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Scholarships for Post-Docs and Senior Scholars the Heinz Heinen Kolleg, Bonn Center for Dependency and Slavery Studies

Call for Applications - 2019/2020

Heinz Heinen Kolleg is a center for advanced studies. It is part of the Cluster of Excellence “Beyond Slavery and Freedom. Asymmetric Dependencies in pre-modern societies” (https://www.dependency.uni-bonn.de/en?set_language=en) funded by the German Excellence Strategy which is aimed at strengthening Germany’s position as an outstanding place for research in the long term and further improve its international competitiveness.

The Bonn Center for Dependency and Slavery Studies that hosts the Cluster of Excellence approaches asymmetrical dependencies in different societies in five different Research Areas. These form five different thematic and methodological angles. For each of these Research Areas, specific conceptual debates and approaches within the humanities are drawn upon and put to the test, the aim being to arrive at a new social history of asymmetrical dependencies. For the academic year of 2019/2020 the Cluster's thematic emphasis will be on Research Area A, “Grammars of Dependency.” Research Area A focuses on the textual articulation of dependencies and the production and use of a "grammar of dependency" by making use of the new interest in historical semantics. You can find more information here: https://www.dependency.uni-bonn.de/en/program/research-areas/research-a-grammars-of-dependency/description-of-ra-a.

Heinz Heinen Kolleg is calling for applications for scholarships for up to 12 months
Three postdoctoral fellowships:
a)     monthly stipend (for further information please contact Ms. Wencke Uhl via: [Email protection active, please enable JavaScript.])
b)     travel allowance
c)     basic accommodation
Three senior-scholar fellowship (for holders of tenured positions):
a)     a monthly stipend (for further information please contact Ms. Wencke Uhl via: [Email protection active, please enable JavaScript.])
b)     travel allowance
c)     basic accommodation

 

The prospective start date is October 2019.
 
Application Procedure

Please submit all of the following documents in Pdf format by 15 March 2019 to Sarah Dusend via [Email protection active, please enable JavaScript.]
1)     a statement (max. 4 pages) outlining
  • the candidate’s academic interest in the field of dependency and slavery studies
  • project description
  • relevance for the BCDSS
2)     concise Curriculum Vitae
3)     list of principal publications
4)     PhD certificate (only postdoctoral applicants)
5)     two letters of recommendation (only postdoctoral applicants)
 
Incomplete or late applications will not be considered. Successful candidates will be informed by early April 2019.
 
 
 

 

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