The University of Michigan Weiser Center for Europe and Eurasia is proud to announce its partnership with the University of Regensburg and the Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies in the form of a fellowship exchange program for faculty.
The University of Regensburg hopes to welcome fellows from U-M at least twice during the next three years. Outgoing U-M scholars will receive up to 4,500 EUR for a one-month research stay in Regensburg, as well as working space, access to the university’s research resources, and the opportunity to contribute to the ScienceCampus’ open access blog. The fellowship program is aimed at WCEE-affiliated tenure-track faculty, although advanced doctoral students may also be considered.
Please submit a CV, a statement of current research (1-2pp) and a brief description of how the applicant would contribute to one or more of the five Interdisciplinary Research Modules:
- transatlantic political transformations
- cultures and hierarchies of translations
- trade and institutions
- practices of belonging
- towards multi-polar and multi-scalar area studies
More information on these modules is available at uni-regensburg.de/citas/english/leibniz-campus/index.html.
Applications are due by November 1, 2019 and should be sent to the Weiser Centers’ International Education Coordinator Gitta Kohler at email@example.com.
The University of Regensburg and the Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies are partnering to create a Leibniz ScienceCampus. The ScienceCampus will offer grants for doctoral researchers, training for early career researchers, opportunities for international academic exchanges, and events aimed at both academic audiences and the general public.
Entitled “Europe and America in the Modern World: Transformation and Frictions of Globality, Past and Present,” the new initiative aims to explore interactions and entanglements in the transatlantic world in cooperation with international partners.