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Settling Into Motion (2010)

Settling Into Motion - The Bucerius Ph.D. Scholarships in Migration Studies (2010)

Appel international à candidatures : bourses de doctorat

International call for applications: Ph.D. scholarships

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Publié le mardi 09 février 2010 par Karim Hammou

Résumé

The Bucerius Ph.D. scholarship program in migration studies “Settling Into Motion” offers up to eight scholarships for Ph.D. theses addressing migration in changing societies. For 2010, research applications on “Migration, Diversity and the Future of Modern Societies” are especially welcome. Qualified Ph.D. students of - in a broad sense - social sciences can apply until 25 February 2010.

Annonce

Call for applications  

„Settling Into Motion“ – The Bucerius Ph.D. Scholarships in Migration Studies 

The ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius requests applications for 6-8 Ph.D. Scholarships in migration studies.

The Bucerius Ph.D. scholarship program in migration studies "Settling Into Motion" offers up to eight scholarships for Ph.D. theses addressing migration in changing societies. For 2010, research applications on “Migration, Diversity and the Future of Modern Societies” are especially welcome.

Qualified Ph.D. students of - in a broad sense - social sciences can apply until 25 February 2010.

Please find further information as well as the online application on the program's website: www.settling-into-motion.de  

  • Monthly stipend of 1.200 Euros, additional funds for special research needs available on an individual basis. 
  • 6-8 scholarships per year. 
  • Scholarships are granted for 1 up to 3 years. 
  • Yearly conferences and field trips. 
  • Students communicate on a web-based platform and organize workshops supported by a program assistant.

Focus 2010

Migration leads to increasing diversity in many countries all over the world. Sometimes this results in challenges of established institutions as well as cultural practices of modern societies. Current migrant populations are more heterogeneous than ever before: migrants and their descendants have not only different religious, cultural and ethnic roots, but they also differ with regard to their citizenship status, as well as their professional and economic backgrounds. At the same time, governments in receiving societies frequently react to this phenomenon with integration schemes that implicitly address a non-existent homogeneous “migrant population”. On the other hand, there are examples where diversity and cultural pluralism are seen as strength and advantage.

Ph.D. students dealing with these broad issues in different regions of the world are invited to apply for a scholarship. We encourage the following topics, but will also consider other approaches:

  • Diversity and political order
  • Migration and cultural, ethnic and religious diversity
  • Integration policies
  • Cultural policy and the management of diversity
  • Concepts and categories in migration and integration debates

Innovative approaches both in terms of subject matter and methodology are highly encouraged.

Dates

  • jeudi 25 février 2010

Fichiers attachés

Mots-clés

  • migration, intégration, diversité

Contacts

  • Dr. Anna Hofmann
    courriel : hofmann [at] zeit-stiftung [dot] de

Source de l'information

  • Anna Hofmann
    courriel : bartels [at] zeit-stiftung [dot] de

Pour citer cette annonce

« Settling Into Motion (2010) », Bourse, prix et emploi, Calenda, Publié le mardi 09 février 2010, http://calenda.org/200193