Call for Applications - Corridors Fellowships 2019
The Corridors Fellowship offers young and established scholars from conflict-affected societies in the post-Soviet space the opportunity for a research stay at the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena (Germany) The program aims to facilitate academic exchange and to enhance dialogue and knowledge transfer. We strive to deepen practical cooperation between scholars from the South Caucasus, Eastern Europe and Germany.
Applications are welcomed from scholars in the field of social science and neighbouring disciplines with a keen interest in peace and conflict studies. Eligible are PhD candidates and established academics from the area of the eastern partnership and Russia. A particular focus lays on researchers from regions with limited international engagement. Selected fellows will be based at the chair of international relations which has a strong focus on conflict prevention, mediation, peacekeeping and secession.
The fellowships have a duration of one month and are fully funded. We offer an equipped working desk, access to our information infrastructure and the opportunity to participate in our activities including an international summer school in September 2019.
Applications must be sent to email@example.com and include the following documents:
- Cover letter
- Curriculum vitae
- Project description (1.000 words maximum)
Corridors Fellows 2018
In 2018, we provided three fellows from Moldova/Transnistria and Russia the opportunity for a one-month research stay to Germany. During their joint research stay in Regensburg, Mihai Mogildea from Chisinau and Anatolii Dirun from Tiraspol explored the interdependencies between the protracted conflict around Transnistria and the domestic political and economic development in the region. During the fellowship, they actively used the opportunity for an intensive exchange, further cooperation, and gave a joint lecture at IOS. During the public lecture the fellows shared and discussed their perspective on the interdependencies between the protracted conflict and the economic and political development in the region. Our third 2018 Corridors Fellow was Alexey Gunya from Nalchik. During his research stay he continued and presented his research on ‘Local communities in the Caucasus between conflict and development. Furthermore, the fellowship was dedicated to explore and develop concrete ideas for further academic cooperation between the North Caucasus and Germany.
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