مؤسسه تاریخ اروپا واقع در لایپزیگ آلمان در رشته تاریخ و الهیات یک موقعیت فوق دکتری اعلام کرده است. فرصت ارایه مدارک تا پانزدهم اکتبر تعیین شده است. این فرصت شغلی تمام وقت بوده و از حقوق ۱۸۰۰ یورو در ماه آغاز میشود. اطلاعات بیشتر در اینجا.
The Leibniz Institute of European History (IEG) awards Research fellowships for international postdocs for a research stay in Mainz beginning in April 2017 or later.
The IEG awards fellowships for international young researchers in history, theology and other historical subjects. Grants are available for projects in the religious, political, social and cultural history of Europe between approx. 1450 and 1970. Projects in a transnational and comparative perspective or addressing questions of transfer are particularly encouraged, as are topics in intellectual, church and theological history.
Funding is currently € 1800/month. The IEG promotes research on the historical foundations of Europe from the early modern period to the 20thcentury. The central theme of the IEG research programme is: negotiating difference – enabling, establishing and confronting religious, political, and social differences in early modern and modern Europe (http://www.ieg-mainz.de/forschungsbereiche). Fellows should be strongly interested in discussing and collaborating with the academic staff of the IEG. Projects connected to one of the IEG research areas are especially welcome. This applies in particular to projects focusing on questions related to theology, church history and intellectual history. The Institute’s specialised library and the wider academic infrastructure of Mainz are available for their research.
Applications are invited from young scholars (esp. in history and theology) of any nationality working on any historical subject, who want to begin a new research project after completing their dissertation. Research projects should range from 6 to 12 months in projected duration. Applicants must have completed their doctorate no more than three years before taking up the fellowship. Fellows should have a solid command of German in order to participate in discussions at the Institute. Fellows are required to register officially as residents in Mainz and to take part in events at the Institute. Scholarship holders and fellows reside and work in the Institute building in Mainz (mandatory residence). Short trips to archives, libraries and conferences are possible. Fellows are not permitted to undertake paid work while receiving the IEG scholarship.
Please send your application via e-mail to: email@example.com. The deadline for applications is 15 October 2016.
Please attach (as one file) the application form (download: http://www.ieg-mainz.de/stipendienprogramm ). Furthermore please add as a second file:
1) curriculum vitae; list of publications (if available) (PDF)
2) brief description of the proposed project with a detailed working plan and schedule for the intended stay at the Institute (5–6 pages, max. 15,000 characters excluding spaces) (PDF)
3) Digital copy of dissertation (PDF)
4) Copies of university transcripts (PDF)
Academic advisor emails an up-to-date reference directly to the IEG by the application deadline (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The reference should discuss (please avoid a general letter of recommendation):
- The applicant’s academic qualifications
- Topic, goal and current state of the proposed research project
- A synopsis of work to be done in Mainz along with possible time and work schedules
For further information on the fellowship program and application see:
Please note that applications submitted late or incomplete cannot be taken into consideration.