Unravelling the complexities of Europe in an ever-changing world requires an understanding of the past and the present. Would you like to research how people and their texts, ideas, and cultural objects migrate across time and place and inquire into their roles in new contexts? If yes, then you may have a part to play as a PhD candidate at the Radboud Institute for Culture & History.

As a PhD candidate at RICH, you will be part of the Graduate School for the Humanities. Up to 75% of your time will be devoted to the research for and writing of your PhD thesis. The remaining 25% will be spent on training and academic service to the Faculty of Arts, including teaching. Your thesis topic and research question should align with the research themes of RICH. Descriptions of our research groups can be found here. We are looking for four PhD candidates in total.