Applications are welcomed for Fellowships at the Center for Holocaust Studies at the Institute for Contemporary History Munich for research stays in Munich in2018 Applicants from both Germany, European and non-European nations are welcome.
TheInstitute for Contemporary History consists of the research departments in Munich and Berlin, the Federal Office of Foreign Affairs and the DocumentationObersalzberg In the capital city of Munich, our researchers are examining Nazi guideline and its prehistory along with fascism in Italy.
CourseLevel: Fellowships are readily available to pursue research.
StudySubject: The Fellowships are planned to assistance and promote international Holocaust research.
ScholarshipAward: The scholarship rate depends upon the scholastic degree of the candidates. Fellowships are divided into 3 classifications:
- JuniorFellowships (2500Euro monthly): for PhD students, in remarkable cases MasterCandidates These fellowships have the period of approximately 4 months.
- Post- doc Fellowships (3500Euros monthly): For post-docs and habili- tists. These fellowships have a period of approximately 4 months.
- DistinguishedFellowships (5000Euro monthly): for recognized scientists with Second Book, Habilitierte, and teachers. These fellowships have a period of 6 to twelve months.
In addition, more fellowships are granted in collaboration with cooperation partners:
- TheJoseph Wulf Fellowship together with the Memorialand Education Center House of the Wannsee Conference for Doctoral Candidates, in remarkable cases MasterCandidates This fellowship has the period of 2 months in Munich with a 2500 Euro scholarship and a month (ideally in summer season) in Berlin with totally free lodging in the visitor home of the memorial. A synchronised application to the Junior Fellowships of the Center is possible.
- TheCenter for Holocaust Studies at the Institute of Contemporary History and the Jack, Joseph and Morton Center for Advanced Holocaust Memorial Museum: Details in the EnglishCall for Proposals.
Number of Scholarships: NotKnown
Scholarship can be taken in Germany
Eligibility: The following requirements need to be fulfilled in order for candidates to be qualified for the scholarship:
TheFellowships are planned to assistance and promote international Holocaust research. The program is focused on both recognized scientists and young researchers. As we make every effort for the largest possible international networking, applications from both Germany, European and non-European nations are welcome; A requirement is a subject from the field of Holocaust research
Nationality: As we make every effort for the largest possible international networking, applications from both Germany, European and non-European nations are welcome; A requirement is a subject from the field of Holocaust research.
How to Apply: Applications need to be gotten by 1 December 2017 and consist of the following files: — in German or English–
- An inspiration letter
- An approximately 5-page task sketch
- A CV consisting of publication list
- Two recommendation letters (not relevant for Distinguished Fellowship)
ApplicationDeadline: Application due date is December 1, 2017.