The graduate school at the Faculty of Humanities enables students to take part in structured doctoral programs. Students are also able to take part in the program of events offered by Career Development at Universität Hamburg.
The graduate school consists of the research training groups (GRK) at the Faculty of Humanities. These include research training groups funded by the German Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, DFG) and other institutions (e.g., the DFG-GRK “Understanding Written Artefacts,” the DFG-GRK “Interconfessionalism in the Early Modern Period,” the GRK “China in Europe, Europe in China: Past and Present”) and the Humanities Doctoral Program funded by the Faculty. A board of directors (spokesperson, GRK heads, two doctoral student representatives) oversees the graduate school. Prof. Dr. Martina Seifert is the current spokesperson.
- Prof. Dr. Martina Seifert (spokesperson)
- Prof. Dr. Oliver Huck (DFG-GRK "Understandig Written Artefacts")
- Prof. Dr. Barend ter Haar (GRK “China in Germany, Germany in China. Past and Present”)
- Prof. Dr. Anselm Steiger (DFG-GRK “Interconfessionalism in the Early Modern Period”)
- Prof. Dr. Matthew Braham (DFG-GRK "Collective Decision Making")
- Berfu Erdogan/ Felix Matheis (doctoral student reps)
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