Zemki Visiting Research Fellowship
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS 2019
Position: ZeMKI Visiting Research Fellow Media, Communication and Information
Institution: ZeMKI, Centre for Media, Communication and Information Research, University of Bremen
Duration: 1 month (either between April and June 2019 or between October and December 2019)
Salary: 3,000 euro + 1,500 euro budget for direct costs
Contract: Fee contract
Application deadline: February 17, 2019 (23:59 CET)
The ZeMKI, Centre for Media, Communication and Information Research, University of Bremen, offers a thriving interdisciplinary research environment in the areas of media, communication and information. Involved disciplines include communication and media studies, computer science, cultural studies, educational science, studies in religion, and history. The ZeMKI invites applications from excellent researchers in the field of media, communication, and information.
As a ZeMKI Visiting Research Fellow, the selected candidate will gain insights into the versatile research activities at the interdisciplinary centre with over 60 members. Applicants should demonstrate experience and a strong interest in the collaborative research which is embraced at the ZeMKI in various ways and contexts. The selected candidate is expected to contribute to these research activities in the area of media change and transforming communications in the form of a research paper submitted to the peer-reviewed “Communicative Figurations” working paper series as well as a lecture in the ZeMKI Research Seminar.
Applicants must have obtained a PhD or other doctoral degree in a relevant discipline by the application date.
We offer a lump sum allowance of 3,000 euro plus up to 1,500 euro for research-related expenses.
To apply for this fellowship, please send your application documents via e-mail to
The closing date for receipt of applications is February 17, 2019 (23:59 CET). We are unfortunately unable to accept any late applications.
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