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Simone has written 12 posts for Women in German Studies

Copy editing for Leo Baeck Institute Year Book

The Leo Baeck Institute Year Book is looking for an experienced editor to copy edit articles submitted to the Leo Baeck Institute Year Book. We are looking for someone who is able to work to occasional tight deadlines (as articles are submitted throughout the year), and can liaise closely and diplomatically with authors and the … Continue reading

Author Renate Ahrens at University College Dublin (13 and 14 April)

German author, Renate Ahrens — whose latest novel Das gerettete Kind, set in Dublin and Hamburg, appeared last month — is in UCD next week. She is addressing two final-year German modules on Wednesday at 13:00 and on Thursday at 10:00. More information at: https://www.ucd.ie/slcl/newsandevents/ Visitors are very welcome to either or both events.

Bursary Leo Baeck Institute MA in European Jewish History 2016-17

Please use this link for further information: http://www.leobaeck.co.uk/wordpress/wp-content/uploadsaug14onwards/2010/02/Funding-Opportunities-2016-17-MA-in-European-Jewish-History3.pdf

Bursary for the Leo Baeck Institute MA in European Jewish History

Deadline for receipt of applications for bursaries: 13 April 2015 LBI MA 2015-16 information

Until 8 December: 30 % discount on Peter Lang ‘Women in German Literature’ series for WiGS November conference participants

Reihenflyer WGL

The Road to Publication: WiGS Postgrad Workshop 2014

Upcoming Free Translator Training Webminars

This might be useful for colleagues interested in translation work: http://www.proz.com/translator-training/format/free-webinars

John A. S. Grenville PhD Studentship in Modern Jewish History and Culture

LBI PhD Grenville announcement

For Translators: May Free Webminar Week on ProZ.com

The translators’ website ProZ.com is offering a variety of free webminars this week – might be worth a look!

Vitae Researcher Development Framework

Vitae Researcher Development Framework A very interesting link!

Collective Blog Entry – Situation of German Studies ‘Nachwuchs’

With German Studies fighting for its position in the British and Irish university landscape, the situation of its ‘Nachwuchs’ seems more precarious than ever: an increasing number of early-career academics find themselves in a succession of short-term contracts with very limited prospects of permanent employment. WiGS would like to invite members and non-members to share … Continue reading

WIGS Freelance Register Update

The Freelance Register is currently undergoing a thorough update. WIGS members who wish to be on the new register are kindly requested to fill in the attached  info sheet and to e-mail it to wigs[at]transend.de (Simone Schroth). The new register will be uploaded to the WIGS website and be updated regularly.WIGS Freelance Register Info Sheet