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TitelStipendien für Master- und Ph.D.-Studiengänge in Germanic Studies, University of British Columbial, Vancouver
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The Department of Central, Eastern and Northern European Studies at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver seeks excellent students to join its interdisciplinary research team in Germanic Studies at the internationally-renowned University of British Columbia (UBC) in beautiful Vancouver, Canada.

All successful applicants to the MA or PhD program regardless of research focus will receive competitive financial support in the form of research scholarships and/or teaching assistantships for the duration of their studies. Travel support and exchange scholarships are available as well. Find more info at

PLEASE NOTE: For September 2016 start date, we also offer a five-Year Ph.D. Full Fellowship in Germanic Studies with a Focus on Media Studies and Theories: $24,000 base funding plus $3,200 International Tuition Award per year; additional numeration per TA-ship is $5,989. We seek an excellent student in the wider field of German Studies, whose Ph.D. project focuses on Media Studies and Theories. Details at

Experienced and understanding faculty members guide all of our graduate students through every stage of their studies in order to help them take full advantage of the field and their degree. Students are not only part of the intellectual community in a wide range of courses offered, but they are also seen as partners in our interdisciplinary approaches to Germanic Studies.
Our recent alumni have continued their post-graduate studies or have realized academic careers at universities and colleges in Canada, the US, Germany, and Japan, at institutions such as: McGill University, The University of Victoria, Stanford University, Cornell University, Bates College, Free University Berlin, and The University of Tokyo. Visit our webpage to read more about our alumni.

Our faculty, whose expertise lies in all areas of German, Baltic, Scandinavian, and Slavic studies, including Gender and Media Studies, as well as Second Language Acquisition, prepare students for their future endeavours and engage them in a diversity of professional development opportunities.
See below for an overview of research interests and visit our website to find out more about our encouraging and outstanding Graduate Faculty as well as their innovative research:

Our Master’s Program normally comprises two years of study with two TA-ships. It includes either 9 graduate courses and a Graduating Essay or 7 graduate courses and a Master’s Thesis, followed by a Final Comprehensive Examination.

Our PhD Program normally comprises four to five years of study and includes two years of course work (6 graduate courses), TA- and RA-ships, a Doctoral Candidacy Examination, two to three years for the doctoral dissertation, and a public defense.

We offer innovative, research-intensive German graduate courses with a unique cross-cultural and interdisciplinary perspective, as well as excellent research and teaching opportunities. More info at

Every year, the department of CENES sponsors lectures, colloquia, and discussions that foster a welcoming community of students and faculty from Canada and around the world.
Highlights include a graduate student conference on The Fantasy of Social Justice (Student Conference) taking place in March 2016, the annual graduate research colloquium and the prestigious Ziegler Visiting Speaker Series. This year, the Ziegler Series includes Prof. Meghan Sutherland who gave an excellent lecture on "Liberalism,Media and the State of Abandon" in October. November will see UBC's Heidi Tworekand give a lecture titled "Hapless Propagandists? German News in the United States during World War 1 and Digital Approaches to Media Studies ". Guntis Šmidchens, Karin Bauer, and Jack Zipes will also be visiting as part of the Ziegler series. Beyond the department, students benefit from cooperation and interaction with several other UBC programs and departments, and from excellent exchange opportunities with partner universities in Germany, including the Free University in Berlin and The LMU Munich.

Application deadlines for September 2016 admission:

January 15, 2016 (international students)
January 31, 2016 (Canadian/US students)

Please visit our website for more information and details about application:

Please contact the Graduate Program Assistant, Charlene McCombs for more information:


Kyle Frackman, Assistant Professor
18th to 20th century German literature; film studies; music history; philosophy and intellectual history; gender studies and cultural theory; Scandinavian studies.

Markus Hallensleben, Associate Professor and Graduate Advisor
19th to 21st century Austrian and German culture and literature; European avant-garde movements and aesthetics; performance theories and visual arts.

Ilinca Iurascu, Assistant Professor
19th century German and comparative literature; the Realist novel; media and cultural theory; pre-cinema and early film; Material Culture Studies.

Gaby Pailer, Professor
German literature from early modern to contemporary; gender and literature; drama and theatre; Enlightenment, Classicism, and Romanticism.

Caroline Rieger, Assistant Professor of Applied Linguistics
Second/Foreign language acquisition and teaching; interlanguage pragmatics; conversation analysis; intercultural communication.

