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PhD positions: "Narrative Modes of Historical Discourse in Asia"

Published on 9 February, 2016

Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland

Application deadline: 31 March 2016 at 23.59 CET
The European Research Council (ERC) sponsored project entitled "Narrative Modes of Historical Discourse in Asia" (NAMO) has the pleasure to announce up to six doctoral positions for a period of three years to commence on August 1st 2016 and finish on July 31st 2019. The hosting institution is one of the leading Polish universities, Adam Mickiewicz University (AMU), located in the Western part of Poland, Poznan.
Project NAMO is looking for six capable candidates who hold MA degree and have expertise relating to one of the following fields of Oriental or Asian studies:
Classical Indology,
Classical Sinology,
Modern Indology,
Modern Sinology,
Classical Tibetology, or
Classical or Modern Indo-Iranian studies.
The Principal Investigator (PI) of the project, Associate Professor Dr. Ulrich Timme Kragh, will serve as the main supervisor for all the students. Additionally, each doctoral student will be assigned an academic advisor who specializes in the candidate's respective field of study.
For full description and application instructions, click here.

Application deadline: 31 March 2016 at 23.59 CET

The European Research Council (ERC) sponsored project entitled "Narrative Modes of Historical Discourse in Asia" (NAMO) has the pleasure to announce up to six doctoral positions for a period of three years to commence on August 1st 2016 and finish on July 31st 2019.

The hosting institution is one of the leading Polish universities, Adam Mickiewicz University (AMU), located in the Western part of Poland, Poznan.

Project NAMO is looking for six capable candidates who hold MA degree and have expertise relating to one of the following fields of Oriental or Asian studies:

  • Classical Indology
  • Classical Sinology
  • Modern Indology
  • Modern Sinology
  • Classical Tibetology, or
  • Classical or Modern Indo-Iranian studies.

The Principal Investigator (PI) of the project, Associate Professor Dr. Ulrich Timme Kragh, will serve as the main supervisor for all the students. Additionally, each doctoral student will be assigned an academic advisor who specializes in the candidate's respective field of study.

For full description and application instructions, click here.

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