Three Year Joint Pembroke-Torch Career Development Fellowship
WOMEN IN THE HUMANITIES
Pembroke College and The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities invite applications for a joint Pembroke-TORCH Career Development Fellowship in ‘Women in the Humanities’. This is a fixed-term appointment for three years. In addition to supporting outstanding early-career researchers who are working in any aspect of Women in the Humanities, the Fellowship aims to build an academic community of shared interests in the College. Accordingly, while the field of specialisation is open, preference may be given for proposals that complement the interests of Fellows in the College.
Special consideration for work within the following topics:
Global War, Revolution and Women’s Citizenship 1914-1919
Women, Literature and Culture of World War One
Women and Gender in Modern South Asia
Women and Gender in Modern Islam
The salary for this post will be in the range £32,277 to £35,256 per annum depending on experience and qualifications.
Closing date for applications is noon on Friday 3rd July 2015. Shortlisted candidates will be asked on 7th July to submit written work. It is anticipated that interviews will be held during the week beginning 13th July.
For more information, and to apply, see here.
Vacancy for a post-doc position for 2015-2016
Fixed Term Contract; 12 months
Department of History, Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin
College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland
Applications are invited for a Research Fellowship to work on a Humanities in the European Research Area (HERA) funded research project entitled ‘Making War, Mapping Europe: Militarized Cultural Encounters, 1792-1920’. The post is available for a fixed term of one year from 30 June 2015.
This Research Fellow will be based at the Centre for War Studies in the Department of History, Trinity College Dublin. Working with Professor John Horne and Dr. Joseph Clarke, the Fellow will undertake research on the British military occupation of Jerusalem and Palestine from 1917 to the early 1920s. The Fellow will be expected to travel for research purposes and to contribute to the project by disseminating his/her research findings through participation in project workshops and international conferences and through publication. The successful candidate will also participate in the project’s regular international meetings and play a key role in organizing the final project conference in June 2016, which will be held in Trinity College Dublin. The fellow will benefit from career mentoring and will have considerable opportunity to develop his/her international publishing profile during the appointment period.
Closing date: 5pm on Sunday 15th March 2015
Further information: TCD CWS postd-doc