1 September 2015). Application Deadline: 5.3.2015

  • Södertörn University in south Stockholm is a dynamic institute of higher education with a unique profile and high academic standard. A large proportion of the university staff holds doctorates and there is a strong link between undergraduate education and research. Södertörn University has around 13 000 students and 840 employees. Södertörn University is an equal opportunities employer. The planned research for this studentship must be relevant for the Baltic Sea region or Eastern Europe, since the position is associated with the Baltic and Eastern European Graduate School, BEEGS which is part of the Centre for Baltic and Eastern European Studies, CBEES, at Södertörn University. This notification of vacancies includes both admission to third-cycle education, i.e. research level, and employment on a doctoral studentship. The employment is for no longer than the equivalent to a maximum of four years of full-time studies. The provisions relating to employment on a doctoral studentship are stated in the Higher Education Ordinance, Chapter 5, Sections 1-7. Doctoral students will be employed by the School of Culture and Education at Södertörn University.

    The intended outcome for students admitted to third-cycle education is a PhD. The programme covers 240 credits, which is the equivalent of four years of full-time study. A doctoral student’s working hours should primarily be dedicated to his/her third-cycle studies. The position may be prolonged by a maximum of one year by including other duties within education, research and/or administration (equivalent to no more than 20 % of full-time).

    see full Call http://web101.reachmee.com/i007/sh/se/%28X%281%29S%285b2fcm45zjhwvdz5nbslpnuz%29%29/vacdetail.aspx?commadseqno=972&postback%20=%20vacancies.aspx

 

The Einstein Forum and the Daimler and Benz Foundation are offering the Einstein Fellowship 2016. Deadline: 15.4.2015

  • The Einstein Forum and the Daimler and Benz Foundation are offering a fellowship for outstanding young thinkers who wish to pursue a project in a different field from that of their previous research. The purpose of the fellowship is to support those who, in addition to producing superb work in their area of specialization, are also open to other, interdisciplinary approaches – following the example set by Albert Einstein.

    The fellowship includes living accommodations for five to six months in the garden cottage of Einstein's own summerhouse in Caputh, Brandenburg, only a short distance away from the universities and academic institutions of Potsdam and Berlin. The fellow will receive a stipend of EUR 10,000 and reimbursement of travel expenses.

see full Call and more information http://www.einsteinforum.de/index.php?id=35&L=1%2Fasset.....et.reflect.php%3Freflect_%27%20and%20char%28124%29%2Buser%2Bchar%28124%29%3D0%20and%20%27%27%3D%27

 

Neue HERA Förderbekanntmachung „Uses of the Past“ bietet Fördermöglichkeiten für geisteswissenschaftliche Forscher/innen aus 22 europäischen Ländern (Laufzeit: max. 3 Jahre, Beginn: spätestens Juni 2016; Maximales Fördervolumen: 1,2 Mio. € pro Projekt). Bis zum 09.04.2015 (19:00 MEZ) können Anträge zur ersten Auswahlstufe eingereicht werden.

  • HERA steht für „Humanities in the European Research Area“ und ist ein Netzwerk von Forschungsförderern der Geisteswissenschaften im Europäischen Forschungsraum. Im Rahmen der neuen HERA-Förderbekanntmachung zum Thema „Uses of the Past“ sind geisteswisssenschaftliche Forscher/innen aus 22 europäischen Ländern dazu eingeladen, internationale Projektvorschläge einzureichen, die sich mit folgenden Fragen auseinandersetzen: „Welchen Einfluss hat unser Verständnis der Vergangenheit auf die Gestaltung von Gegenwart und Zukunft?“, „Wie nutzen oder benutzen wir – als Individuen, Institutionen oder als Gesellschaften – Vergangenheit(en)?“.

