Deadline: 01 December 2017
Open to: applicants from both Germany, European and non-European countries
Fellowship: junior fellowships – 2500 euro per month; Post-doc fellowships – 3500 euro per month; Distinguished fellowships – 5000 euro per month;
Applications are invited for Fellowships at the Center for Holocaust Studies at the Institute for Contemporary History Munich for research stays in Munich in 2018. Applicants from both Germany, European and non-European countries are welcome.
The Institute for Contemporary History includes the research departments in Munich and Berlin, the Federal Office of Foreign Affairs and the Documentation Obersalzberg. In the capital city of Munich, our scientists are investigating Nazi rule and its prehistory as well as fascism in Italy.
The following criteria must be met in... Read More »
Deadline: 31 October 2017
Open to: any nationality
Benefits: monthly gross salary € 2.970,20.
The Institute for Modern and Contemporary Historical Research (INZ), a research institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW), the largest non-university institution for basic research in Austria, is advertising the position of a Research Associate (f/m) in the Research Field of Historical Balkan Linguistics (40 hours per week / full time – temporary).
The INZ is a research institute with different thematic focuses in the field of modern history; the work strongly relies on the connection of thematic research with long-term projects, primarily in the area of historical editions and biographical reference works. Within this dynamic research environment, you set independent research priorities in a cultural and social science-oriented... Read More »
Deadline: 1st December 2017
Open to: people between 18-30 years old
Costs: no fee
The Department of History, Center for Polish and European studies of Jerzy Wladyslaw Giedroyc and Student scholarly society of humanities “Potluck” are glad to invite students, postgraduates and postdocs to participate in the International Scholarly Conference for Young Researchers “Exploring the Past: New Social History at the Crossroads of Methodological Trends”, which will take place on March 22-23, 2018 at the National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla academy”. This conference is the next from the series of annual international seminars “Exploring the Past…” launched this year and positioning itself as an academic forum for discussion on the methodology of historical research. The purpose of the conference is to create... Read More »
Deadline: 30 July 2017
Open to: postgraduate students, students in the last years of the undergraduate studies or recent graduates
Venue: 24 – 29 September 2017 in Ulm/Neu-Ulm, Germany
This year’s summer school will be the fourth Danube Summer School in Ulm/Neu Ulm, Germany. We are currently laying out the program. Similar to last year will be the venues (Vöhlin Castle, City Hall Ulm) and the structure and the time (Sep 24 – 29). We will however include more international lecturers and high level political decision makers from the Danube Region. It will be open for applicants from all over the Danube Region.
The Danube Summer School is a short term study program for postgraduate students and young professionals, who... Read More »
Deadline: 15 August 2017
Open to: young historians, social scientists, journalists, social activists under the age of 40
Venue: Warsaw, Krakow, Wroclaw – Poland
The call for applications is now open for the First International School titled Poland and Central and Eastern Europe – 2017. The language of instruction is English. Each participant will be required to publish a text on a topic covered during the School (within 6 months following the School).
The stay in Poland starts on 1 October 2017 in Warsaw and ends on 12 October 2017 in Wroclaw.
The School is open to:
Dedicated to young historians, social scientists, journalists, social activists, popularizers of Polish and Central European history;
People from Western and Eastern Europe, the United States,... Read More »
Deadline: 4 August 2017
Open to: participants coming from Macedonia, Kosovo and Germany
Venue: 10 – 19 September 2017 in Bitola, Macedonia
The project will take place in Bitola, in south-western Macedonia. The city had once been a busy intersection in which members of different religions and ethnicities have made their homes. The Jewish cemetery is considered to be one of the most important in the Balkans and it tells the history of the large Sephardic community that lived here for almost five centuries. The cemetery ceased functioning in March 1943 when nearly the entire local Jewish community was deported and murdered. Despite its historical importance and great educational potential, the cemetery has been neglected for decades. In 2015, a local initiative started to renovate the cemetery and create a memorial park.
The objective behind the idea is twofold: to... Read More »
Deadline: 4 September 2017
Open to: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the UK
Scholarship: EUR 2,100 gross per month
Roosevelt Institute for American Studies is happy to announce its Ph.D. Scholarships starting from 1 November 2017. Applicants from EU countries are eligible to apply for this scholarship program.
The RIAS is a graduate school, library, research and conference center for the study of US history and transatlantic relations in the modern era.
The Roosevelt Institute was previously the Roosevelt Study Center, which was established in 1986 to facilitate and promote the study of American history. As of 1 January 2017, the Center has renamed the Roosevelt Institute for American Studies. The RIAS possesses an archive and... Read More »
Deadline: 1 August 2017
Open to: PhD students of political science, international relations as well as economics, history, law and social sciences
Venue: 17-18 October 2017 at Institut Barcelona d’Estudis Internacionals (IBEI) – Spain
Several interconnected crises are profoundly affecting relations between the European Union and Turkey. The refugee crisis, the failed coup attempt in Turkey of July 2016, the UK’s aspiration to exit the European Union, Turkey’s Constitutional referendum, bilateral tensions between Turkey and individual EU Member States, the unravelling neighbourhood and rising Eurosceptic trends on both sides are just the most recent examples.
Although Turkey has always been an integral part of Europe’s history, a contrasting mix of conflict and cooperation, has been at the heart of the dense relationship between Turkey... Read More »
Deadline: 15 August 2017
Open to: international PhD students
Scholarship: EUR 1,200/month
The Leibniz Institute of European History (IEG) awards research scholarships and fellowships to young academics (doctoral and postdoctoral researchers) from Germany and abroad.
Funding is provided for both doctoral and postdoctoral research dealing with the religious, political, social and cultural history of Europe from the early modern period to 1989/90. Comparative, transnational and transfer-historical research projects are particularly welcome, as are projects which deal with topics of intellectual, church or theological history.
If they wish, scholarship holders and fellows can collaborate with the academic staff of the IEG in the Institute’s research areas. Each scholarship holder is assigned a contact person from among the academic staff of the IEG who can offer them advice and... Read More »
Deadline: 29 May 2017
Open to: young researchers: historians, cultural and social scientists, city planners and architects
Venue: 4 – 15 September 2017, Belgrade and Sarajevo
The summer school “History Takes Place – Dynamics of Urban Change” will bring together from 4 to 15 September 2017 twenty international young researchers – historians, art historians, archaeologists, cultural and social scientists, city planners and architects. This year’s program is focused on the complex and multi-layered history of Belgrade and Sarajevo. The ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius and the Gerda Henkel Foundation invite the participants to study the connections between historical events and spatial development.
The comprehensive program will provide insight into the cities’ history, politics, society, theory, literature, art, music, and film, thus enabling an in-depth understanding... Read More »