Doctoral research fellowship in Chinese Studies at the University of Heidelberg

Research position (Akademische/r Mitarbeiter/in) (doctoral fellowship) available at the Institute of Chinese Studies at Heidelberg University, limited to 3 years, 50 percent of a full-time employment, in the context of the German-Russian project “Chinese perceptions of Russia and the West during the 20th century: changes, continuities and contingencies”.

Job description

  • Collaboration in the preparation, implementation and documentation of the project with a special focus on historical textbook research; development of research tools; collection, processing and evaluation of data; presentation and publication of the project’s results
  • Individual research connected to the project for acquiring a PhD


  • Applicants should hold a clearly above-average Master’s degree in a related field of research (Chinese Studies or similar)
  • Candidates should have excellent Chinese and English language skills (written and spoken), additional skills in Russian are an asset
  • Candidates should be very knowledgeable in the fields of modern Chinese/East Asian/Northeast Asian history
  • High organizational skills, independency, communication skills and team spirit will be appreciated
  • Candidates are expected to aim at obtaining a higher academic qualification


  • Please send your application written in English with the usual documentation (cover letter pointing out your specific skills; CV; certificates; abstract of your Master thesis and contact information of your supervisor) by June 25, 2017, as one pdf-file (max. 15 pages) to:
  • In case of queries, please contact the project leader, Prof. Dr. Gotelind Müller-Saini (email:


See the job announcement on the EACS website

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Aurélia Martin (12 juin 2017). Doctoral research fellowship in Chinese Studies at the University of Heidelberg. Carnets de l'UMR Chine, Corée, Japon. Consulté le 25 juillet 2024 à l’adresse

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