ERC: 19 Starting Grants für die Sozial- und Geisteswissenschaften in Deutschland

Insgesamt 19 Sozial- und Geisteswissenschaftler/innen haben ERC Starting Grants in diesem Jahr nach Deutschland geholt. Folgende Forscher/innen waren erfolgreich:

  • AZAD Arezou, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München:
    GO.LOCAL - Going Local in the Perso-Islamic Lands: Afghan Geniza, Islamisation and Language in the pre-Mongol Islamic East, SH6
  • BEDRE-DEFOLIE Özlem, European School of Management and Technology GmBH:
    ESMT DIPVAR - Digital Platforms: Pricing, Variety and Quality Provision, SH1
  • CHITWOOD Zachary, Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz:
    MAMEMS - Mount Athos in Medieval Eastern Mediterranean Society: Contextualizing the History of a Monastic Republic (ca. 850-1550), SH6
  • DE HAAS Benjamin, Justus-Liebig Universität Gießen:
    INDIVISUAL - Individual differences in human gaze behaviour and the visual system, SH4
  • GRIGORIEV Pavel, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft: REDIM - Regional disparities in cause-specific mortality in Europe: the role of local context and national health policies, SH3
  • JANSEN Jan, Freie Universität Berlin:
    AtlanticExiles - Refugees and Revolution in the Atlantic World, 1770s-1820s, SH6
  • KOSTKA Genia, Freie Universität Berlin:
    DigitalGovernance - Governing with Data: Local Experimentation in Authoritarian China, SH2
  • MCMANUS Anne-Marie, Forum Transregionale Studien e.V.:
    SYRASP - The Prison Narratives of Assad's Syria: Voices, Texts, Publics, SH5
  • MONOT Pierre-Héli, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München: ArtsAutonomy - The Arts of Autonomy: Pamphleteering, Popular Philology, and the Public Sphere, 1988-2018, SH5
  • ROBERTS Patrick, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft:
    PANTROPOCENE – Finding a Pre-industrial, Pantropical ‘Anthropocene’, SH6
  • SCHIFFELS Stephan, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft: MICROSCOPE - Zooming into the Population History of Iron Age Europe with Rare Genetic Variants, SH6
  • SCHUCK Nicolas, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft:
    REPLAY - The Function of Hippocampal and Cortical Memory Replay in Humans, SH4
  • SKEIDE Michael Artur, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft:
    SLANG - How the brain learns to see Language, SH4
  • SPENGLER Robert, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft:
    FEDD - Fruits of Eurasia: Domestication and Dispersal, SH6
  • SZYMANSKIDÜLL Berenika, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München: T-MIGRANTS - Crossing Borders: The Agency of Nineteenth-Century European Theatre Migrants, SH5
  • TIQUET Romain, Universität Bayreuth:
    MaDAf - A History of Madness in West Africa: Governing Mental Disorder during Decolonisation (Senegal, Burkina Faso and Ghana - 1940s – 1970s), SH6
  • VINCK Martin, Ernst Strüngmann Institute gGmbH: SPATEMP - From spatial relationships to temporal correlations: New vistas on predictive coding, SH4
  • VON MALTZAHN Nadia, Max Weber Stiftung: LAWHA - Lebanon's Art World at Home and Abroad: Trajectories of artists and artworks in/from Lebanon since 1943, SH5
  • WALKDEN George, Universität Konstanz:
    STARFISH - Sociolinguistic typology and responsive features in syntactic history, SH4

 

Förderbeispiele:

Nadia von Maltzahn & Jan C. Jansen, Max Weber Stiftung:

https://idw-online.de/de/news722967

Dr. Anne-Marie McManus, Forum Transregionale Studien:

https://idw-online.de/de/news722797

Prof. Dr. George Walkden, Universität Konstanz:

https://idw-online.de/de/news722792