Contact

Address                              

CGI LogoDoctoral Programme "Gender and Gender Relations in Transformation:
Spaces -Relations - Representations"
Center Interdisciplinary Gender Studies Innsbruck (CGI)

University of Innsbruck | Innrain 52d | 6020 Innsbruck | Austria 
  dk-gender@uibk.ac.at    +43-512-507-XXXX

 

Conduct

Univ.-Prof. Maria. A. Wolf (Head)
  +43 512 507-40051
  maria.a.wolf@uibk.ac.at

Ao.Univ.-Prof. Dr.  Veronika Eberharter (Substitutional Head)
   +43 512 507-71015
  veronika.eberharter@uibk.ac.at

Priv. Doz. Mag. Dr. Bernhard Weicht  (Substitutional Head)
  +43 512 507-73402
  bernhard.weicht@uibk.ac.at

 

Management

to be announced
 to be announced
 dk-gender@uibk.ac.at

 

New admissions

Applications for admission to the Doctoral Programme can be submitted on an ongoing basis.

Please send your application including a letter of motivation (max. 2 pages), an outline of the intended dissertation project (max. 8 pages), a CV including a list of publications, university certificates, a digital version of the Master's thesis, possibly a letter of recommendation or a report on the Master's thesis to: dk-gender@uibk.ac.at

The Doctoral Programme considers itself to be an academic discursive space for highly qualified academics. It offers research-oriented, curricularly embedded and coordinated supervision of the dissertation, interdisciplinary exchange and access to international networks. As a fellow student, you also have access to funding for research trips and events (e.g. summer schools, methodology workshops, etc.), libraries and digital infrastructure. After enrolment in the PhD programme, you can also apply for a grant from the University of Innsbruck's Junior Researcher Grant Programme. You are expected to actively participate in events, courses and guest lectures of the programme, and to regularly discuss the state of your dissertation with colleagues and faculty. We are looking forward to your application.
 

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The Doctoral Programme is supported by Förderkreis der Universität Innsbruck 1669 - Wissenschaft Gesellschaft

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