Lieu : University of Bath
Date limite de candidature : 6 octobre 2014
The Department of Politics, Languages and International Studies at the University of Bath seeks to appoint a Lecturer in Spanish History, Politics and Society, who will be responsible for the teaching of Undergraduate Units in Spanish History, Politics and Society, including Spanish International Marketing Communications. The successful candidate will also contribute to the Department’s Postgraduate teaching portfolio.
The successful applicant will have a first degree and have or be working towards a PhD in a relevant area, and to have proficiency in Spanish equivalent to it being your first/main language. You will have experience of teaching Spanish politics and society in a higher education context, will be passionate about teaching and be able to share that passion with others, motivating students and working as part of a team.
Interviews shall be held in late October 2014 or as early in November 2014 as practicable.
Lieu : University of Greenwich
Date limite de candidature : 31 octobre 2014
This vacancy is for a historian with a research specialism in Political History and the post is part of the department’s strategy to consolidate and extend our existing expertise.
The History team has an important contribution to make to the education of socially engaged global citizens through our subject. It has worked alongside the local community and the Heritage sector to develop extensive local and national links and we hope that this appointment will allow the area of History at the University of Greenwich to expand further into the international sector. Part of our curriculum is focused on the global, the contemporary and the diverse means of exploring the past and its heritage product. It is, additionally, a curriculum embedded into the University’s Employability strategy with work-based learning opportunities at its heart.
With a PhD in History and evidence of recent publications in Political history, you will design and deliver courses in your specialist field, and supervise undergraduate dissertations/projects. You will also contribute to the teaching of existing courses and where appropriate, you will contribute to MA teaching and participate in the supervision of PhD students.
Lieu : University of East Anglia – School of History
Durée : 1 an
Date limite de candidature : 24 septembre 2014
The successful candidate will contribute to an AHRC funded project ‘Independence in the Early Modern World’. You will workwith the principal investigator Dr Polly Ha on the completion of a critical edition, entitled Pre-Revolutionary Puritanism,for Oxford University Press. This will include working on the critical apparatus and checking Latin translations, as well as organising an international conference and administering the project website.
You will hold a doctorate in medieval or early modern history and have expertise in early modern palaeography. Knowledge of Latin is essential.
Lieu : University of St Andrews
Durée : 21 mois
Date limite de candidature : 26 septembre
The School of History is seeking to appoint to a new position within the AHRC-funded Universal Short Title Catalogue Project. The successful candidate will have responsibility for that part of the project dealing with the bibliography of France, 1601-1650. This is a half-time position, for a fixed term of twenty-one months.
The successful candidate is likely to have experience working within the field of French history or literature, and to have prior experience of working with early printed books. A good command of French is essential. Command of Latin or one other European language in addition to English would be an advantage. There are no teaching duties attached to this post, although opportunities to obtain teaching experience may be available by agreement with the Project Director.
Further information on the University and the School of History can be found at the University website (www.st-andrews.ac.uk). The Universal Short Title Catalogue is described at its website (www.ustc.ac.uk). To discuss this post informally candidates might also wish to contact the Director of the Universal Short Title Catalogue, Professor Andrew Pettegree (email@example.com).
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Lieu : Columbia University New York
Prise de fonction : 1er juillet 2015
Début des candidatures : 15 octobre 2014
The Department of History at Columbia University invites applications and nominations for a distinguished scholar at any rank, from tenure-track assistant professor through full professor with tenure, in the field of early modern and imperial Russian history, to begin July 1, 2015. All specializations are welcome. Teaching responsibilities will include undergraduate and graduate courses in the candidate’s field of expertise and in the foundational curriculum of the department and of Columbia College; it is anticipated that the faculty member will also wish to take part in the scholarly community and programs of Columbia University’s Harriman Institute of Russian, Eurasian and East European Studies.
Lieu : Université de Groningen
Date limite de candidature : 3 octobre 2014
The candidates will use the Danish Sound Toll Registers and Dutch sources such as the Amsterdam notarial archives. Alternatively, we welcome the study of similar sources kept in archives in other countries, for instance in the Baltic and North Sea regions, depending on the applicant’s language skills.
One PhD candidate will: – collect in the historiography, existing databases and archival sources quantitative information concerning the timber trade and transport between Northern Europe and Atlantic Iberia (1500-1800) and analyze and explain that information.
The other PhD candidate will:- collect in the historiography, existing databases and archival sources information about networks of merchants involved in the timber trade and transport between Northern Europe and the Iberian Peninsula serving the Atlantic Iberian shipbuilding industry (1500-1800) and analyze and explain the mechanisms of these networks.
Lieu : Newcastle University – School of History, Classics & Archaeology
Durée : 1 an
Date limite de candidature : 14 septembre 2014
You will be expected to teach modern Russian history at all levels and contribute to co-taught modules. We welcome applications from specialists who will enhance or complement the existing teaching interests of historians in the School.
You must possess a good quality first degree and a PhD in relevant subject, as well as a significant and highly rated record of teaching in higher education.
L’Association des Historiens Contemporanéistes de l’Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche propose sur son site un intéressant dossier préparé par Claire Lemercier et Manuela Martini contenant une présentation de thèses soutenues en histoire contemporaine en 2013-2014, ainsi que la composition des jurys et les résumés de thèse.
Le dossier, qui permet de se faire une idée de quelques tendances émergeant au sein des nouvelles recherches en histoire contemporaine, peut être complété si vous avez des informations supplémentaires sur les thèses présentées.
L’Université Jean-Monnet recrute en urgence pour cette rentrée 2014 un demi-ATER en histoire du Moyen Age. Les cours auront lieu pendant le 1er semestre seulement, à partir de la semaine du 22 septembre. Ils sont composés d’un ensemble cours+TD de 2e année de Licence sur l’histoire économique et sociale du haut Moyen Age, d’un cours+TD de 3e année de Licence sur l’histoire religieuse du haut Moyen Age.
Le poste est annoncé ici, avec renvoi à l’inscription sur le portail électronique Altaïr.
Ne pas tenir compte de la date limite de dépôt des dossiers au 14 mai 2014 indiquée dans le fichier word qui accompagne cette publication.
La commission statuera le mardi 16 septembre.
Lieu : Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana et American Academy in Rome
Dates : 5-16 janvier 2015
Date limite de candidature : 15 octobre 2015
In January 2015, with the kind collaboration of the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana (Vatican Library, BAV), the American Academy in Rome will offer its first Winter School in Greek Paleography and Codicology. The two curators of Greek manuscripts at the BAV, Dr Timothy Janz and Dr András Németh, will teach the courses and supervise manuscript research. The two-week course will introduce participants to various aspects of manuscript studies and offer an interactive dialogue between theory and practice.
Paleography and codicology seminars in the first week will familiarize the participants with different forms of Greek script through sight-reading practice. As a special strength of this course, extensive library visits at the BAV will enable each student to improve individual research skills according to given criteria, with the aid of the tutors. At the Library, each student will undertake a thorough codicological and paleographical study of a particular manuscript, selected and agreed upon on an individual basis between the participant and the tutors. Discussion sessions will offer a chance to discuss and share research experience within the group and to discuss various problems of theory and practice based on experience at the Vatican Library.
Applications from graduate and postgraduate students of Classics, History, Theology/Religious Studies, and Byzantine Studies are welcome. Students from Italian and European institutions are most welcome. The course will be taught in English. Prior knowledge of Greek is essential. Applications should include a CV, a letter of intent specifying Greek language experience, research topic, and explaining the applicant’s need for training in paleography and codicology.
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