Two half positions, social change in contemporary China
The successful candidate should have a Masters level degree in sociology or Chinese studies, be fluent in English, preferably possess excellent Chinese (Putonghua) language skills, and preferably master the German language at native or near-native level. He or she should have experience with or interest in field work and/or archival research in China. He or she is expected to develop and carry out doctoral research under supervision of the Chair in Social Sciences of East Asia: Political Sociology of China, and to participate in the teaching on the BA and MAprogrammes in the Institute of East Asian Studies and the Institute of Sociology. Full details are available at http://www.uni-due.de/imperia/md/content/stellen/interne/2009/aus_445-11_wiss._mit._prof._christiansen_in-east__arsa__-_englisch.pdf
Three doctoral fellowships in the DFG Research Training Group (Graduierten Kolleg) 1613 Risk and East Asia
Applications are invited from candidates with good language skills in Chinese or Japanese, and a strong MA (or equivalent) degree in Economics, Political Science, Sociology, Geography or in social scientific East Asian Regional Studies. Three doctoral fellowships will be awarded in 2012 for an initial one-year period of support, with a renewal option for a total three-year stipend. Stipends can begin as early as January 1, 2012 but no later than October 2012. Full
details are available at http://www.uni-due.de/riskandeastasia/index.php?id=13
Contact: Two half positions, social change in contemporary China: ProfessorFlemming Christiansen, flemming.christians en@uni-due. de
Three doctoral fellowships in the Research Training Group Risk and East Asia: Ms. Uta Golze, Coordinator, email@example.com Website: http://www.uni-due.de/in-east/
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