The Collaborative Research Centre (CRC) 1015 ‘Otiose Leisure. Concepts, Spaces, Figures’ at the University of Freiburg is offering two PhD scholarships starting on 1st October 2014. The scholarship is €1000 per month with an additional grant of €103 for material costs. The CRC 1015 is funded by the National Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft) with scholars working in the fields of philosophy, sociology, psychosomatic medicine, literary studies (English, German, French, Russian), classics, art history, and social anthropology. The scholarships offer the opportunity to pursue a PhD project up to one year within the thematic framework of the CRC. The scholarships are intended for PhD students from universities outside of Germany. Scholarship holders are expected to participate in the activities of the CRC and its Integrated Research Training Group. The language of communication within the CRC is German. Further information on the research programme of the CRC and its Integrated Research Training Group can be found online: www.sfb1015.uni-freiburg. de. Please send your applications in German or English including a statement of purpose, an outline of your PhD project, CV, academic certificates, and letter of reference by your supervisor by 31th May 2014 to the director of the graduate school, Prof. Dr. Sabina Becker (E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Postal Address: Albert- Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Deutsches Seminar – Neuere Deutsche Literatur, Platz der Universität 3, 79085 Freiburg, Germany). Should you have any questions please contact the coordinator of the Integrated Research Training Group, Ms. Kathrin Sandhöfer (kathrin. email@example.com). The CRC is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications by qualified women PhD candidates.
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