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You may apply for this position until 5 October 2023, 11:59pm Dutch local time/Central European Time. Only submissions via the application form will be considered.
The selection interviews will take place the week of 30 October 2023.
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Applications should include:
1. a letter of motivation (about 1000 words), in which you describe your background in the anthropology, religious studies, history of science, cultural history, digital humanities or a related discipline
2. a curriculum vitae, including a list of publications and (if applicable) other research output clearly showing your expertise in relevant areas
3. the text of one publication (or piece of writing, e.g., a chapter from your dissertation) you find particularly relevant.
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For a better understanding of the approach taken by Prof. Weir to the conceptual history of worldview, please see the following publications:
Todd H. Weir, “Hitler’s Worldview and the Interwar Kulturkampf” Journal of Contemporary History 53:3 (2018), 597–621. (Open Access)
Todd H. Weir, “The Apologetics of Modern Culture Wars: The Case of Weimar Germany” in Defending the Faith: Apologetics and Politics in the Global Twentieth Century, eds. Todd Weir and Hugh McLeod, Proceedings of the British Academy, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020), 19-37.
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