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Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Fully Funded Humboldt Research Fellowship in Germany 

2018 – 2019









This is a research program which call for doctoral researchers to come and spend extended period of research in Germany. The period of the research program will last long from 6 to 24 months. Please kindly check out for your own good.








Where: Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung, Germany
Nationality: International doctoral researchers
Number of applicants: This program select around 500 applicants
Award for the fellowship: The fellowship will be provided 2,650 EUR per months during the period.








Eligible:

  • A doctoral researchers who have at least completed their degree more than 4 years already
  • Have an academic publications reviewed according to international standards and printed in journals and/or by publishing houses.
  • Shall have a confirmation from the  academic host at a research institution in Germany that the applicants have research facilities that are available and mentoring agreement and a detailed expert’s report 
  • Applicant shall have commence knowledge about humanities or social sciences and physicians in German
  •  Applicant must have good commence in using English and German (Option)
  • Applicants shall never have spent any time more than 6 months in Germany before.









Requirements
  1. Doctorate or comparable academic degree (Ph.D., C.Sc. or equivalent), completed less than four years prior to the date of application. Candidates who have nearly completed their doctoral degrees are eligible to apply provided that they submit the manuscript of their dissertation or publications containing the results of their dissertation.
  2. Academic publications reviewed according to international standards and printed in journals and/or by publishing houses.
  3. Confirmation that research facilities are available and mentoring agreement and a detailed expert's report by an academic host at a research institution in Germany. Details of the research outline including information on the intended duration of the fellowship must be agreed with the intended host before applying.
  4. Expert reviews from the doctoral supervisor and one other academic qualified to give well-founded comments on the applicant's eligibility, preferably including a reviewer not working at the applicant's own institute.
  5. Language skills: scholars in the humanities or social sciences and physicians must have a good knowledge of German if it is necessary to carry out the research successfully; otherwise a good knowledge of English; scientists and engineers must have a good knowledge of German or English.
  6. Applications to continue a research stay already underway can only be considered in exceptional cases. The applicant may not have spent an extended period in Germany prior to application. Potential applicants who have been in Germany for more than six months at the time of application are not eligible to apply.
  7. The Humboldt-Foundation assumes that candidates will abide the Rules of Good Scientific Practice and the legally-binding principles of scientific ethics during the application and sponsorship periods.



How to apply:

Applicants can only submit their application online.
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International Conference Transatlantic Connection 
Jan 10-14,2018
Drew University, Ireland











CALL FOR PAPERS 
The Irish Studies Program at Drew University is pleased to announce the Call For Papers for the Transatlantic Connections Conference V, which takes place in Ireland January 10-14 2018.  The theme of this year’s Transatlantic Connections Conference is “Kindred Spirits / Dáimh”.  This theme will be explored across a range of interdisciplinary panels, workshops, keynote talks and cultural events. The Transatlantic Connections Conference will be an opportunity to explore cultures (broadly defined) and the interactions and intersections between them. The focus of the conference will be on cultures that are “outside the mainstream,” and the goal is to foster a sense of shared kinship and celebration amongst representatives of humanity’s cultural diversity.








About the conference
The Transatlantic Connections Conference will be an opportunity to explore cultures and the interactions and intersections between them. The focus of the conference will be on cultures that are “outside the mainstream,” and the goal is to foster a sense of shared kinship and celebration amongst representatives of humanity’s cultural diversity. Our conference model is different from most academic symposia.

Our conference model is different from most academic symposia. Our panels are open to the public, and presenters include undergraduate and post-graduate students, academics, professionals and enthusiasts in a variety of cultural pursuits.  This is a multidisciplinary conference, and papers are sought in the fields of History, Literature, Peace Studies, Architecture & Design, Minority Languages, Irish Language, Sustainability and Ecology, Medical Humanities, Activism and Protest, Literature, Food Studies, and Music Studies. Please see below, and click on each icon for the specific CFP for each area of study. 








The Irish Studies Program at Drew University, in association with the Institute of Study Abroad Ireland, is delighted to announce the fifth annual Drew University Transatlantic Connections Conference in Ireland. The theme of this year’s Transatlantic Connections Conference is “Kindred Spirits / Dáimh”.  This theme will be explored in an interdisciplinary way across a range of panels, workshops, keynote talks and cultural events.

​Multidisciplinary
​Our conference model is different from most academic symposia. ​Our panels are open to the public, and presenters include undergraduate and post-graduate students, academics, professionals and enthusiasts in a variety of cultural pursuits. Fields of Studies for the conference include; 

History, Cinema and Media,  Peace Studies, Architecture and Design, Minority Languages, Irish Language, Sustainability and Ecology, Medical Humanities, Activism and Protest, Literature, Food Studies, and Music Studies. ​








Proposal Details
Paper proposals should not exceed 400 words in length, and must be accompanied by a short biography of the proposer. Paper proposals must be uploaded below. 
  1. All proposals must be uploaded by October 1st 2017 in order to be considered for the conference.
  2. All presenters must register as conference presenters and pay registration fee.
  3. Accepted applicants will be informed no later than October 20, 2017. 
  4. For more information on the conference, email drewtransatlantic@gmail.com









Undergraduate Panels
Undergraduate students are invited to submit proposals to present completed research papers/projects, research-in-progress, or roundtable discussions on any topic related to the general fields listed above. We invite faculty from Drew University, and from other institutions to organise, chair and serve as discussants; each undergraduate presenter will have 8-10 minutes to speak, with a maximum of six speakers per undergraduate panel. These sessions are offer an opportunity for undergraduate students to gain experience in conference presenting, and to receive feedback from their peers and senior colleagues. Please click here for further information on faculty-led undergraduate panel submissions 








Scholars Panels
The conference organisers invite both twenty-minute paper proposals and complete panel submissions from postgraduates, early career academics and established scholars from a range of disciplines, as well as experts and representatives in related fields on topics relevant to the theme of ‘Kindred / Dáimh’

The conference also welcomes proposals for innovative panels and sessions that do not follow the usual format of academic paper presentations, such as film and media presentations, interview conversations, and others. Proposals for innovative sessions should be sent directly to the Drew Conference Team drewtransatlantic@gmail.com







Location 
The location is in Bundoran, in County Donegal, an incredibly cultural and scenic county, sandwiched between the province of Northern Ireland to the east, the counties of Sligo and Leitrim to the south, and the wild Atlantic Ocean all along the west coast. The North and North West of Ireland is home to many small communities with shared narratives of oppression, division, cultural revival and conflict resolution, and this extraordinarily friendly, beautiful and historic setting provides a unique conference experience for the visiting scholar.







For More Details Visit us-https://www.taccireland.com/