Visiting scholars & post-docs
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Visiting scholarship and post-docs fellowships

Recent


Barbara Vann


room 3070, building A, 3rd floor

Courses

Webpage at Loyola University Maryland


Past


Zsuzsa Gille


Professor Gille taught at ISS in the academic year 2013/2014.

Webpage at University of Illinois


John Sumser


Professor Sumser taught the courses The Sociology of Mass Media: Theories and Research and Hollywood Populism and the New American Right in Winter semester 2010/2011.

webpage at California State University


Pamela Walsch


Dr. Walsch taught the course American Political System and Health Policy in Summer semester 2010/2011

webpage at Eastern Michigan University



Post-docs


Filip Vostal


Filip says: "After undertaking five years of doctoral studies in sociology at the University of Bristol I benefited from a one-year postdoc at ISS, in at least two important ways. Primarily, I valued (temporal) autonomy I could enjoy at ISS. Hence I could work on my research in an organic way and carefully prepare some of my theses and parts of dissertation for publication. Secondly, at the same time I had the opportunity to take part in regular seminars with Professor Kabele's research group and extensively discuss my publication intentions as well as specific articles of mine. This interplay of autonomy and qualified feedback and discussions with members of the department resulted in an article published in prestigious journal Time & Society."



Call for applications

We are pleased to consider applications from post-docs and visiting scholars in the area of sociology and social and public policy who wish to spend some time at the Institute. Applications will be considered on the basis of merit and relevance of the visitor’s work to the ongoing activities of the Institute. For talented postdoctoral researchers we offer a modest financial support for up to 12 months duration. Informal enquiries should be made in the first instance to the Director (hajek@fsv.cuni.cz).







Visiting scholars & post-docs

Visiting scholarship and post-docs fellowships

Recent


Barbara Vann


room 3070, building A, 3rd floor

Courses

Webpage at Loyola University Maryland


Past


Zsuzsa Gille


Professor Gille taught at ISS in the academic year 2013/2014.

Webpage at University of Illinois


John Sumser


Professor Sumser taught the courses The Sociology of Mass Media: Theories and Research and Hollywood Populism and the New American Right in Winter semester 2010/2011.

webpage at California State University


Pamela Walsch


Dr. Walsch taught the course American Political System and Health Policy in Summer semester 2010/2011

webpage at Eastern Michigan University



Post-docs


Filip Vostal


Filip says: "After undertaking five years of doctoral studies in sociology at the University of Bristol I benefited from a one-year postdoc at ISS, in at least two important ways. Primarily, I valued (temporal) autonomy I could enjoy at ISS. Hence I could work on my research in an organic way and carefully prepare some of my theses and parts of dissertation for publication. Secondly, at the same time I had the opportunity to take part in regular seminars with Professor Kabele's research group and extensively discuss my publication intentions as well as specific articles of mine. This interplay of autonomy and qualified feedback and discussions with members of the department resulted in an article published in prestigious journal Time & Society."



Call for applications

We are pleased to consider applications from post-docs and visiting scholars in the area of sociology and social and public policy who wish to spend some time at the Institute. Applications will be considered on the basis of merit and relevance of the visitor’s work to the ongoing activities of the Institute. For talented postdoctoral researchers we offer a modest financial support for up to 12 months duration. Informal enquiries should be made in the first instance to the Director (hajek@fsv.cuni.cz).