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sdnh@uj.edu.pl
https://human.phd.uj.edu.pl

Address: Main Square 34, 2nd floor, 31-010 Kraków

Phone: 12 663 3886, 12 663 3997

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Dear All!

You are cordially invited to the conferences The epistemic significance from ferceptual consciousness

May 30-31, 2024 9:30am-5:30pm Headquarters of the Doctoral School of Humanities: 34 Market Square, 2nd floor 

 

Dear All!

We announce a competition for one place in the doctoral program in philosophy within the framework of the project “Emerging reproductive technologies meet philosophy: the non-identity problem, harm, and counterfactuals” funded by the National Science Center; head: Dr. Tomasz Żuradzki, Prof. of the Jagiellonian University.

DETAILS OF THE REVIEW ►HERE 

 

Dear All!

We are pleased to announce that our School's doctoral student, Ms. Fatma Edemen (PhD program: Arts Sciences), has received a Short-Term Research Grant from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). The doctoral student will spend six months in Berlin and Potsdam, allowing her to complete her doctoral research on the curatorial practices of film festivals in relation to Kurdish cinema. All at the invitation of the Babelsberg Kondrad Wolf Film University - starting in June 2024. 

HEARTIEST CONGRATULATIONS !

 

Dear All!

I am pleased to announce that the course Sociology of the Body, taught by Professor Kyle Green from the State University of New York Brockport, will take place from May 9th to June 6th, 2024.                             

Detailed information about the course can be found ► CLICK HERE

For active participation in the course you will receive 2 ECTS (methodological, interdisciplinary or specialization block).

For queries and registration, please contact Dr. Agnieszka Stasiewicz-Bieńkowska a.stasiewicz-bienkowska@uj.edu.pl

This is a truly unique opportunity to participate in the course and collaborate with a renowned scholar, specializing in the sociology of the body, social science methods and theories. Professor Green is the recipient of the American Sociological Association’s Junior Theorist of the Year Award and the 2023 SUNY Brockport Presidential Teaching Excellence Award. He is also the author of popular academic podcasts Give Methods a Chance and Give Theory a Chance.

 

A brief biography of Professor Green is available  ►CLICK HERE

Schedule:

Mondays (16:45-18:15, room no 24, Reymonta 4)

May 13, May 20, May 27, June 3

Thursdays (15:00-17:15, room no 24, Reymonta 4)

May 9, May 16, May 23, June 6

Dear All!

We are delighted to inform you that Cambridge University Professor of Linguistics and Philosophy, Kasia Jaszczolt will be visiting the Doctoral School in the Humanities at the Jagiellonian University in May 2024. Professor Jaszczolt will be teaching a short Masterclass course (in English) on the semantics and pragmatics of communication  of language ► DETAILS HERE.

To join the course, which consists of two 90-minute workshops (2 ECTS) to be held in room 2, Rynek Główny 34

  • ► on 8 May, 11:15-12:45
  • ► and 10 May, 11:30-13:00,

 

please write to: sdnh@uj.edu.pl. There are only 20 participants allowed, so the list will be compiled on the first-come, first-served basis.

Please get in touch by 28 April, as the list will be closed then.

 

 

Dear All!

We would like to inform you that on April 29 and 30, 2024, all classes at SDNH will be held remotely.

 

Dear All!

We are pleased to announce the upcoming public defense of the doctoral dissertation of Mr. Sebastian Brejnak - Doctoral Student of the Literary Studies program, who presented a paper entitled.

"Ewa Lipska's Idiom of Solitude. Auto(bio)graphic variations".

The defense will take place:

► April 26, 2024.

►at 1:30 pm

►Department of Polish Studies, Jagiellonian University, 16 Golębia Street, room no. 42.

Details of the doctoral defense are available at: LINK HERE

 

 

Dear All!

The JU Doctoral School in the Humanities organizes an annual academic event named Research Symposium. During this conference, PhD students present, in the form of twenty-minute papers delivered in English, a chosen research problem that they are developing within the framework of their own individual doctoral projects.

