Offre de bourses doctorales et post-doctorales en Roumanie pour les francophones

Bourses doctorales et post-doctorales en Roumanie pour les francophones


Opportunité de bourses doctorales et postdoctorales en Roumanie pour les doctorants et chercheurs francophones, à travers le programme de bourses « Eugen Ionescu ».
L’appel à candidatures est disponible en ligne à l’adresse :

Terme limite de dépôt de la candidature en ligne : 17 janvier 2016
Durée : 3 mois
Période des stages : 1er avril-31 juillet 2016
Prise en charge : bourse mensuelle (800 € doc / 1000 € postdoc) + prime d’installation (300 €) + transport + assurance

Témoignages des anciens boursiers :

Bourses post-doctorales – Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices

Call for Applications

The Berlin-based FORUM TRANSREGIONALE STUDIEN invites scholars to apply for up to ten postdoctoral fellowships within the framework of the research program Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices. Kunstgeschichte und ästhetische Praktiken for the academic year 2016/2017.

Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices is a research and fellowship program which questions and transcends traditional disciplinary boundaries of art history in a transcultural, global horizon. By creating a space of dialogue for scholars from all continents and regions, it aims to discuss the potentials and contours of a plural history of art. It especially invites scholars from Islamic, Asian, African, Australian, European  art histories and those of the Americas to join the program, but also addresses neighboring disciplines such as Archaeology and other fields dealing with the history of visual cultures. Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices analyses the connectivity of larger historical spaces in a transregional perspective and investigates artistic and aesthetic practices and the history of artifacts in a comparative approach, experimenting with new methodologies and forms of collaborative research. The concept of Aesthetic Practices introduced by this program, is an invitation to study artifacts with their biographies as well as processes of transfer and transformation in a transcultural, postcolonial and global perspective. The program has no chronological or geographical constraints. It collaborates with the museums of Berlin, the Berlin universities, as well as other international and national academic partners, and aims at an intense interaction of art historical institutions. Its scholarly environment is designed to enable and encourage both fellows and the wider community to experiment and refine transregional approaches to the history of visual cultures and aesthetic practices.

For more detailed information about the program please visit

Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices is an initiative of the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florence (KHI), Max-Planck-Institute  at the FORUM TRANSREGIONALE STUDIEN, Berlin. Art Histories is directed by Hannah Baader and Gerhard Wolf and cooperates with the program Connecting Art Histories in the Museum (Berlin State Museums/KHI Florenz).


Applicants should have obtained their doctorate within the last seven years (before their application). We welcome applications from all continents and regions, with various disciplinary backgrounds, such as Art Histories, Archaeologies and all relevant neighboring fields dealing with artifacts, artistic production, and aesthetic practices relating to objects, images and architectures. Applicants should be interested to engage in reflexive and transdisciplinary research. Art Histories fellows are given the opportunity to pursue their individual research projects within a transdisciplinary and transregional context. They are expected to engage in the program activities, such as regular seminars, workshops, conferences and a travelling seminar. In the overall context of the Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices program and the framework of the FORUM TRANSREGIONALE STUDIEN, the fellows will be part of a creative, intellectually stimulating and discursive environment.


The fellowhip starts on 1 October 2016 and ends on 31 July 2017. In particular cases, shorter fellowship terms may be considered. Postdoctoral fellows will receive a monthly stipend of € 2.500 plus supplements depending on their personal situation. Organizational support regarding visas, insurances, housing, etc. will be provided. Successful applicants become fellows of the program Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices at the FORUM TRANSREGIONALE STUDIEN and are expected to take up residence in Berlin.

Application Procedure

To apply, please send the following documents exclusively by e-mail as separate word or PDF files:

—            a curriculum vitae (in English)
—            a project description (no longer than five pages / in English)
—            a sample of scholarly work (about 20 pages of an article, conference paper, or dissertation chapter)
—            names of two referees (including their e-mail addresses)

The complete application should be submitted latest by 15 January 2016 and addressed to
Successful candidates will be notified by April 2016. Information about the current status of the evaluation process will be published on the website

Institutional Framework

Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research. The research program is integrated in the Berlin-based FORUM TRANSREGIONALE STUDIEN, a research platform that connects systematic and region-specific questions, addressing entanglements and interactions beyond national, cultural or regional frames. The FORUM works in tandem with established institutions and networks that are engaged in transregional studies and is supported by an association of directors of universities, research institutes and networks mostly based in Berlin. It supports three research programs: ZUKUNFTSPHILOLOGIE: Revisiting the Canons of Textual Scholarship, and EUROPE IN THE MIDDLE EAST—THE MIDDLE EAST IN EUROPE (EUME). The FORUM TRANSREGIONALE STUDIEN cooperates with the Max Weber Stiftung and is funded by a public-private partnership.

Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices collaborates closely with the following Berlin-based institutions:

—            Berlin State Museums, Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation
—            Freie Universität Berlin, Department for Art Histories
—            Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Department of Art and Visual History
—            ICI Berlin Institute for Cultural Inquiry


Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices
c/o Forum Transregionale Studien
Wallotstrasse 14 | 14193 Berlin | Germany

Offre de bourse post-doctorale – Princeton University

Offre de bourse post-doctorale 2016-2017

Princeton University – Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies

For more information about the postdoctoral research fellowships:

Almost one hundred (100) early-career scholars have been supported by our postdoctoral fellowships since the inception of this program in academic year 1992-93.  The overwhelming majority of our postdoctoral fellows have gone on to successful academic careers around the world.  Current and former recipients are listed in: Publications by former Hellenic Studies postdoctoral fellows, based on their research at Princeton:

Poste post-doctoral – The Goethe-University Frankfurt-am-Main

Poste post-doctoral – The Goethe-University Frankfurt-am-Main

The Goethe-University Frankfurt-am-Main invites applications for 2 post-doctoral positions as Researchers in Late Antique Christianity in the Near East (E13 TV-G-U) within the Leibniz research project „Polyphony of Late Antique Christianity“ (directed by Prof. Dr. Hartmut Leppin). The full-time position is to be filled from 1st April 2016 onwards. The initial duration of the contract will be 36 months and the salary is set according to TV-H 13. The project is financed by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft.

„Polyphony of Late Antique Christianity“ strives to develop a new picture of Christianity in Late Antiquity integrating Mediterranean and Near Eastern perspectives (understood in a very large sense, extending from Ethiopia to Armenia and Georgia). We are looking for new members of the team to work on their own research analysing texts in languages of the ancient Christian Near East (as for example Syriac, Armenian, Georgian, Hebrew, Ge’ez, Arabic) and thereby would contribute to demonstrating the diversity the diversity of Christianity. As a member of the team the researcher will be obliged to share the research tasks of the team, e.g. preparing workshops, conferences, publications and participating in colloquia.

The ideal candidate needs to have an excellent doctorate in History of Religion, Oriental Philology, Ancient Judaism, Ancient Christianity, Ancient History or related fields solid knowledge of English, German and an additional modern language excellent knowledge of the relevant ancient language(s).

Please submit your application complete with curriculum vitae, copies of your final university degrees, a copy of your doctoral thesis and up to three further publications, and an outline of the research project (5-10 pages) you would like to pursue no later than 14th November 2015 in electronic form to

For further information please contact

The University of Frankfurt is an equal opportunity employer and particularly encourages applications by women. Ceteris paribus seriously handicapped people will have preference.

Offre de bourse post-doctorale – Irish Research Council

Offre de bourse post-doctorale – Irish Research Council

The Irish Research Council (IRC) has recently opened the Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Fellowship Scheme for 2016.  The scheme provides funding across all disciplines for one- and two-year postdoctoral research projects.  Applications may be made only with the support of a suitable Academic Mentor at an eligible higher education institution in the Republic of Ireland.

The Maynooth University Department of Ancient Classics will support outstanding applications for Postdoctoral Fellowships.  Anyone who may be interested in applying for a Fellowship through the Department should:

1.  Consult the detailed information concerning the Fellowships, including the terms and conditions, provided at, noting in particular the eligibility criteria and the deadline dates.

2.  Seek to identify a suitable Mentor in the Maynooth University Department of Ancient Classics.  Details of the academic staff in the Department and their research interests may be found at

3.  Contact the potential Mentor directly to discuss the proposed project and its suitability for being undertaken under his or her Mentorship.  A good ‘fit’ between project and proposed Mentor is essential.

4.  Register as a prospective applicant with the Maynooth University Graduate Studies Office by completing the online form at, in order to receive updates about the call for applications.  It is not necessary to register for the on-campus information session to which the form refers, nor is it necessary to secure agreement from a potential Mentor before completing the form.  Please note, however, that registration as a prospective applicant does not imply that the Maynooth University Department of Ancient Classics will necessarily support an application from that prospective applicant.

Potential applicants should further note that these Fellowships are subject to intense competition, and that the Department will only support applications considered to have a very high chance of success.

Applications must be made through the IRC’s online submission system by the deadline of 16:00 GMT on Tuesday 24 November.  Please note that other deadlines, for referees, proposed Mentor, and the host institution, follow in short order.