“Machiavelli and History”
John M. Najemy will deliver the third Max Weber Lecture in December.
The speaker is Professor of History at Cornell University. He did his B.A at Princeton (19754) and his PhD at Harvard (1972). He is the author of A History of Florence 1200-1575 (Oxford 2006), Between Friends: Discourses of Power and Desire in [...]
The latest call for applications to the MW Fellowships for 2014-2015 just closed on 25 October. Once again the Max Weber Programme shows its strength and appeal: applications went up 15 percent by comparison to the previous call totaling a new record (1277). The success of the Programme is highlighted further by the comparison with the 8 percent [...]
By Tamara Popic, Academic Careers Observatory
From June to October 2013, the Academic Careers Observatory (ACO) of the Max Weber Programme (MWP) carried out interviews on the job market experience of the former Max Weber Fellows (MWF), both early- and mid-career scholars. The main purpose of these interviews was to hear about the Fellows’ experience on [...]