Doctoral student positions at Linnaeus University Sweden (30.03.2023)
Welcome to Linnaeus University, Sweden!
Linnaeus University Center for Intermedial and Multimodal Studies now announces four salaried positions for doctoral students as part of the graduate school Multimodality and Intermediality: Humanist Research in a Digital World (MIDWorld) in the following subjects: Comparative literature, English literature, French literature, and German literature. IMS research within any of these disciplines also include other media than literature such as film, music, art and computer games.
The Linnaeus University Center for Intermedial and Multimodal Studies (IMS) is a world-leading interdisciplinary research centre studying relations and interactions between media. IMS is situated within the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at Linnaeus University in Växjö.
Deadline for applications is 30 March 2023.
1 September 2023.
The application must be written in English and consist of the following documents:
- a cover letter explaining the motives for applying to the position (max two pages); the letter should also clearly state which of the four possible third-cycle subjects you are applying for;
- the applicant’s CV (max two pages);
- attested copies of transcript/s of records demonstrating the applicant’s eligibility for the position (including proof of proficiency in English for non-native speakers);
- a research plan (max 10 000 characters excl. references), including purpose, theory, research questions, method, time plan, and how you position your project within MidWorld and, if applicable, in one of the research clusters (i.e. IMS Green, IMS, News, IMS Memory or IMS Literacy);
- a copy of the applicant’s MA thesis or the equivalent;
- names of and contact details for up to three referees.
For more information about the applications procedure and how to apply, please visit Linnaeus University’s job page.
Deadline for applications is 30 March 2023. Interviews with selected applicants will commence in April 2023.
Reference number: HR-2023/171