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Arts and Humanities

The Mary Elmes Postgraduate Scholarship in German Studies

Due date: August 20, 2022
 

The Mary Elmes Postgraduate Scholarship in German Studies (English)

 

The Department of German, University College Cork invites applications to the Mary Elmes Postgraduate Scholarship in German Studies (deadline 20 August 2022). The Scholarship is for PhD research on a topic in any area in the field of modern German Studies, with an emphasis on intercultural and / or transcultural aspects, broadly defined. Research expertise in the department is outlined here; co-supervision across disciplines is also possible and welcome. 

The scholarship covers fees plus an annual stipend of €11,000. The scheme will require the scholarship holder to undertake the equivalent of 120 tutorial hours (language and literature) per annum. The scholarship is normally renewable each year for a period of two years, subject to the scholarship holder having submitted high quality research proposals to external funding bodies and receiving satisfactory annual progress reports.  

 

To be considered, applicants must have completed a first degree in German Studies or a related discipline, and have achieved the equivalent of at least an Upper Second-Class Honours / 2H1. Applicants should be able to provide evidence of a high level of written and spoken German and English (minimum C1+ in both). Experience in language teaching is desirable.  

 

Our doctoral students are supported in their graduate education, research training and career development by the Graduate School of the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences (see www.ucc.ie/en/cacsss/grads/). 

 

Applicants should send the following materials by Friday 20 August 2022: 

 

  • Cover letter 

  • Short CV (max. 2 pages)  

  • 700-word project proposal with short bibliography

  • Writing sample in English or German (no longer than 3,500 words) 

  • Academic transcript(s) 

  • 1 academic reference (to be sent directly by the referee) 

  

via email to:  barbara.siller@ucc.ie  

  

Shortlisted applicants may be interviewed via video conferencing in September 2022. The successful candidate would be expected to take up the scholarship in January 2023, although an Autumn start date may also be possible. 

https://www.ucc.ie/en/scholarships/postgraduate/artspg/artspgmesiigs/ 

 

 

Mary Elmes-Promotionsstipendium am Institut für Germanistik / University College Cork (Deutsch)

 

Das Institut für Germanistik am University College Cork lädt zu Bewerbungen um das Mary Elmes-Promotionsstipendium auf dem Gebiet der deutschen Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaften ein (Bewerbungsfrist 20. August 2022). 

Das Stipendium dient der Promotion zu einem Thema innerhalb der Germanistik, mit Fokus auf interkulturellen und/oder transkulturellen Aspekten. Die Forschungsschwerpunkte des Instituts finden Sie unter dem folgenden Link; eine Co-Betreuung in verschiedenen Disziplinen ist möglich. 

  

Das Stipendium deckt die Studiengebühren ab; außerdem wird eine jährliche Beihilfe zum Lebensunterhalt von €11.000 ausbezahlt. Von den Stipendiat*innen wird verlangt, dass sie 120 Stunden (Sprache und Literatur) pro Jahr unterrichten. Das Stipendium kann zweimal um jeweils ein weiteres Jahr verlängert werden, vorausgesetzt, die Stipendiat*innen haben mit qualitativ hochwertigen Bewerbungen um externe Förderungsgelder angesucht sowie erfolgreich einen jährlichen Bericht zum Forschungsfortschritt vorgelegt. 

 

Die Voraussetzung für Bewerber*innen ist ein Abschluss im Bereich der Germanistik oder einer ihr verwandten Disziplin mit einer Abschlussnote von wenigstens Upper Second-Class Honours / 2H1 (2 an deutschsprachigen Universitäten). Bewerber*innen müssen überdies ausgezeichnete Deutsch- und Englischkenntnisse in schriftlicher und mündlicher Form (C1 und höher) vorweisen. Erfahrung im Unterricht von Deutsch als Fremdsprache ist von Vorteil. 

 

Die Graduate School / College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences unterstützt unsere Doktorand*innen in ihrer Ausbildung, im Forschungstraining sowie bei der Entwicklung ihrer universitären Laufbahn (www.ucc.ie/en/cacsss/grads/).  

