LINGUIST List 32.2133
Tue Jun 22 2021
FYI: Fellowships for Postgraduate Researchers, Collaborative Research Center (CRC) 1412 'Register: Language Users' Knowledge of Situational-Functional Variation', HU Berlin/ZAS
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The Collaborative Research Center (CRC or in German SFB) 1412 'Register: Language Users' Knowledge of Situational-Functional Variation' (http://sfb1412.hu-berlin.de
) is a joint research project of the Humboldt-University Berlin (HU) and the Leibniz-Centre General Linguistics (ZAS). There are 17 sub-projects investigating intra-speaker variation driven by situational and functional factors at all levels of language, and focusing on the language user's register knowledge and its relation to other types of linguistic knowledge. The CRC has been funded by the German Research Council DFG since 01.01.2020.
Within the Integrated Graduate School, we offer fellowships for Postgraduate Researchers who want to pursue or are already pursuing a Ph.D. relating to the research program of the CRC, or want to explore topics relating to the CRC within their Ph.D. research. The Integrated Graduate School serves the fellows, the Ph.D. students, working the CRC and also early career postdocs in the CRC. The leaders of the CRC Integrated Graduate School are Uli Sauerland (ZAS) and Richard Waltereit (HU). The coordinator is Anne Temme (HU).
We offer fellowships for up to one year with an open starting date within the year 2021. Remuneration is EUR 1,365 per month tax-free, and the fellows will need to purchase health insurance.
**The fellowship can be used to carry out a self-contained research project on the topic of the CRC, but the prospective fellow must identify a research project in the CRC that they primarily will connect to and contact a PI of that project at the time of application.**
The fellows are furthermore expected to participate in the training opportunities of the Graduate School, in particular methods schools, mentoring, and peer-to-peer networking events.
Applicants who are not yet registered in a Ph.D. program must have completed their M.A. by the planned start date. Applicants should name other research qualifications relevant to the planned research. The Integrated Graduate School aims to strengthen the diversity of the CRC and so members of groups traditionally underrepresented in German academic leadership positions are especially encouraged to apply. Note that previous recipients of CRC-1412 fellowships are **not** eligible for this stipend.
Applications must be submitted via e-mail (anne.temme
hu-berlin.de) and include the following items, preferably in a single PDF:
- A letter of intent stating the following
a) nature of your interest in the fellowship and your research goals for the duration of the fellowship
b) your contribution to the diversity goal of the CRC if any
c) the names and e-mail addresses of at least two scholars to be contacted for letters of recommendation.
d) the preferred period of the stipend: desired starting date (in 2021), length: 1 year max.
- A CV including a complete list of qualifications and publications;
- Electronic copies of up to two representative writing samples;
- Any relevant transcripts and degree certificates in electronic form
The submission deadline is July 12, 2021
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
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