We strongly encourage all persons currently pursuing their second year of education at our Doctoral School to attend this year’s conference. Those who, for serious reasons, cannot participate in the Research Symposium in 2024, will be obliged to attend the event in the following academic year. Please, note, that presenting a paper at the Research Symposium is one of the conditions for completing the education at JU Doctoral School in the Humanities.

Schedule
 

► by 12 May 2024: submission of an abstract (approx. 250-300 words, in English), presenting the content for a 20-minute paper (the paper should focus on a research problem, directly related to the PhD project).

Please note: abstracts of presentations should include information about the program in which the doctoral project is being carried out, and should be sent as Word attachments to:

events.human@uj.edu.pl

► by 20 May 2024: feedback from doctoral program coordinators, including confirmation of acceptance (with comments and possible suggestions regarding the framing of the topic);

► 13 – 15 June 2024: Research Symposium (the conference will be held in English, at the Doctoral School's venue, Main Market Square).

For any inquiries concerning the event, please contact the program coordinators.

 

 

Dear All!

You are cordially invited to participate in the conference Wartime Documentation: Literature, Memoirs, and Testimonies, which will take place on April 22–24 in Kyiv and on the Zoom platform. This event is organized by the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy in cooperation with the University of Massachusetts. The aim of the conference is to examine the place and significance of literature in the context of the current conflict in Ukraine but also of narratives about war in general.

To participate in the events (in person or online), fill out the Google form by April 21, 2024.

LINK TO THE FORM.

Detailed information, has been emailed to doctoral students of our School.

Please remember about the one-hour time difference between Krakow and EET (Eastern European Time).

 

 

 

Dear All!

We are pleased to announce that two new doctoral programs have been established in the Doctoral School of Humanities for training cycles starting from the 2024/2025 academic year, 

► a doctoral program in the humanities in the scientific discipline of Polish Studies

► doctoral program in the humanities in the scientific discipline of ethnology and cultural anthropology

Details: Order No. 33 of the Rector of the Jagiellonian University dated March 28, 2024.

 
 

Dear All!

NCN Sonata Bis project "Ontology of multisensory unification".
We would like to inform you that we have been accepted to the NCN Sonata Bis project "Ontology of Multisensory Unification" (Dr. Blazej Skrzypulec, Prof. UJ).

Unit name: Institute of Philosophy and Doctoral School of Humanities, Jagiellonian University.

Position: PhD student in the NCN Sonata Bis project "Ontology of Multisensory Unification" and at the same time a doctoral student in the Doctoral School of Humanities DETAILS HERE

 

Dear All!

On behalf of the Department of International Student Services, we are pleased to announce the start of recruitment for trips for doctoral students under the Erasmus+ Partner Countries Program (KA171). 

As part of the trip, a doctoral student has the opportunity to carry out an exchange in the summer semester of the 2024/2025 academic year at one of the three partner universities:

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (Georgia) - 1st place
University of Jordan (Jordan) - 1st place
Université International De Rabat (Morocco) - 1st place


During the trip, the doctoral student has the opportunity to participate in courses offered at the host university, as well as to pursue his or her own research and academic plans. Each doctoral student qualified for the exchange will receive a stipend of 700 EUR per month + 360 EUR (travel expenses subsidy).

Recruitment documents must be submitted by April 22, 2024. Recruitment details can be found on the website of the Department of Foreign Student Services.

 

 

Dear All!

I am pleased to announce that on April 24-30, 2024, we will be hosting Professor Patrick Leech from the University of Bologna, who will offer a Masterclass entitled Issues in Critical Heritage Studies: Managing Dissonance (the description is available HERE ► /documents/142297268/0/Issues_Masterclass_final.pdf/7cd7c002-8933-4af6-86f2-d13e09d9bc3c).

To register for classes, please contact the School office directly: sdnh@uj.edu.pl

Please note that the first part of the Masterclass will be stationary (12 hours), while the second part will take place in the form of individual consultations with Professor Leech (8 hours to be used by all interested PhD Students).

