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Artistic Re-enactments of Performance Art as Vehicles of Cultural Transfer in Eastern Europe

Projects can include comparative studies, for example, of the relevance of re-enactments in one local tradition versus that of another; or single-country studies of a number of re-enactments being staged in one context.
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Comparative Studies of Performance Art in Central, Eastern and Southern Europe since 1960

Example of projects can include: the development of performance art in the Baltic countries (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania); the Baltic and other Soviet countries; a juxtaposition of performance art practices in Central Europe (Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria); or a more broad comparison between particular practices in the Soviet Union, Central Europe, and Yugoslavia.
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Patterns Lectures Call 2016/2017

The call is directed at lecturers at public universities in CEE who offer study programmes in the fields of artistic research, art history, cultural theory, cultural studies and cultural sciences as well as related fields. Course proposals by external lecturers must be integrated into the framework of a public higher education institution.
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PhD Scholarships in East and Southeast European Studies

In an international working environment the Graduate School offers ideal conditions for the realization of excellent PhD-projects in the Humanities as well as in Social and Legal Studies which focus on East and Southeast Europe and the entanglements of this region with other regions of the world.
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Promotion of Young Scientists in Eastern Europe

With PROMYS, the SNSF is continuing a twenty-five-year-old tradition of scientific cooperation with Eastern Europe in the form of a special initiative for young researchers. By supporting researchers, the SNSF is also contributing to efforts aimed at strengthening the Eastern European science system.
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Participatory and Socially Engaged Art in Eastern Europe since the 1960s

This project aims to examine the phenomenon of participatory and socially engaged art in the specific socio-political context of Eastern Europe since the 1960s.
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Doctoral Scholarships in Baltic and Eastern European Studies at the Södertörn University

Södertörn University is offering nine doctoral studentships. The deadline for applications is 5 March 2015. 
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Mobility Grants 2015 for Eastern European Researchers and for Research in Eastern Europe

Funding Program by the Bavarian Academic Center for Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe
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Junior Researcher in Residence - Center for Advanced Studies, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich

The program is particularly aimed at academic staff members and scholarship recipients from the fields of humanities, cultural studies and social sciences at LMU Munich who, within their qualification level, seek a wider university and professional audience on the one hand, and who require optimal conditions for advancing or completing their research projects on the other hand.
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Visegrad Scholarship at the Open Society Archives

OSA is looking for prospective individual Visegrad fellows after their Master degree and with proven competency in the English language, ready to work on one of the listed issues, related either to the history of the Cold War or to human rights documentation.
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PhD Funding in East and Southeast European Studies

Beginning November 15th, 2014 available for two years with the option of extension for another eighteen months the Graduate School offers 5 positions as a research fellow – employment according to the German TV-L in part time (65 %) – and 5 PhD scholarships.
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PhD scholarship at the University of Aberdeen

PhD Scholarship with the title:  Documenting Performance Art in Central and Eastern Europe, c. 1960-1989
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