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The Graduate School invites applications for the following positions:
10 Doctoral Positions
These temporary positions are available from 1 April 2017 until
31 March 2019. It is possible to apply for a one-year extension in the
form of a scholarship.
Salary grade 13 TV-L / 65 %.
Each of the positions will be integrated into a junior research group. The junior research groups are orientated towards one of the seven focus areas listed below:
1. Constructions of Norms
2. Constructions of Elites
3. Constructions of the "Beautiful"
4. Organisation of Coexistence
5. Organisation of Exchange
6. Organisation of Dealing with Dissent
7. Organisation of Memory and Forgetting
- Successful candidates will write a doctoral dissertation within their individual discipline. The dissertation topic will be chosen by the candidates themselves and should contribute to one of the seven focus areas. In pursuing their research, candidates will be supported by mentors chosen from the group of Principal Investigators of the School.
- They will collaborate with other doctoral students in an interdisciplinary junior research group coordinated by a postdoctoral researcher.
- They will participate in the research training programme of the School. Together with their mentors they will select courses from this programme relevant for their further academic development.
In order to qualify for application, candidates must have completed a four-year MA degree (or equivalent), including a written thesis, in the field of ancient studies with outstanding results. Applicants will need to submit a dissertation proposal. They should demonstrate their openness towards working in an interdisciplinary context as well as an interest in basic and theoretical questions.
The School offers scope for individual academic development and an inspiring research environment.
Applicants with disabilities who possess essentially equal qualifications will be given preference. LMU Munich is an equal opportunity employer committed to excellence through diversity, and therefore explicitly encourages women to apply.
Please submit the following required application documents electronically:
|(A)||as one pdf file (max. 5 MB):|
|(1)||Application letter (letter of motivation)|
|(4)||Research proposal (max. 7,500 characters incl. spaces) plus bibliography|
|(5)||Sample of your written work, e.g. from your Master‘s thesis (app. length: 10 – 12 pages)|
|(6)||If relevant, list of publications|
(B) as pdf file:
completed application form (Download via:
(C) Two Letters of Reference:
to be emailed directly by the referees to firstname.lastname@example.org citing the reference number DW-Doc/17-1_your_name
Further information on the Graduate School ‘Distant Worlds‘ is available on the following website: www.gs-distantworlds.mzaw.lmu.de
For further questions please contact Ms Anna Waldschütz
Please submit your complete application in German or English citing the reference number DW-Doc/17-1_your_name at the latest by 1 December 2016 exclusively via email to: email@example.com
We look forward to receiving your application!