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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.










Ausschreibung Marie Heim-Vögtlin-Beiträge für (Post-)Doktorandinnen in der Schweiz. Deadline: 2.8.2014

  • Die MHV-Beiträge richten sich an Doktorandinnen und Postdoktorandinnen in der Schweiz, die ihre Forschungstätigkeit aufgrund ihrer familiären Situation unterbrechen oder reduzieren mussten. MHV ermöglicht die Verbesserung des wissenschaftlichen Profils und eine längerfristige Fortsetzung der wissenschaftlichen Karriere mit einem eigenen Forschungsprojekt.

    Ein Beitrag umfasst das Salär für maximal zwei Jahre und kann zusätzlich einen Teil der Forschungskosten sowie der Kinderbetreuungskosten abdecken. Eine Teilzeitbeschäftigung ist möglich.

für weitere Infos siehe http://www.snf.ch/de/foerderung/karrieren/mhv-beitraege/Seiten/default.aspx

 

PhD opportunity in English Literature: Gender and Sexuality Studies and / or the Medical Humanities at the
Teesside University Middlesborough (UK). Deadline: 11.7.2014

  • Applications are invited for a PhD in the field of Modern and Contemporary Literature and Culture; applications in the areas of Gender and Sexuality Studies and / or the Medical Humanities may be especially welcome.
    An enhanced stipend of £15,000 per annum is offered to a strong candidate for this full time PhD scholarship within the English research group, which is based within the Institute for Design, Culture and the Arts at Teesside University. The scholarship is funded by Teesside University, and will be for three years, subject to satisfactory progress.
    The English research group is a dynamic community, with a focus on Modern and Contemporary Literature and Culture. Research areas include twentieth and twenty first century literature and culture, gender and sexuality studies, postcolonial studies, film, television and digital media studies, creative writing, and theatre and performance studies.

for more information see http://www.findaphd.com/search/ProjectDetails.aspx?PJID=55121

 

3-year Doctoral Fellowship on "Globalizing medical genetics" (CERMES3, FRA). Deadline: July 15, 2014

  • CERMES3 announces a 3-year full-time doctoral fellowship (2014-2017) financed through the European Research Council project GLOBHEALTH, "From international to global: Knowledge and diseases and the post-war government of health". The PhD is to be defended at EHESS Paris. This doctoral research should centre on the processes, which led to the inscription of medical genetics on the agenda of international public health in general and of the WHO in particular. It may address issues of research, clinical practice and/or public health policies. The nature of the investigation can be historical, sociological or anthropological. It should however address issues of expertise and/or the changing relationship between health government and development strategies. Proposals linking the development of local practices in non-Western countries with the role of international organizations and experts networks will be of peculiar interest. The description of the project should include a presentation of the intended fieldwork. The doctoral project falls under the domain "Placing genetics on the world health agenda: the globalization of a medical specialty", one of four to be examined by the ERC project GLOBHEALTH.
    The PhD project will be located at CERMES3, Villejuif/Paris, but will involve research in Geneva (WHO) and other sites, possibly in Africa or Asia. Supervision will be offered by Jean-Paul Gaudillière (historian) and Claire Beaudevin (medical anthropologist). Applicants should hold a Masters' Degree in anthropology or history, but other disciplines will be considered. Some background and interest in mental health, psychiatry, pharmaceuticals or public health is an asset. Good oral, reading and writing skills in English are required; some knowledge of French is preferable.

for more information see http://docs.google.com/file/d/0B6lFtrsxAAuFejB6NGFkclM1RDZOeThRVVNiQkdjZVJ0OGtv/edit?pli=1

 

PhD Scholarship in English Literature: Gender and Sexuality Studies and/or the Medical Humanities (Teesside University, UK). Deadline: July 11, 2014

  • Applications are invited for a PhD in the field of Modern and Contemporary Literature and Culture; applications in the areas of Gender and Sexuality Studies and / or the Medical Humanities may be especially welcome.

    An enhanced stipend of £15,000 per annum is offered to a strong candidate for this full time PhD scholarship within the English research group, which is based within the Institute for Design, Culture and the Arts at Teesside University. The scholarship is funded by Teesside University, and will be for three years, subject to satisfactory progress.

    The English research group is a dynamic community, with a focus on Modern and Contemporary Literature and Culture. Research areas include twentieth and twenty first century literature and culture, gender and sexuality studies, postcolonial studies, film, television and digital media studies, creative writing, and theatre and performance studies.

for information see http://www.findaphd.com/search/ProjectDetails.aspx?PJID=55121

 

PhD research studentship in the Sociology area funded by the School of Law ans Social Sciences (University of East London, UK) on the Project:  Feminist organising for migrant rights. Deadline: June 29th 2014

  • The school is characterised by its diversity and commitment to multidisciplinarity, and many of its staff are internationally recognised scholars. The successful applicant will work in an established research group within the School and will become a member of an active and dynamic academic community. The student will be affiliated with two high profile research centres, the Centre for Migration, Refugees and Belonging, and the Centre for Narrative Research. The postgraduate research culture of the School of Law and  Social Sciences is very vibrant, with PhD students from four continents, and there is an extensive network of resources which have been put in place to support students.  Each year the school publishes an annual yearbook of PhD research,and organises numerous postgraduate conferences and symposia. In 2008 RAE, our Sociology submission was the highest-rated of any post -92 university, and one of the largest in the country with 75% of its work judged of international significance and 10% rated as world class. There is a discipline/subject specific research-training programme, and there is a purpose-built research and study space for students.

The studentship is for a period of three years, subject to satisfactory progress and provides an annual stipend of £15,863 (Research Council recommended rate plus £2000 for London costs), payment of tuition fees at the UK/EU rate and research costs. *Applicants from outside the UK/EU are eligible to apply for the studentship on the understanding that the difference in the cost of tuition fee is payable by the candidate. Current full time UK/EU and International fees are £3,996 and £11,000 respectively.

for more information see http://www.uel.ac.uk/study/pgr/phdstudentships/schooloflawandsocialsciences/

 

The Netherlands Research School of Gender Studies (NOG) offers a 5 month Intensive Programme  yearly from February 1 to June 30 (Utrecht University, NL). Deadline for application: September 15, 2014

  • This programme consists of several courses plus two special research seminars, one for the Gender staff and one for the PhD's students called the PhD Reading/Writing seminar. You'll be assigned a mentor with whom you'll have individual meetings to discuss your programme and your progress. In addition to the courses we offer the Doing Gender Lecture Series as well as master classes with experts in the field of gender and postcolonial studies. Pre-requisite for admission: a Master's degree or the equivalent of a MA in gender or gender-related areas. The NOG Board will make a profound evaluation about the global value of your foreign higher education. The tuition fee for this programme is €2500,- (including use of the university library and university internet facilities). Fees are exclusive of room, board and insurance.

for more information see http://www.graduategenderstudies.nl/education/5-month-intensive-programme/

 

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)

Zuletzt aktualisiert: 04.07.2014 · Mirjam Dierkes

 
 
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