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Structured doctoral programs at Faculty of Philosophy II

24. Jul 2023

Research Training Group “Subject-Specific Learning and Interaction in Elementary School” (GRK 2731)

Written by

spokesperson: Prof. Dr. Georg Breidenstein, coordinator: Dr. Johanna Leicht (funding 2022-2026)

About the doctoral program

The work of the Graduate School focuses on investigating the social practice of elementary school teaching and the question of the qualities of subject-specific learning. The Graduate School’s research approach is different in that it systematically links different traditions of classroom research.  The combination of German and mathematics didactics with praxeological teaching research and teaching quality research allows a multiple perspective on teaching and interdisciplinary theory development. [read more]


  • Universität Kassel

10. Jan 2020

Doctoral program “Language – Literature – Society”

Written by

spokesperson: Dr. Steffen Hendel, coordinator: Felix Kraft

The contents of the study program are designed to make the interdisciplinary dialogue from the individual philologies fruitful for an understanding of modern societies in terms of cultural studies and to relate to discourse patterns of different language areas and cultures. Within the framework of the offered research program, the literary, comparative and linguistic approaches and methods are devoted primarily to the interrelationships of influence between literature or language and the formations of social and cultural reality from the 19th century to the present. Following the procedures of postmodern theory-building to focus on the constructed nature of social reality, the reality of social constructs is the focus of research interest here. [read more]

With the doctoral program Language – Literature – Society, the Faculty of Philosophy II of Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg provides a research-oriented, interdisciplinarily structured teaching programme for doctoral candidates in linguistics, speech and literature., website

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