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The Leibniz Institute of European History (IEG) in Mainz invites applications for a
Research Fellow (Wiss. Mitarbeiter/in) in Jewish History
(Salary TV-L EG 13)
for the duration of five years.
The Leibniz Institute of European History (IEG) in Mainz is an independent research institute and a member of the Leibniz Association. It conducts research on the political, social, cultural and religious foundations of Europe from the early modern period to contemporary history and has an international fellowship programme for PhD candidates (www.ieg-mainz.de/en).
The successful candidate pursues an individual research project within the frame of the IEG research agenda "Negotiating differences in Modern Europe" (https://tinyurl.com/yd4k7mmv). The innovative project contributes to one of the three research areas of the IEG, preferably the research area "Sacralisation and Desacralisation".
In connection with the individual research, the distinguished candidate also advises international PhD candidates who are writing up their dissertations in the context of the Institute’s renowned PhD fellowship programme. Research Fellows are expected to organise academic events and contribute to the development of the IEG research profile. The IEG Research Fellowship does not involve mandatory teaching, but the Institute encourages the acquisition of further academic qualifications through teaching activities at suitable University departments.
Qualifications and Requirements
· university degree in history
· completed PhD
· openness towards interdisciplinary cooperation within the IEG research agenda
· interest in Digital Humanities
· distinguished international research profile
· good knowledge of German, or the willingness to learn the language in due course
The IEG is committed to promoting diversity and particularly encourages applications from women. Scholars with characteristics protected by law who are currently under-represented in the academic community at the Institute are equally encouraged to apply.
Applications (including CV, academic transcripts, list of publications and, if applicable, evidence of the acquisition of third-party funds) via email to the Leibniz Institute of European History under reference WM-UG-2018-JuedischeGeschichte (email@example.com) by 15 October 2018; all documents should be submitted in a single PDF.