Freie Universitaet Berlin – Center for Global History
|Location:||Berlin – Germany|
|Funding for:||UK Students, EU Students, International Students|
|Funding amount:||Not specified|
|Placed on:||1st March 2018|
|Closes:||23rd April 2018|
Call for Applications
Application Deadline: 23 April 2018
The Emmy Noether Research Group Reaching the People: Communication and Global Orders in the Twentieth Century invites applications for a fully-funded PhD position. The successful candidate will be part of the Center for Global History at Freie Universität Berlin.
The Emmy Noether Research Group Reaching the People seeks to investigate the role of mass communication in twentieth-century conceptions of global order. The research group follows a broad definition of communication, including the study of language, of media and media technologies, and of the origins of communication studies as a scientific discipline.
The research group is funded by the German Research Council (DFG). It offers a stimulating research environment at the Center for Global History at Freie Universität as well as substantial financial support for archival stays. The PhD student will be fully integrated into a strong network of international scholars in area studies and global history both at the university itself and in Berlin more broadly.
The successful candidate will develop a PhD dissertation in the field of global communication history in the twentieth century as well as contribute to the activities of the research group more generally. The dissertation project will connect with the research agenda of the group and focus on a specific area outside of Europe during the period of decolonization.
The fellowship is offered as a research position on a fixed-term basis, starting on 1 October 2018 (salary group TV-L 13, 65%, 3 years, with additional funds for research and archival trips available).
For a detailed description of the research agenda, and more information on how to apply, please visit http://www.geschkult.fu-berlin.de/reaching-the-people.
For all further queries, please contact the head of the research group, Dr. Valeska Huber (email@example.com).
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