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L’Università di Friburgo bandisce un concorso per due posizioni accademiche in Storia medievale:
– MER (Maître d’enseignement et de recherche)
Scadenza per la partecipazione: 30 giugno 2021.
Per ulteriori informazioni: https://www.unifr.ch/lettres/fr/faculte/postes-vacants-professeurs.html
L’Università di Edimburgo bandisce un concorso per due posti da Lecturer in History (c.1450 – c.1830):
We are seeking to appoint two specialists working on any aspect of history in the period between c. 1450 and c. 1830, and with expertise in one or more of the following geographical regions: Continental Europe, Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and Australasia. We are looking for candidates who are outstanding academic teachers, have strong track records of internationally excellent publications, and are able to offer clear evidence of the potential for future development at the highest level. The appointments will be made with a view to enhancing opportunities for collaborative teaching and research with other colleagues, including those whose regional expertise is not in any of the geographical areas listed. The appointees will be expected to teach across the full range of History undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. They will contribute to teaching on pre-honours courses, including two or more of the following: Early Modern History: a Connected World; The Making of the Modern World; Global Connections since 1450; The Global Economy since 1750; The Historian’s Toolkit; and Introduction to Historiography. They will offer Honours courses and postgraduate courses in the history of the period between about 1450 and 1830, as well as supervising postgraduate research students, including doctoral students.
Scadenza: 4 gennaio 2018
Bando e informazioni: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BGF841/two-lectureships-in-history-c1450-c1830/
Applications are invited for a 3-year Research Fellowship in early mediaeval European history tenable from 1 September 2016 to 31 August 2019.
The position is part of the Humanities in the European Research Area” (HERA) Project ‘After Empire: Using and Not Using the Past in the Crisis of the Carolingian World, c.900‒c.1050’ (UNUP). The School of History welcomes applications from historians working on any topic related to this theme. In addition to pursuing research of their own design, the successful applicant will be required to participate in the broader work of the project by coordinating workshops and outreach activities, and by taking a leading role in the design and maintenance of the project website. The project is jointly run by colleagues in the Universities of Barcelona, Berlin, Exeter, St Andrews and Vienna.
The position will be fixed term from 1 September 2016 to 31 August 2019.
Applicants should have completed or nearly completed a PhD in a related topic. Further information on the University and the School of History can be found at the University website (www.st-andrews.ac.uk).
Applications are invited for the post of Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Medieval History, University College Dublin School History, UCD College of Arts and Humanities.
The School of History, University College Dublin seeks to appoint a lecturer specialising in Medieval History (1000-1500). We particularly welcome applications from individuals whose interests span Britain & Europe. University College Dublin has a distinguished history in the field of Medieval Studies. The appointee will work as part of a team to deliver undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in the field. The appointee will also be expected to contribute to the promotion of medieval studies at UCD through a variety of means.
Closes: 13th July 2016
The Department of History at Amherst College invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position at the rank of assistant professor in Medieval and Early Modern European history, beginning in the fall of 2017. The area of specialization is open, but we particularly seek candidates who will offer a broad range of courses, including, but not limited to, those that cross conventional chronological boundaries between the medieval and early modern periods. (altro…)