PROBIST is a post-doctoral fellowship Program lead by the Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology. All together, 61 fellowships will be awarded and implemented in top research in the Barcelona and Tarragona area (Spain).
PROBIST applicants will have complete research freedom. Applicants may subscribe to one or several generic research topics published with the calls. Once pre-selected they may design their research project proposal with a research group of their choice in the participating BIST centres. Successful candidates will be hosted by the selected research group. They will have full access to facilities, seminars and training programmes of the BIST centres. Networking activities shall facilitate inter-centre and inter-disciplinary exchange and collaborations. PROBIST will offer fellows the opportunity to opt for secondments from a pool of international institutions with which BIST centres have institutional agreements or collaborations.
The German Historical Institute (GHI) is seeking applications for a Binational Visiting Fellow Tandem. The Fellowship program contributes to the creation of the new research network "Knowledge in Transit - Migrant's Knowledge in Comparative Perspective" at the GHI's branch office GHI WEST at UC Berkeley. GHI WEST, which is located at UC Berkeley's Institute of European Studies, will organize a series of programs and scholarly events aimed at facilitating cooperation and dialogue among North American and Germany researchers in the humanities and social sciences.
The program is designed for postdoctoral historians from Germany and North America in the fields of history of migration preferably with an interest in the history of knowledge, and with an outstanding academic record.
Das Deutsche Historische Institut (DHI) Moskau vergibt ein Jahresstipendium an Doktorand/innen oder Habilitand/innen, die Themen der russischen, ukrainischen, weißrussischen oder sowjetischen Geschichte bzw. der Geschichte der anderen postsowjetischen Länder oder der Geschichte der deutsch-russischen/sowjetischen Beziehungen bearbeiten. Das Stipendium wird für einen Zeitraum von zwölf Monaten vergeben, von denen sechs Monate für Bibliotheks- und Archivarbeiten in Moskau oder Sankt Petersburg genutzt werden müssen.