Vacancies: Doctoral students in Multimodality and intermediality at LNU and at Örebro university

Linnaeus University Center for Intermedial and Multimodal Studies now announces four salaried positions for doctoral students as part of the graduate school Multimodality and Intermediality: Humanist Research in a Digital World (MIDWorld) in the following subjects: Comparative literature, English literature, French literature, and German literature. IMS research within any of these disciplines also include other media than literature such as film, music, art and computer games. Deadline March 31.


The Centre for Research in the Humanities and in particular the Multimodal Communicationat Örebro University announces five salaried positions for doctoral students to join the graduate school MIDWorld. The five students will be admitted to one of the subject specialisations comparative literature, English, history, rhetoric or Swedish language, all part of the Studies in the Humanities subject at the School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences. Deadline March 15.