The doctoral programme in Culture and Global Studies
The doctoral programme Culture and Global Studies is an interdisciplinary research training programme for PhD fellows who conduct research within the frame of culture and globalisation, in a contemporary as well as historical perspective. The programme includes humanities and social science approaches to the research area of culture and global studies covering cultural, political and socio-economic processes on local, national, transnational and global level. PhD projects at the CGS programme study topics which are essential for the understanding of historical and contemporary processes in which their origin, contexts, conflicts and consequences are investigated. Research themes range from transnational phenomena and international affairs, intercultural and intraregional issues to changeable identities and everyday life experience.
New PhD Fellow: Daniela Chimirri
As of 15 July 2017 TRU - Tourism Research Unit and CIRCLA - Centre for Innovation and Research in Culture and Living in the Arctic has a new PhD Fellow!
New PhD Fellow: Verena Gisela Huppert
As of April 1st, 2017, CIRCLA has a new PhD fellow!
04.10.2017 at 10.00 AM - 05.00 PM
Invitation: PhD and Early Career Workshop: Write an Article and get it published
Writing has always been a key discipline to master within political sciences and humanities. Today writing articles and getting them published is more important than ever. Be it for the PhD-student using a collection of peer-reviewed and published articles as basis for the PhD, or for the young PhD aiming at a university career.
11.10.2017 at 00.00 PM - 13.10.2017 at 03.00 PM
Invitation to PhD Summer School 2017: Troubles and Challenges in Qualitative Research
Qualitative research often takes place in settings or milieus that the researcher may find difficult to navigate in. At other times, the research addresses sensitive or tacit themes where respondents appear reluctant, unwilling or unable to share information.