You are a broadly oriented, interdisciplinary working and methodologically innovative Classical Roman archaeologist with a demonstrable interest in and experience with art historical approaches. Your research focuses on the classical and post-classical Roman times, which may also include late Antiquity, early Middle Ages, early Islam and Byzantium. You are conducting research from a broad, interdisciplinary and methodologically innovative perspective, with a focus on digital humanities. You have a strong affinity with the development of education and see added value in collaboration across the boundaries of your own study programmes and lines of research.
Within the Faculty of Arts, you will be affiliated with the Radboud Institute for Culture and History (RICH) and you will play a central role in one or more of the research themes of this research institute. You will also be part of the Department of History, Art History and Classics.
At the Bachelor's level, you will participate in the BA programmes in Greek and Latin Language and Culture, Art History and History and in the faculty minors Conflict and Cooperation in the Mediterranean World, and Cultural Heritage and Public. At the Master's level, you will participate in the Master's programmes in Classical Studies, and Ancient and Medieval Mediterranean Worlds, and in the Research Master's programme in Historical, Literary and Cultural Studies. You will play an initiating, stimulating and connecting role in the development and implementation of the study programmes, and you have a clear vision of student recruitment and profiling of classical / archaeological education in Nijmegen.
You will stimulate your research activities from a clear vision and thus make research in archaeology visible within the faculty, nationally and internationally. Supervising PhD candidates and acquiring funding from indirect and / or contract funding is explicitly part of your duties, as is making an active contribution to the faculty's valorisation activities.
In the field of organisation and management, in close consultation with fellow professors and other staff members, you will take on management tasks and fulfil a leading role as representative of the Archaeology chair group in the Department of History, Art History and Classics, as well as at faculty level.
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