محل تحصیل: آلمان
تعداد پذیرش: ۲ نفر
مدرک دکتری مرتبط
آخرین مهلت برای ثبت: ۲۰۱۷ ژانویه ۲۲
Applicants have completed their PhD with outstanding results in one of the subjects represented at the Research Training Group, and with a topic related to the research scope of the group. Applications from candidates with a specialization on Roman Archaeology are especially welcome. The group at the Goethe University Frankfurt and the Technische Universität Darmstadt focuses on concepts of value and equivalence in relation to material culture in a broad geographical and chronological framework. Further information is available on our website www.value-and-equivalence.de
The successful applicant will be expected to take part in the development of the programme and its activities, and to support doctoral students in their professional and personal development. The main language is German. However, due to the internationality of the group, the study programme will be conducted in German and English language, and applications from abroad and in English are welcome. Residence in or near Frankfurt is a requirement of the position.
The Research Training Group and the universities involved have an equal opportunity policy and therefore explicitly encourage women to apply for the position. According to German law, under equal conditions disabled persons will be given preference. The Goethe University was entitled to the audit familiengerechte hochschule in 2005 and strives to create a family friendly working environment.
Doctoral degree in Archaeology, Social/Cultural Anthropology or any other related subject
Attested copies of degrees obtained and (where applicable) testimonies of language skills
List of publications
Letter of motivation (max. 2 pages)
Two letters of recommendation by university professors or contact details of two referees
Summary (max. 5 pages) of PhD thesis, including a description of the methodology employed
Outline (max. 5 pages) of the planned postdoctoral project
Please direct questions regarding the position to: value(at)em.uni-frankfurt.de
Deadline for submissions: 22 January 2017