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Opportunities (jobs and scholarships)

Roman Studies Course

The call for applications for this year's studies course, which will take place in Rome from 4 to 11 September, is open until 31 May 2022. It is aimed at advanced students and doctoral candidates in history and music history. Further information you can find in our Application portal.   

Opportunities (jobs and scholarships), CONTEMPORARY HISTORY

PhD Position Comtemporary History

The Department Zeitgeschichte/Histoire Contemporaine of the University of Fribourg is offering 1 PhD position for a period of up to 4 years in the field of contemporary history. The dissertation is part of the international research group "The Global Pontificate of Pius XII: Catholicism in a Divided World, 1945–1958". Application deadline: 2 June 2022. Requirements are a Master's degree in history with  ...   

Opportunities (jobs and scholarships), CONTEMPORARY HISTORY

Doctoral Fellowships Contemporary History

We are offering 2 doctoral fellowships for a period of up to 4 years in contemporary history.
The announced scholarships are intended to support PhD projects within the framework of the research group "The Global Pontificate of Pius XII: Catholicism in a Divided World, 1945–1958". Application deadline: 5 June 2022. The call is open to students planning to pursue a doctorate as well as for  ...   

Are you working on a topic related to entangled history and would like to present and discuss it with an international audience? The online seminar series organised by the DHIs in Paris and Rome offers space for this. It is addressed to both young and established scholars from all medieval disciplines. Send your abstract together with a short CV by 10th June 2022. Click here for more

It appears reductive to define the historical processes that characterised central and eastern Europe in medieval and modern times as a deviation or involution from the starting point of the western European model and outcomes, or as patent backwardness of the former compared to the latter. The most recent research moves beyond a dualistic view of the political, economic and social fortunes of the two parts of the continent.  ...   



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