Politics of Reading postdocs and PhD positions

One Post-Doc and three PhD positions open in Freiburg (start date: June / September 2018).

1.Post-Doctoral Researcher in the ERC funded research project “The Politics of Reading in the People’s Republic of China (READCHINA)”

Full position, 5 years (2 + 3 years, TV-L 13); starting date: 1 June, 2018

The ERC Project “The Politics of Reading in the People’s Republic of China (READCHINA)” investigates the politics and practices of reading in the Peoples Republic of China (PRC), their interpretation and their impact on social and intellectual change. The main objective of the study is a rei nvestigation of literary history and cultural policy of the PRC from the perspective of the ordinary reader. This grassroots approach means turning away from the established focus on authors and the political context. Instead, READCHINA will investigate the social conditions under which texts were read, what influences this had on the lives of individuals, on social, intellectual and literary change in China, and on the modes of production, distribution and consumption of literature.

Deadline for applications: March 18, 2018.

More information at: http://u.osu.edu/mclc/2018/02/14/politics-of-reading-postdocs-and-phd-positions/

2. Doctoral Researcher (PhD position) in Chinese Studies, ERC-Project “The Politics of Reading in the People’s Republic of China (READCHINA)”

Duration: four years (2 + 2 years, 65%, TV-L 13)

The ERC Project “The Politics of Reading in the People’s Republic of China (READCHINA)” investigates the politics and practices of reading in the Peoples Republic of China (PRC), their interpretation and their impact on social and intellectual change. The main objective of the study is a reinvestigation of literary history and cultural policy of the PRC from the perspective of the ordinary reader. This grassroots approach means turning away from the established focus on authors and the political context. Instead, READCHINA will investigate the social conditions under which texts were read, what influences this had on the lives of individuals, on social, intellectual and literary change in China, and on the modes of production, distribution and consumption of literature.

Deadline for application: May 15, 2018.

More information at: http://u.osu.edu/mclc/2018/02/14/politics-of-reading-postdocs-and-phd-positions/

Contact

Lena Henningsen : Lena.Henningsen@sinologie.uni-freiburg.de


Monique Abud

Centre d’études sur la Chine moderne et contemporaine, EHESS, Paris, France

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Centre d’études sur la Chine moderne et contemporaine, EHESS, Paris, France

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