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TitelFull Financing and Fellowships, Graduate Study in German, University of Illinois
BeschreibungUniversity of Illinois Graduate Program in Germanic Languages and Literatures

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www.germanic.illinois.edu

Die University of Illinois ist eine der besten öffentlichen Universitäten in den USA. Das Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures (www.germanic.illinois.edu) bietet umfangreiche Studiengänge mit M.A. (Masters of Art) und Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy) Abschluss an. Studenten werden durch Überblickskurse und Schwerpunkseminare vertiefend in die deutschsprachige Literatur-, Kulturgeschichte vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart und in die Sprachwissenschaft eingeführt.

In Zusammenarbeit mit erfahrenen, national und international anerkannten Dozenten entwickeln Studenten ein eigenes Forschungsprojekt. Hierbei besteht auch die Möglichkeit interdisziplinäre Untersuchungen in den Bereichen der Linguistik, Skandinavistik, Anthropologie, Kunst-und Sozialgeschichte, Religion, Philosophie, Jewish Studies, Musik-, Film-, und Politikwissenschaft durchzuführen.

Die University of Illinois befindet sich in Urbana-Champaign, Illinois und verfügt über günstige Auto-und Bahnverbindungen nach Chicago und St. Louis. Urbana-Champaign ist eine attraktive Universitätsstadt mit vielfältigen kulturellen und künstlerischen Angeboten und einem lebendigen internationalen sozialen Umfeld. Eine der weltweit umfangreichsten und angesehensten Forschungsbibliotheken ist an der University of Illinois.

Bewerber/innen benötigen einen Abschluss, der dem amerikanischen B.A. (Bachelor of Arts) oder dem M.A. (Masters of Art) entspricht. Wir geben zugelassenen Studenten grosszügige finanzielle Unterstützung durch Stipendien, sowie Forschungs-und Lehrassistenzen. Alle Studenten in unserem national und international anerkannten Studienprogramm erhalten finanzielle Unterstützung. Ab dem ersten Jahr besteht die Möglichkeit Deutschsprachkurse zu unterrichten. Studenten werden durch ein sprachpädagogisches Training auf diese Aufgabe vorbereitet.

Unsere Promotionsstudenten in Germanic Languages and Literatures haben die Möglichkeit zusätzlich Graduate Zertifikate in den folgenden Programmen, mit denen wir eng zusammenarbeiten, abzulegen: Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory, Program in Medieval Studies, Cinema Studies, Second Language Acquisition and Teacher Education (SLATE). Das Program in Comparative and World Literature, das European Union Center und das Russian, East European and Eurasian Center bieten weitere Studien-und Forschungsmöglichkeiten für unsere Studenten an.

Wir freuen uns über Bewerber aus allen Ländern. Informationen zur Bewerbung und zum Graduate Studium an der University of Illinois finden Sie unter www.grad.illinois.edu/admissions/apply und unter www.germanic.illinois.edu.

Für weitere Informationen wenden Sie sich bitte an: Prof. Mara Wade (Institutsleiterin, mwade@illinois.edu), Prof. Laurie Johnson (Director of Graduate Studies, lruthjoh@illinois.edu) oder Prof. Stephanie Hilger (Director of Graduate Admissions, hilger@illinois.edu).

Laurie Johnson
Associate Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures, in the Program in Comparative and World Literature, and in the Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
2090 FLB, 707 S. Mathews Ave.
Urbana, IL 61801
Phone: 217/265-4037
Websites: http://laurieruthjohnson.weebly.com/
http://www.germanic.illinois.edu/people/lruthjoh


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Full Financing and Fellowships Available for Graduate Study in German at the University of Illinois

www.germanic.illinois.edu

The Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures at the University of Illinois is accepting applications for graduate study to begin in fall 2010.

Distinguished by its broad range, its long history, and its award-winning faculty, the department teaches German and Scandinavian languages, and offers courses in literary and cultural studies from the Middle Ages to the present, in historical and applied linguistics, and in film studies and critical theory.

The graduate program of the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures offers both M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in German. M.A. students receive in-depth training in all areas of German language and literature. Ph.D. students specialize in literature, cultural studies, or in linguistics. They also have the option of incorporating Scandinavian languages, literatures, and cultures. Students are further encouraged to take advantage of the rich and interdisciplinary offerings of the university. They may supplement course work in the Department with study in other departments and programs such as the Program in Medieval Studies, the Program in Comparative Literature, the Unit for Cinema Studies, the Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory, the Women's Studies Program, the Program in Jewish Culture and Society, the Program in Second Language Acquisition/Teacher Education [SLATE], or the Department of Linguistics. Students can obtain minors or certificates from these various programs.

The department regularly wins funding from competitive grant programs such as the Max Kade Foundation, the Humboldt Foundation, the German Academic Exchange Program, Fulbright, and the Swedish Institute. Each spring, we host a visiting professor from Germany under the auspices of the Max Kade program, and we maintain a faculty exchange with the University of Göttingen. We have a remarkably active intellectual climate with a robust lecture series and program of regular conferences, colloquia, and symposia, at which we host a wide range of guests and speakers from Germany, Scandinavia, and the United States. All faculty pursue an active research agenda and regularly publish and present their research in major academic venues.

Our graduate students spend substantial time abroad via our exchanges with German universities, under the auspices of Fulbright or the German Academic Exchange Service, or as teaching assistants with our Austria-Illinois Exchange Program in Vienna. They also participate in summer programs and conduct summer research at academic institutions and libraries in the U.S. and abroad.

Dissertation fellowships are available through the School of Literatures, Cultures, and Linguistics as well as from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

The department provides graduate student instructors with solid pedagogical training to take on diverse teaching assignments within the curriculum, ranging from beginning to advanced levels of German and Swedish language instruction to upper-division, writing-intensive literature courses in English. Our teaching assistants are also involved in curricular work, assisting in test construction, course development, and program coordination. Through careful mentoring by the faculty, our graduate student instructors are guided to become self- directed and critically reflective teachers.

Full fellowships (available from the Department, from our School of Literatures, Cultures, and Linguistics, and from the Max Kade Foundation) and teaching assistantships, with benefits, are available to qualified applicants. We welcome your interest and invite you to contact any of us for additional information:

Professor Laurie Johnson, director of graduate studies (lruthjoh@illinois.edu), Professor Stephanie Hilger, director of graduate admissions (hilger@illinois.edu), Professor Yasemin Yildiz, director of graduate recruitment (yy47@illinois.edu), or Professor Mara Wade, department head (mwade@illinois.edu). Application forms are available online at http://www.grad.illinois.edu/admissions/apply and through our website, at
www.germanic.illinois.edu.

Applications are due by January 1 for full fellowship consideration.

Laurie Johnson
Associate Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures, in the Program in Comparative and World Literature, and in the Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
2090 FLB, 707 S. Mathews Ave.
Urbana, IL 61801
Phone: 217/265-4037
Websites: http://laurieruthjohnson.weebly.com/
http://www.germanic.illinois.edu/people/lruthjoh

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Bewerbungsschluss01.01.2010
PersonName: Laurie Johnson 
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E-Mail: lruthjoh@illinois.edu 
KontaktdatenName/Institution: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 
Strasse/Postfach: 2090 FLB, 707 S. Mathews Ave. 
Stadt: Urbana, IL 61801 
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