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November 2018 – Newsletter "Research in Germany"

Religious research looks into politics, culture and society

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Is religion a private matter or a political issue? Religious researchers would say it is both, and also study religion as a social and cultural phenomenon. You can also read in this edition about the research a French physicist is doing at the nano level, learn about current funding programmes and discover our number of the month.

 
 

In focus: Religious research

Talking about the unsayable

Talking about the unsayable

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What turns ordinary people into extremists? Researching radicalisation

What turns ordinary people into extremists? Researching radicalisation

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Career & funding

 
The physics of tiny things

The physics of tiny things

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Current calls


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DAAD research grants

The closing dates for applications depend on your country of origin.


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International Climate Protection Fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation

Application deadline: 1 March 2019


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PhD funding from the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung

Applications can be submitted at any time.


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Upcoming events


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"Research in Germany" information seminar on social and economic sciences

12 November 2018, Bucharest, Romania


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"Research in Germany" at the PhD Workshop China 2018

17 to 18 November 2018, Beijing, China & 20 November 2018, Shanghai, China


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"Research in Germany" webinar series

3 to 6 December 2018


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Number of the month

800

That’s how many musical manuscripts written by the composer Georg Philipp Telemann are locked away in a vault in Frankfurt. Digitisation of the baroque works is enabling researchers all over the world to study them.

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Get updates

Get updates about research career options and funding opportunities in Germany, the latest research news, interesting research projects and upcoming events.

 
 
Editors

German Academic Exchange Service – DAAD

Section K22 – International Research Marketing

Dr Katja Lasch

Kennedyallee 50, 53175 Bonn

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Final editing and translation

FAZIT Communication GmbH

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Publisher

Federal Ministry of Education and Research

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