It has been announced that Frankfurt University and the Technical University at Darmstadt will begin their new program in Wert und Äquivalent. This interdisciplinary program will be directed by faculty from the two universities who are of international renown and active in a number of related disciplines: African prehistory, ethnology, Classical and Roman provincial archaeology, numismatics, European prehistory, Near eastern archaeology, North American ethnology, and philology.
The program officially begins on April 1, 2009 and applications for 11 doctoral scholarships with a stipend of 1200 Euro per month are being accepted until January 10, 2009. The scholarships are valid for two years and are renewable for a third year. Applications are available in both German and English.
One scholarship holder can work in archaeology and the cultural history of the Near East, one in Near Eastern philology, two in Classical archaeology (one in Frankfurt and one in Darmstadt), two in Roman provincial archaeology/auxiliary archaeological sciences (numismatics, papyrology, epigraphy), one in European prehistory, one in African prehistory, and three in ethnology with an emphasis on Africa, North America, and South East Asia.
There are also two post-doctoral fellowships for a tenure of two years. One is available in European prehistory and one in ethnology.
For further information and application details visit: http://www.value.uni-frankfurt.de/