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The CRC Scholarship Programme


The scholarship programme of the CRC 1015 Otium supports distinguished junior researchers from abroad to develop their PhD projects in the CRC’s interdisciplinary research environment. For a period of up to 12 months, the scholarship holders can work on projects that are connected to the CRC and which analyze otium and its boundaries, chronotopes and practices from a systematic or historical perspective. During their time at the CRC they participate in the training programme offered by the Integrated Research Training Group (IRTG) as well as the discussions and activities of the CRC in general.

 

Scholars 2017-2020 (second funding period)

Magdalena Augustin
(14.11.2017–14.11.2018), Vienna University of Technology. PhD project: Denkmal und Kollektivismus. Historische Bausubstanz und alternative Kulturproduktion im deutschsprachigen Raum von 1960 bis heute.

Elisa Barbieri (15.10.2018–15.02.2019), Free University of Anghiari. PhD project: Daily Ka.

Lyudmila Kuznetsova (01.04.2018–31.07.2018), Perm State University. PhD project: The Phenomenon of the Soviet Resort (1920-1950).

Bianca Ludewig (01.09.2019-31.12.2019), European Ethnology, University of Innsbruck. PhD project: Avantgarde Festivals der Gegenwart. Kulturelle Praktiken zwischen Kunst, Musik, Technologie und Prekarität.

Sandra Mauler (01.11.2017–30.6.2018), University of Innsbruck. PhD project: Das unproduktive Selbst. Prokrastination zwischen Diskurs und Praxis.

Judith Müller (01.05.2018 - 31.07.2018), Ben Gurion University of the Negev. PhD project: Perception of Europe in Hebrew literature 1890-1938.

Karin Parienti-Maire (01.09.2019-31.12.2019), Sociology at the Département des sciences de l'Éducation, University of Paris 8 Vincennes Saint-Denis. PhD project: "Il faut cultiver notre jardin" (Voltaire). Vers une politique de l'amitié dans les jardins partagés.

Eleni Plati (01.09.2018–31.08.2019), Greek and Latin Languages and Literatures, University of Hamburg. PhD project: Medizinische Metaphern bei Plutarch.