Call for Applications: Doctoral Program »Organizing the Digital«

Recently, the increasing transdisciplinary importance of the digital has become obvious by a growing number of PhD projects, which address their respective questions from various theoretical and methodological perspectives. Across research centers, digitization poses new and relevant research questions and provides new sources of data for addressing them.
The Doctoral Program “Organizing the Digital: Relations, Publics, Societies” promotes transdisciplinary research on digital phenomena that bridges and transcends micro, meso and macro levels of analysis. The Doctoral Program thereby takes a multi-method and inter-disciplinary lens and advances conceptual research, driven by experimental, qualitative and interpretive studies, as well as related quantifications and network analyses.

The Doctoral Program assumes that its doctoral students meet the requirements of the respective curricula of the PhD/doctoral program in which they are enrolled. Additionally, students affiliated to the Doctoral Program #OrganizingtheDigital will attend specific courses focusing on topics of the DP and participate in different types of conferences in order to acquire and deepen presentation and academic discussion skills.

Your application should include

  • letter of intent (1p)
  • CV
  • short dissertation proposal (2-5pp)

Deadline for application: November 30, 2018

Please find further information on our Doctoral Program in the information folder of the Doctoral Program. Please feel free to share this call for applications with other potential candidates.

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