  

Bewerber*innen werden darum gebeten, die folgenden Unterlagen bis 20. August 2022 an Dr. Barbara Siller  (barbara.siller@ucc.ie) zu senden:  

 

  • Motivationsschreiben 

  • Kurzlebenslauf (max. 2 Seiten) 

  • Projektbeschreibung mit Kurzbibliographie (700 Wörter) 

  • Probeaufsatz / bereits abgeschlossene Facharbeit auf Englisch oder Deutsch  

  • Universitäre Abschlusszeugnisse 

 

Gutachten (vom / von der Gutachter*in direkt an barbara.siller@ucc.ie

 

Bewerber*innen werden unter Umständen zu einem Videogespräch eingeladen. Von den erfolgreichen Bewerber*innen wird erwartet, dass sie ihr Doktoratsstudium im Januar 2023 aufnehmen; eventuell ist ein Beginn im Herbst möglich.  

https://www.ucc.ie/en/scholarships/postgraduate/artspg/artspgmesiigs/ 

Arts and Humanities

INSTITUTE OF MODERN LANGUAGES RESEARCH

School of Advanced Study • University of London

The Language of Fake News

Call for Papers

Abstract deadline:          30 September 2022
Conference date:             16 May 2023

 

In association with Royal Holloway University of London and the IMLR, University of London

Visit the Conference website

Confirmed keynote speaker: Jo Fox, Pro Vice-Chancellor Research and Engagement, and Dean of the School of Advanced Study, University of London

 

This conference will focus on the linguistic evolution of fake news from the dawn of journalism to today. It will offer insights on the dissemination and reception of fake news by addressing an important - yet overlooked - research question: what role does language play in the production and proliferation of fake news?

We invite papers that address this question from different angles, investigating:

 

● The register, style, and rhetoric of fake news
● Fake news in translation
● The relationship between political and propagandistic language and fake news
● The linguistic variations between rumours and fake news
● The historical evolution of the languages of fake news
● The visual languages of fake news
● The impact of ‘media revolutions’ on the languages of fake news

 

Papers exploring different historical periods and geographical regions are highly encouraged, as well as papers providing a transmedial and interdisciplinary perspective. We especially welcome contributions by Early Career Researchers, from both universities and the cultural heritage sector.

You can propose individual papers or a panel. If proposing a panel, please ensure a balance of contributions by ECRs, senior scholars, and GLAM researchers (or other non-academic researchers).

For individual contributions, please send an abstract (200 words) and a short biographical note (100 words); for panels, please send a general description of the panel (100 words), all abstracts (200 words each), and a short biographical note for each speaker (100 words), to the organiser: carlotta.paltrinieri@rhul.ac.uk by September 30, 2022. 

Please indicate whether you wish to present online or in person.

For information or assistance please contact Carlotta Paltrinieri: carlotta.paltrinieri@rhul.ac.uk

Arts and Humanities

2022 Peter Lang Emerging Scholars Competition in Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies

Due date: October 15, 2022
 

Peter Lang Publishing is delighted to announce the 2022 Peter Lang Emerging Scholars Competition in Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies.

 

Proposals are invited from emerging scholars in Women’s Studies, Gender Studies and Sexuality Studies for single-author books to be evaluated by a distinguished editorial board. Proposals may be interdisciplinary or in any of the following disciplines: Cultural Studies, Education, History, Law & Economics, Literature, Media & Communication, or Politics. We also welcome projects representing regional perspectives (e.g. Irish or Swiss).

 

Proposals should be submitted to editorial@peterlang.com with the subject line ‘Emerging Scholars Competition’ by 15 October 2022 and consist of an abstract (including chapter synopses), a sample chapter (5,000 to 10,000 words in length), a CV, and a statement describing how you are an emerging scholar, in separate Microsoft Word documents. Proposals under review elsewhere should not be submitted.

 

The winner(s) will be offered a contract for a book with this distinction. Planned manuscripts should be from 60,000 to 100,000 words in length and written in English, French or German. Authors will be expected to prepare the manuscript in accordance with the style guidelines provided.

 

Decisions will be made by 1 December 2022 and the winners will be notified shortly thereafter.

 

For more information, please contact our competition coordinators: Dani Green (d.green@peterlang.com) and Laurel Plapp (L.PLAPP@peterlang.com).

 

Please have a look at our new Emerging Scholars Competition website for more information about the competition.

Websites to check out

Have a look at these websites with call for papers from various institutions and universities.

http://www.buffalo.edu/nemla.html

https://networks.h-net.org

https://samla.memberclicks.net/callsforpapers

https://call-for-papers.sas.upenn.edu/

 

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