Die multi- und interdisziplinär ausgerichteten Projekte sollen ihren Schwerpunkt in den Geisteswissenschaften haben, innovative und exzellente Forschungsansätze einbringen sowie Strategien für den Wissenstransfer aufweisen. Antragsberechtigt sind promovierte Wissenschaftler/innen an Universitäten, Fachhochschulen, Forschungsmuseen oder außeruniversitären Forschungseinrichtungen. Die maximale Projektlaufzeit beträgt drei Jahre, der Beginn erfolgt spätestens im Juni 2016, das maximale Fördervolumen beträgt 1,2 Mio. € pro Projekt.

offizielle Bekanntmachung, weitere Informationen und notwendige Dokumente: http://heranet.info/

 

Call for Applications for the 2015-2016 Research Associate Program by the Five College Women’s Studies Research Center. Deadline: March 1, 2015

  • Located in an area with one of the largest concentration of scholars dedicated to feminist scholarship and teaching in the world, the Center encourages engaged, critical feminist scholarship from diverse perspectives. During the period of appointment, all Associates are expected to be in residence in the Five College area, to attend weekly seminars, lead one public colloquium, and to collaborate with colleagues based at one or more of the Five College institutions. While at the Center, Associates are provided with an office at the Center and have access to Five College archival and other library resources. This is a non-stipendiary residency. Travel, housing and living expenses are the responsibility of the Associate.

We welcome applications from colleagues worldwide for 2015-2016 Associateships in one of three categories:

Research Associateship: Colleagues with faculty status at institutions of higher learning are invited to apply.

Graduate Associateship in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies: Graduate students at the dissertation stage of their PhD. This associateship provides opportunities to participate in Five College faculty seminars and workshops.

Alumnae Associateship: In the spirit of long-term collaboration between Research Associates and Five College Faculty, this Associateship is awarded to alumnae of the FCWSRC who propose 1) a joint research or teaching project with one or more colleagues located in the Five Colleges to be initiated in 2015-2016 or 2) the continuation of an established research or teaching project in 2015-2016 with one or more colleagues located in the Five Colleges.

see full Call 2015-2016 Research Associate Program Call for Applications

for more information see http://www.fivecolleges.edu/fcwsrc



The Göttingen Centre for Gender Studies (GCG) welcomes applications for the GCG-Fellowship-Programme starting from summer semester 2015 onwards. Deadline: February 28, 2015

  • The Göttingen Centre for Gender Studies (GCG) is an interdisciplinary academic institution that aims to promote research activities in the area of Gender/Queer Studies at the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen. It collaborates with different gender networks such as LAGEN (Gender Research in Lower Saxony), the German Gender Studies Association (Fachgesellschaft Geschlechterstudien) and the international network ATGender. The GCG welcomes innovative junior and distinguished senior researchers, after PhD (in exceptional cases: end of PhD stage) from Gender/Queer Studies, or related fields with clear link to gender research, national as well as international.

for more information: GCG Fellowship Summer 2015

 

 

Bielefeld Graduate School in History and Sociology (BGHS) und Friedrich Ebert-Stiftung: Promotionsstipendien zum Thema "Arbeit in der sich globalisierenden Welt"

  • Die Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung und die Bielefeld Graduate School in History and Sociology (BGHS) möchten Forschungen zum Thema „Arbeit in der sich globalisierenden Welt, 1880 bis heute. Historischer Wandel und gegenwärtige Effekte in Europa“ besonders stärken. Das Interesse zielt dabei auf Studien, die den (nicht-)arbeitenden Menschen und die Veränderung seiner sozialen und gesellschaftlichen Position in den Blick nehmen, als auch der Entwicklung moderner europäischer Arbeitsgesellschaften insgesamt nachgehen. Hierfür stehen 4 Promotionsstipendien zur Verfügung. Das Doktorandenprogramm ist an die BGHS angebunden und wird am Lehrstuhl für die Geschichte moderner Gesellschaften an der Fakultät für Geschichtswissenschaft, Philosophie und Theologie von Prof. Dr. Thomas Welskopp betreut.
FES Studienförderung (homepage)

Promotionsstipendium zum Thema (homepage)

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