Thomas Salumets, Associate Professor
18th century German literature; Estonian cultural studies; ecocriticism (Arne Naess); figurational sociology (Norbert Elias); psychoanalytical criticism (D.W. Winnicott, Takeo Doi).

Steven Taubeneck, Associate Professor
Intersections between culture as literature and film, philosophy and history; phenomenology, hermeneutics and pragmatism in philosophy; comparative cultural history.

Geoffrey Winthrop-Young, Professor
Head of Department
Media theory; cultural techniques; biology and cultural evolution; Science Fiction; German and American posthumanism.

To learn more about our graduate faculty, please visit their individual profile pages on our website:

Charlene McCombs
Graduate Program Assistant
The University of British Columbia
Department of Central Eastern and Northern European Studies
222-1873 East Mall, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1
Tel: 604-827-3550 | Fax: 604. 822. 9344
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PersonName: Charlene McCombs 
Funktion: Graduate Program Assistant 
KontaktdatenName/Institution: UBC 
Stadt: Vancouver, BC 
SchlüsselbegriffeLiteraturwissenschaft; Computerphilologie; Dramentheorie; Erzähltheorie; Genderforschung; Komparatistik (Kulturvergleich, Interkulturelle Literaturwissenschaft); Literatur 700 - 1150; Literatur 1150 - 1300; Literatur 1300 - 1500; Literatur 1500 - 1580; Literatur 1580 - 1700; Literatur 1700 - 1770; Literatur 1770 - 1830; Literatur 1830 - 1880; Literatur 1880 - 1945; Literatur nach 1945; Literatur- u. Kulturgeschichte; Literaturdidaktik; Literatursoziologie; Literaturtheorie: Themen; Medien- u. Kommunikationsgeschichte (Hand-, Druckschrift, Film, Rundfunk, Computerspiel usw.); Medien- u. Kommunikationstheorie; Motiv- u. Stoffgeschichte; Theater (Aufführungspraxis)
Zusätzliches SuchwortStipendium; Fellowship; Scholarship; Studium; DaF; Magister; MA; PhD; Doktorat; Doktoranden; BA Studierende; Dissertation; Auslandsaufenthalt; Exchange; German Studies; Media Studies
Klassifikation01.00.00 Allgemeine deutsche Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft; 01.00.00 Allgemeine deutsche Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft > 01.06.00 Studium; 01.00.00 Allgemeine deutsche Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft > 01.07.00 Germanistik im Ausland; 03.00.00 Literaturwissenschaft; 03.00.00 Literaturwissenschaft > 03.03.00 Studien; 03.00.00 Literaturwissenschaft > 03.06.00 Literaturtheorie; 03.00.00 Literaturwissenschaft > 03.07.00 Ästhetik; 03.00.00 Literaturwissenschaft > 03.08.00 Poetik > 03.08.03 Dichtung und Kunst; 03.00.00 Literaturwissenschaft > 03.08.00 Poetik > 03.08.04 Dichtung und Musik; 03.00.00 Literaturwissenschaft > 03.11.00 Übersetzung; 03.00.00 Literaturwissenschaft > 03.12.00 Interpretation. Hermeneutik; 03.00.00 Literaturwissenschaft > 03.14.00 Literatursoziologie; 03.00.00 Literaturwissenschaft > 03.15.00 Literatur und Medien; 03.00.00 Literaturwissenschaft > 03.17.00 Deutschunterricht. Literaturdidaktik; 04.00.00 Allgemeine Literaturgeschichte; 04.00.00 Allgemeine Literaturgeschichte > 04.02.00 Studien; 04.00.00 Allgemeine Literaturgeschichte > 04.03.00 Vergleichende Literaturgeschichte; 04.00.00 Allgemeine Literaturgeschichte > 04.04.00 