CFP: "Interplay: A Journal of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature", Vol 5. No 1 (2019) (31.01.2019)

Interplay: A Journal of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature

Call for Papers for Vol 5. No 1 (2019)

 

Interplay: A Journal of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature(ISSN 2617-0574), is a double-blind peer-reviewed academic journal published by the Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, Tunghai University, Taichung, Taiwan, R.O.C. 

 

CFP: GSA-Panel Series 2019: Queerness and Empire, 1871-1918 (20.01.2019)

CfP Panel Series: Queerness and Empire, 1871-1918

Forty-Third Annual Conference of The German Studies Association

Oct. 3-6, 2019, Portland, OR

Organizers: Ilinca Iurascu & Ervin Malakaj

 

The organizers invite proposals for presentations for a series of panels broadly devoted to the scholarship of queer cultures of Imperial Germany (1871-1918). We welcome contributions that examine a wide range of subjects inspired by, but not limited to, recent work on the history of sexology, early psychology, criminology, legal studies/law, and performance culture.

STIP: PhD/MPhil University of Cambridge (03.01.2019)

The German and Dutch Section of the Modern and Medieval Languages Faculty at the University of Cambridge welcomes applications for doctoral research across the range of German Studies from the medieval period to the present day. There is a broad and lively research culture in German Studies at Cambridge, covering topics in literature, linguistics, intellectual and cultural/political history, and film and visual culture.

CFP: GSA-Panel Series 2019: Queerness and Empire, 1871-1918 (January 2019)

CfP: Queerness and Empire, 1871-1918
Forty-Third Annual Conference of The German Studies Association
Oct. 3-6, 2019, Portland, OR
Organizers: Ilinca Iurascu & Ervin Malakaj

The organizers invite proposals for presentations for a series of panels broadly devoted to the scholarship of queer cultures of Imperial Germany (1871-1918). We welcome contributions that examine a wide range of subjects inspired by, but not limited to, recent work on the history of sexology, early psychology, criminology, legal studies/law, and performance culture. 

STIP: Ph.D. Scholarships in German Studies and Humanities, University of Colorado Boulder (10.1.2019)

The German Program at the University of Colorado Boulder invites applications for two fully funded Ph.D. scholarships in the cross-disciplinary Consortium of Doctoral Studies in Literatures and Cultures.

What do we offer:

  • 5 years of funding, incl. stipends and tuition waivers
  • Summer stipends of $6,000 for 4 summers
  • No teaching in the 1st year
  • Cross-disciplinary work environment and mentorship

What makes CU Boulder different?

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