We are happy to announce that KWI offers the fourth cohort of fellowships for the duration of six months from 1st of April 2022 until 30th of September 2022!
The KWI INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMME addresses excellent researchers from the humanities and the social sciences. We are inviting international researchers with a completed PhD plus one to six years of post-doctoral experience. The fellowship should be dedicated to research linked to the programmatic agenda of the KWI.
The institute provides international fellows with modern infrastructure, office space, technical support and offers a library service, event and research management as well as support in all administrative and communicative regards. Those interested can apply UNTIL JULY 31ST 2021. For detailed information please find the full call here.
Please note that the next THYSSEN@KWI call will follow in January 2022. The Thyssen@KWI Fellowship, generously funded by the Fritz Thyssen Foundation, addresses excellent researchers from the humanities, cultural studies and the social sciences. International, as well as German researchers, may apply.
We are dedicated to pursuing our interdisciplinary agenda through international collaboration.
The international fellowships will contribute to attracting new research questions, concepts, methods and theories in close connection with the KWI research programme.
Our KWI INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIPS are 6-month-scholarships at the INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDY IN THE HUMANITIES (KWI) in Essen, which address excellent international researchers from the humanities, cultural studies, and the social sciences with a completed PhD plus up to 6 years of post-doctoral experience.
The THYSSEN@KWI FELLOWSHIP, financed by the Fritz Thyssen Foundation, is integrated into the fellowship programme and reaches out to excellent researchers of all nationalities with a completed PhD plus several years of post-doctoral experience. PLEASE NOTE: THE NEXT CALL FOR THE THYSSEN@KWI FELLOWSHIP WILL BE OPENED IN JANUARY 2022 AND CAN BE FOUND HERE.
To apply, various project formats are possible: Fellows might devote their time in Essen to finishing a book or a special issue, to finalizing a research proposal or setting up a research group. We also welcome plans to establish or substantiate collaborations with the universities of the Ruhr Alliance.
Located in the Ruhr Area, the KWI offers a space for independent and innovative research in the humanities and various opportunities to engage and include the public. Currently, research at the KWI focusses on the following areas: literary and cultural sociology, cultural science studies, science communication and public humanities. Further projects are concerned with cultures of communication and political participation. An important contribution to our scholarly and political work comes from the Academy in Exile, offering research space to colleagues whose academic freedom is threatened.
For more information click "LINK TO ORIGINAL" below.