REEEC Opportunities

REEEC Opportunities

  • Call for Applications: Harvard University, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Postdoctoral Fellowships, January 10, 2019
    12/18/2018

    https://www.h-net.org/jobs/job_display.php?id=57961

    The Davis Center Postdoctoral Fellowship Program
    offers comprehensive research, training, and
    professional development opportunities for scholars
    advancing their careers within the social sciences and
    humanities. Fellows pursue their research with
    support from an interdisciplinary community of
    experts, and with access to world-class resources.
    The program provides scholars with experiences and
    connections that endure well beyond their fellowship
    year. We welcome research proposals on all topics
    related to the study of Eurasia. This year's program
    will not be structured around an overarching
    theme. We are, however, particularly interested in
    applications from scholars with an interest in the
    following:
    1. Teaching a course in Russian imperial history,
    especially from scholars with experience in digital
    humanities.
    2. Topics exploring the political, economic and social
    connectivity of Central Asia and/or the Caucasus.

  • Centre for East European and International Studies, Postdoctoral Researcher, 2 January 2019
    12/18/2018

    https://www.h-net.org/jobs/job_display.php?id=57958

    ZOiS is an independent, international and
    interdisciplinary research institute based in Berlin. It
    was set up in October 2016 and is supported by the
    German Federal Foreign Office. It focuses on
    medium-term politically relevant research on
    Eastern Europe in an international context. The
    working languages at ZOiS are German and English. It
    is not essential to speak German. The MOBILISE
    project aims to analyse the interrelationship between
    migration and protests. The country cases are
    Ukraine, Poland, Morocco and Brazil, all of which
    have recently witnessed large-scale emigration and
    protests. The project follows migrants from these
    countries to Germany, the UK and Spain. The multi
    method project combines survey research, focus
    groups and social media analysis. 

  • German Historical Institute GHI West Fellowship on the History of Forced Migration, February 15, 2019
    12/18/2018

    https://www.h-net.org/jobs/job_display.php?id=57963

    The Pacific Regional Office of the GHI Washington
    (“GHI West”) and the Institute of European Studies at
    the University of California, Berkeley (IES) are
    pleased to announce a new Fellowship on the History
    of Forced Migration. The 18-months postdoctoral
    fellowship (July 1, 2019—December 31, 2020) is part
    of a joint initiative by the GHI Washington, IES, and
    the Zolberg Institute on Forced Migration in the 20th
    and 21st Centuries. The new initiative will increase
    collaboration between social scientists and historians
    working on topics related to forced migration with a
    particular focus on the environment. 

  • Harvard University, Mahindra Humanities Center Mahindra Humanities Center Postdoctoral Fellow, January 2, 2019
    12/18/2018

    https://www.h-net.org/jobs/job_display.php?id=57964

    The Mahindra Humanities Center invites applications
    for one-year postdoctoral fellowships in connection
    with the Center’s Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
    seminar on the topic of migration and the humanities. 

  • Stanford University, Stanford Law School Fellow, Stanford Center for Law and History February 15, 2019
    12/18/2018

    https://www.h-net.org/jobs/job_display.php?id=57943

    The Stanford Center for Law and History is a
    residential fellowship that provides an opportunity to
    conduct research in the dynamic environment of
    Stanford University. We prefer two-year fellowships
    to help the fellow complete a significant body of
    independent scholarship, but we are willing to
    consider one-year terms. We expect that fellows will
    dedicate most of their time to pursuing their
    proposed research projects, and the fellowship is
    designed to ensure meaningful mentorship from
    faculty within both the Law School and the History
    Department.