Weltliteratur; 05.00.00 Deutsche Literaturgeschichte; 05.00.00 Deutsche Literaturgeschichte > 05.04.00 Studien; 05.00.00 Deutsche Literaturgeschichte > 05.07.00 Deutschsprachige Literatur des Auslandes; 05.00.00 Deutsche Literaturgeschichte > 05.09.00 Gattungen und Formen; 05.00.00 Deutsche Literaturgeschichte > 05.09.00 Gattungen und Formen > 05.09.01 Allgemeines; 05.00.00 Deutsche Literaturgeschichte > 05.09.00 Gattungen und Formen > 05.09.02 Drama; 05.00.00 Deutsche Literaturgeschichte > 05.09.00 Gattungen und Formen > 05.09.03 Epik; 05.00.00 Deutsche Literaturgeschichte > 05.09.00 Gattungen und Formen > 05.09.04 Lyrik; 05.00.00 Deutsche Literaturgeschichte > 05.11.00 Stoffe. Motive. Themen; 06.00.00 Mittelalter; 06.00.00 Mittelalter > 06.04.00 Studien; 07.00.00 Frühes Mittelalter (Von den Anfängen bis 1170); 07.00.00 Frühes Mittelalter (Von den Anfängen bis 1170) > 07.02.00 Studien; 08.00.00 Hochmittelalter; 08.00.00 Hochmittelalter > 08.02.00 Studien; 09.00.00 Spätmittelalter und Übergangszeit (14. und 15. Jahrhundert); 09.00.00 Spätmittelalter und Übergangszeit (14. und 15. Jahrhundert) > 09.04.00 Studien; 10.00.00 16. Jahrhundert; 10.00.00 16. Jahrhundert > 10.07.00 Studien; 11.00.00 17. Jahrhundert; 11.00.00 17. Jahrhundert > 11.05.00 Studien; 12.00.00 18. Jahrhundert; 12.00.00 18. Jahrhundert > 12.04.00 Studien; 13.00.00 Goethezeit; 13.00.00 Goethezeit > 13.04.00 Studien; 14.00.00 Romantik; 14.00.00 Romantik > 14.04.00 Studien; 15.00.00 19. Jahrhundert; 15.00.00 19. Jahrhundert > 15.04.00 Studien; 16.00.00 Jahrhundertwende (1880-1914); 16.00.00 Jahrhundertwende (1880-1914) > 16.04.00 Studien; 17.00.00 20. Jahrhundert (1914-1945); 17.00.00 20. Jahrhundert (1914-1945) > 17.04.00 Studien; 18.00.00 20. Jahrhundert (1945-1989); 18.00.00 20. Jahrhundert (1945-1989) > 18.04.00 Studien; 18.00.00 20. Jahrhundert (1945-1989) > 18.09.00 Stoffe. Motive. Themen; 18.00.00 20. Jahrhundert (1945-1989) > 18.10.00 Bundesrepublik Deutschland bis 1990; 18.00.00 20. Jahrhundert (1945-1989) > 18.10.00 Bundesrepublik Deutschland bis 1990 > 18.10.04 Studien; 18.00.00 20. Jahrhundert (1945-1989) > 18.11.00 DDR; 18.00.00 20. Jahrhundert (1945-1989) > 18.11.00 DDR > 18.11.04 Studien; 18.00.00 20. Jahrhundert (1945-1989) > 18.12.00 Österreich; 18.00.00 20. Jahrhundert (1945-1989) > 18.12.00 Österreich > 18.12.04 Studien; 18.00.00 20. Jahrhundert (1945-1989) > 18.13.00 Schweiz; 18.00.00 20. Jahrhundert (1945-1989) > 18.13.00 Schweiz > 18.13.04 Studien; 18.00.00 20. Jahrhundert (1945-1989) > 18.14.00 Zu einzelnen Autoren; 19.00.00 1990 bis zur Gegenwart; 19.00.00 1990 bis zur Gegenwart > 19.04.00 Studien; 19.00.00 1990 bis zur Gegenwart > 19.09.00 Stoffe. Motive. Themen; 19.00.00 1990 bis zur Gegenwart > 19.10.00 Bundesrepublik Deutschland; 19.00.00 1990 bis zur Gegenwart > 19.10.00 Bundesrepublik Deutschland > 19.10.04 Studien; 19.00.00 1990 bis zur Gegenwart > 19.11.00 Österreich; 19.00.00 1990 bis zur Gegenwart > 19.11.00 Österreich > 19.11.04 Studien; 19.00.00 1990 bis zur Gegenwart > 19.12.00 Schweiz; 19.00.00 1990 bis zur Gegenwart > 19.12.00 Schweiz > 19.12.04 Studien; 19.00.00 1990 bis zur Gegenwart > 19.13.00 Zu einzelnen Autoren; 00.00.00 ohne thematische Zuordnung
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