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You will be involved in the faculty as a ‘CRM Fellow’, engaging in and developing research on Early Christian Art and Architecture. Through your research output, you will strengthen Radboud University’s reputation in this field. You will be the linchpin in the research interactions between researchers focusing on ancient and medieval times, and between researchers from art history, history and archaeology, fostering collaboration between different individuals and groups within the faculty. You will conduct individual research on this topic, but also work with other faculty members, resulting in high quality academic publications. You will also be involved in outreach activities, such as organising or contributing to exhibitions, conferences and master classes.
- hold a relevant PhD in Art History or Archaeology;
- have a strong academic record as evidenced by curriculum vitae and publication record;
- have an excellent command of spoken and written English;
- have relevant experience for this position and an academic international network;
- have excellent organisational skills and experience coordinating research projects;
- have excellent communication and presentation skills.
- experience with organising exhibitions or conferences is desirable.
Conditions of employment
A maximum gross motnhly salary € 4,757 based on a 38-hour working week (salary scale 11)
temporary, for a period of three years based on a full time employment
- you will be classified as a Postdoctoral Researcher, Level 3 in the Dutch university job-ranking system (UFO).
The intended commencement date is 1 September 2018.
Strategically located in Europe, Radboud University is one of the leading academic communities in the Netherlands. A place with a personal touch, where top-flight education and research take place on a beautiful green campus in modern buildings with state-of-art facilities.
Faculty of Arts
The Faculty of Arts consists of ten departments in the areas of language and culture, history, history of arts, linguistics and communication and information studies, which together cater for about 2,400 students and collaborate closely in teaching and research.
Research at the Faculty of Arts is embedded in two research institutes: the Institute for Historical, Literary and Cultural Studies (HLCS) and the Centre for Language Studies (CLS).No commercial propositions please.