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The Herder Institute seeking Research Associate (Marburg, Germany)

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    Marina Duka
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    Location: Germany
    Position: Doctoral Fellow, Research Professional

    The Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe in Marburg deals with the history and culture of East Central Europe. Using its extensive collections as a basis, the institute carries out its own research, including projects in the area of history, collection-based projects related to cultural science, and others aimed at the development and implementation of multimedia information portals.

    Within the SFB/TRR 138 framework “Dynamics of Security”, in which the Herder Institute is working together with the Justus Liebig University in Giessen and the Philipps University in Marburg, the Herder Institute is looking for a Research Associate (E 13 TV-H, 65%) to join their team as soon as possible.

    The applicant will be working on a subproject on the topic of minority policy in Hungary between 1849 and 1918. The requirements include the drafting of a monograph within the project period (to be completed by the end of 2021), taking part in related research trips as well as regularly and actively participating in SFB events.

    A very good knowledge of Hungarian is necessary for source study. The working languages will be German and English.

    Further information on the subproject can found under: https://www.herder-institut.de/go/ch-afd104 and questions related to the subproject can be directed to Dr. Heidi Hein-Kircher (heidi.hein-kircher@herder-institut.de).

    Please send applications and relevant documents to Ms. Gisela Geier (bewerbung@herder-institut.de) by March 10, 2018.

    The Herder Institute strives to ensure gender equality in all professional areas. Therefore, they strongly encourage qualified women to apply for positions. Severely disabled applicants of equal suitability will also be given priority. The Herder Institute supports dual careers through collaboration with the Philipps University in Marburg. The Herder Institute also considers itself a family-oriented organization. Applicants with children are warmly welcomed. The Herder Institute offers at short notice, for example, a parent-child room as well as flexible working hours.

    Contact:

    Questions about the job to: Prof. Dr. Peter Haslinger (peter.haslinger@herder-institut.de)
    Dr. habil. Heidi Hein-Kircher ( heidi.hein-kircher@herder-institut.de)

    Application to:

    Gisela Geier (gisela.geier@herder-institut.de)

    Website: http://www.herrder-institut.de

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