[Ausschreibungsdienst_Kai_Brodersen] Providence RI: Postdoc "Culture and Ideology of Writing in the Ancient Mediterranean"
kai.brodersen at uni-erfurt.de
Thu Jan 5 19:23:43 CET 2017
Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
Post-Doctoral Fellowship in the Culture and Ideology of Writing in the
The Departments of Religious Studies, Classics, and History, and the
Programs in Judaic Studies and Early Cultures, invite applications for
an International Post-Doctoral Fellowship in the area of the culture and
ideology of writing in the ancient Mediterranean. Specialization is
open, but preference will be given to candidates who employ the digital
humanities in their research; applicants from outside North America are
especially encouraged to apply. The fellow’s administrative home will be
in the Department of Religious Studies, but applications are invited in
any of the fields represented by the sponsoring programs, and the
successful candidate is expected to be able to work across disciplines.
Fellows participate in a weekly, multi-disciplinary seminar at the Cogut
Humanities Center and teach one course each term. S/he will join a
strong intellectual community of scholars from across the university who
work on issues involving the role of writing in the pre-modern world.
This is a two year position beginning July 1, 2017, with stipends of
$61,500 and $63,907 in the first and second years, respectively, plus
standard fellows’ benefits and a $2,000 per year research budget.
Applicants must have received their Ph.D. within the last five years
from an institution other than Brown. Applicants should submit a CV;
letter of interest; and writing sample (of about 20 pages) online
through https://apply.interfolio.com/39903 and arrange for the
submission of three letters of recommendation. The Search Committee will
begin reviewing applications on February 1, 2017.
Brown University is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive
academic global community; as an EO/AA employer, Brown considers
applicants for employment without regard to, and does not discriminate
on the basis of, gender, race, protected veteran status, disability, or
any other legally protected status.
For further information, write to either of the Search Committee Chairs,
John Bodel (john_bodel at brown.edu) or Michael Satlow
(michael_satlow at brown.edu).
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