Oxford-Berlin Funded Projects Announced

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We are delighted to share the news that results of the first round of Oxford-Berlin seed funding applications have been announced. A total of 29 projects in the Humanities, Social Sciences, STEM and Medical Sciences, all co-organised by Oxford and Berlin academics, have been funded through this scheme.

Follow this link to read the press release: https://www.berlin-university-alliance.de/en/news/items/20181217-ox-ber-seed-funding.html.

Follow this link to learn more about the Oxford-Berlin Research Partnership: http://www.ox.ac.uk/about/international-oxford/oxford-berlin-research-partnership.

The Humanities project funded in the Michaelmas Term 2018-2019 round of applications are:

"Imperial Expectations and Regional Persistence: Ethnicity, Culture and Religion as Fundamental Resources of Regional Identities in the Hellenistic World and the Roman Empire“

Applicants: Ass. Prof. Beate Dignas (University of Oxford), Prof. Dr. Susanne Gödde (Freie Universität), Prof. Dr. Claudia Tiersch (Humboldt-Universität)

"Oxford-Berlin Enlightenment Hub“

Applicants: University of Oxford: Ass. Prof. Avi Lifschitz, Barry Murnane Barry Murnane, Dr. Kathryn Murphy, Prof. Howard Hotson, Prof. Nicholas Cronk; Freie Universität: Prof. Dr. Anita Traninger, Prof. Dr. Claudia Olk; Humboldt-Universität: Prof. Dr. Mark-Georg Dehrmann; sowie weitere externe Partnerinnen und Partner

"Literature and Material Culture: Archive, Library, Museum“

Applicants: Prof. Georgina Paul (University of Oxford), Prof. Dr. Ulrike Vedder (Humboldt-Universität)

"Oxford - Berlin Graduate Network in Ancient Studies“

Applicants: Prof. Tobias Reinhardt (University of Oxford), Prof. Dr. Monika Trümper (Freie Universität)

"Mobility in Historical Perspective“

Applicants: Prof. Julia Smith (University of Oxford), Prof. Dr. Paul Nolte (Freie Universität)


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