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Next PhD Workshop

14th EAJS Workshop for Doctoral Students

Call for Applications: 14th EAJS Workshop for Doctoral Students

Venue: The University of Belgrade, Serbia

Date: 8–11 October 2018

Project director: Prof Dr Ljiljana Markovic (The University of Belgrade)

Language for applications and during the workshop: English

Application deadline: 11 June 2018

The application deadline has ended.

The European Association for Japanese Studies (EAJS) invites doctoral students in all humanities and social sciences to apply for the 14th EAJS Workshop for Doctoral Students (8–11 October 2018). The workshop will take place at the University of Belgrade. EAJS will cover the costs of travel (up to 400 EUR) and accommodation for the duration of the workshop for a group of 18-20 doctoral students and 4-5 senior scholars who will act as advisors.

The EAJS Workshops for Doctoral Students aim to create a European multidisciplinary network of advanced graduate students and senior scholars in Japanese Studies. The informal environment of the workshop provides a unique opportunity for participants to work together intensively to enhance individual projects and engage in in-depth discussions of common themes and methods. Through presentations and focused sessions, students give and receive critical feedback on dissertation projects, fieldwork plans and preliminary results. Students will be asked to read the work of their peers and prepare for workshop presentations linking their own work to the broader international Japanese Studies field. Students will also get one-to-one supervision with a senior scholar in their respective field.