“Trajectories of Change” addresses historical and current transformation processes in the European neighbourhood. The programme offers stipends and fieldwork grants for Ph.D. students in the humanities and social sciences studying political and social change in Eastern Europe, North Africa and the Middle East as well as Central Asia.more
Humanities and Social Sciences
Social change has a significant impact on the debates in the humanities and social sciences. The foundation's 'Trajectories of Change' program provides funding for post-graduate research into transformations in the European periphery. The changing metropolis is the focus of the summer academy 'History Takes Place – Urban Change in Europe' as well as of the fellow program at the HafenCity Universität Hamburg. The Bucerius Young Scholars Forum in Berkeley examines histories of migration from transatlantic and global perspective. The Arnold Heidsieck Scholarships provide funding for studies in the U.S.
The Bucerius Institute for Research of Contemporary German History and Society at the University of Haifa provides a forum for research and debates on historical and current topics concerning the Federal Republic of Germany.
The Bucerius Young Scholars Forum in Berkeley is designed to bring together a transatlantic group of ten junior scholars from Germany, Europe and North America to explore new research questions in the history of migration. The program is run by the German Historical Institute Washington and focuses particularly on questions arising from interlacing the perspectives of migration and knowledge.more
The summer school “History Takes Place – Dynamics of Urban Change” will bring together from 4 to 15 September 2017 twenty international young researchers – historians, art historians, archaeologists, cultural and social scientists, city planners and architects. This year’s programme is focused on the complex and multi-layered history of Belgrade and Sarajevo. The ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius and the Gerda Henkel Foundation invite the participants to study the connections between historical events and spatial development.more