 

For active participation in the masterclass you will receive 2 ECTS (block negotiable, in accordance with the requirements of the doctoral program).

 

This is a unique opportunity to meet and cooperate with a renowned scholar, an expert in both the theory of heritage (with particular emphasis on 'dissonant heritage') and translation studies. Prof. Patrick Leech is a member of the Self-Steering Committee in Cultural Heritage of the European University Una Europa, which jointly runs the Una-Her-Doc doctoral program in heritage studies (short biographical note of Prof. P. Leech is available HERE ► /documents/142297268/0/Biosketch_final.pdf/5b887110-f303-46ea-9380-e9a20ca39339).

Schedule:

April 24, 2024 (Wednesday): 15:00-16:30 and 16:45-18:15 (4 hours); room 2, Rynek Główny 34;

April 25, 2024 (Thursday): 15:00-16:30 and 16:45-18:15 (4 hours); room 3, Rynek Główny 34;

April 26, 2024 (Friday): 15:00-16:30 and 16:45-18:15 (4 hours); room 2, Rynek Główny 34;

April 29 and 30, 2024 (Monday-Tuesday): individual consultations – in person or online – to be arranged directly with Prof. Leech.

 

 

Dear All!

The Nationaler announces the PRELUDIUM 23 competition for research projects, intended for researchers without a doctoral degree.
 The competition offers a maximum grant of PLN 70,000, PLN 140,000 or PLN 210,000 to finance a project lasting 12, 24 or 36 months, respectively.   

A workshop on the preparation of the application will be organized soon, which will be announced at a later date.
In the meantime, for details, please visit: 
► https://www.ncn.gov.pl/ogloszenia/konkursy/preludium23

 

Dear Candidates!

All documents required in the admission procedure are already available (Admission / Regular procedure). 14th of March IRK (OAS) will be opened. 12th of June the electronic system for the admission process will be closed.

Dear All!

We are pleased to announce that due to the increase in the salary of the titular professor, the amount of the stipend before the mid-term evaluation will be: 3466,90 PLN gross, and after mid-term evaluation: 5340.90 PLN gross. Regarding the date of payment of the new rate (with compensation from January 1), we will inform you soon.

Dear All!

We are happy to announce that the Homini publishing house has published a book by Joanna Mendyk Ph.D. student of the Doctoral School of Humanities at the Jagiellonian University, titled "The Hero. Two Faces of a Hero. Rodrigo Diaz and his image in the "Song of Cid". F

or more information, please visit this link ► https://tyniec.com.pl/homini/2343-dwie-twarze-bohatera-rodrigo-diaz-a-jego-wizerunek-w-piesni-o-cydzie-9788382052930.html

The publication is co-sponsored by the Doctoral School of Humanities.

Dear All!

We are pleased to announce that doctoral project of our School's doctoral student Mr. Krzysztof Krawczyk: Zupełność w sensie Posta a zupełność względem semantyki sąsiedztwa w klasycznych logikach modalnych   (Post completeness vs neighborhood completeness in classical modal logics)

was qualified for funding by the National Science Center in the competition PRELUDIUM 22 competition !

Below is a link to the announcement of the competition results: https://www.ncn.gov.pl/sites/default/files/listy-rankingowe/preludium22-lr.pdf

Congratulations !

Dear All!

We are pleased to announce that two doctoral projects of our School's doctoral students:

  1. Ms. Katarzyna Ciemiera - "The Political Potential of the Poetic Voice. Consequences of listening to Polish poetry in the audiovisual culture of the 21st century" (No. 2023/49/N/HS2/02551; panel HS2, second position on the ranking list).
  2. Ms. Jolanta Bujas-Poniatowska - "Bands at churches and other Roman Catholic institutions at the beginning of the 19th century in the Polish lands" (the project will be carried out in 2024-2026).

 were funded by the National Science Center in the competition PRELUDIUM 22 !

Below is a link to the announcement of the competition results: Wyniki konkursów OPUS 25 i PRELUDIUM 22 (ncn.gov.pl)

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