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Opportunity profile: Live-in history for young scholars

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Residential fellowships in Germany offer career-starting opportunities for junior researchers focused on European history

Housed in a 17th century building that was rebuilt after its bombing in the Second World War, the Leibniz Institute of European History (IEG) in Mainz, Germany, offers doctoral and postdoctoral researchers the opportunity to live and work at the institute for short-term fellowships.

Researchers from any country can apply and there is a small, permanent academic staff with whom fellows are encouraged to collaborate.

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