PhD: Institute for German Studies, UK

Deadline: open call
Open to:
applicants with Master degree
Fund: applicant will receive a fees and upkeep award

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?”

* 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.

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: [email protected] or Dr Carolyn Rowe: [email protected]

With any further queries contact professor mentioned above.

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