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Three postdocs on early modern emotions at UWA

///Three postdocs on early modern emotions at UWA

Three postdocs on early modern emotions at UWA

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE  (REF: 3690)
ARC CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE FOR THE HISTORY OF EMOTIONS

Meanings Program

  • 3 year appointment to commence any time in 2011
  • Salary: Level A $74,713 p.a.
  • Plus 17% superannuation
  • Closing date: Friday 30 September 2011

The successful candidate will work under the leadership of Winthrop Professor Bob White on a well-formulated, significant and original project concerning emotions in early modern literature or drama in English, preferably leading to a monograph. The candidate must have qualifications that make this a likely outcome.  Applicants must have a PhD in some aspect of early modern literature.

For further information regarding the position please contact Winthrop Professor Bob White: by email [email protected] or [email protected].  Some assistance with relocation expenses (if applicable) may be negotiated.

Application Details: The position description follows. Written applications quoting the reference number, personal contact details, qualifications and experience, along with contact details of three referees should be sent to Director, Human Resources, The University of Western Australia, M350, 35 Stirling Highway, Crawley WA 6009 or emailed to [email protected] by the closing date.

Committed to recruiting, developing and retaining the highest quality staff

POSITION DESCRIPTIONS
Position Number 310684

The appointees will play a prominent role in medieval and early modern emotions research by examining the meanings attributed to emotions in medieval and early modern Europe, and their modes of expression, transmission and regulation.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Conduct research in Australian and overseas repositories into emotional understandings and behaviours in medieval and early modern Europe with reference to the area specified in the description
  2. Present conference/symposium papers on the project findings at appropriate Australian and international forums.
  3. Contribute to interdisciplinary and collaborative workshops in the appropriate CHE program(s).
  4. Supervise Honours students and assist in the supervision of Postgraduate research students where appropriate.
  5. Apply for external funding to support the extra research activities.
  6. Engage in public outreach.
  7. Publish academic papers and other scholarly outputs to a high international standard, and in accordance with the research expectations of the particular university.
  8. Other duties as directed by the project supervisors or Head of School.

For more information email: [email protected].

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE (HISTORICAL CURATION)  (REF: 3688)

Shaping the Modern Program

  • 3 year appointment
  • Salary:  $74,713 p.a.
  • Plus 17% superannuation
  • Closing date:  Friday 30 September 2011

The successful candidate will participate on a project under the leadership of Winthrop Professor Susan Broomhall, analysing modern curatorial strategies for interpreting and conveying emotions of the medieval and early modern period, working on Australian, European and post-colonial exhibition spaces. The appointee will bring expertise specifically in medieval or early modern colonial encounters, including relevant languages and will examine how interpretations of medieval and early modern European emotions are embedded in narratives of colonial, religious, economic or other forms of contact with their societies. The Research Associate will work with an international team of historians, ethnologists, art historians and curators to develop and disseminate research in scholarly, professional practice and community fora.  Applicants must have a PhD in medieval or early modern history and demonstrated facility with one or more European or Asian language.

For further information regarding the position please contact Winthrop Professor Susan Broomhall by email [email protected].  Some assistance with relocation (if applicable) may be negotiated.

Application Details: The position description follows. Written applications quoting the reference number, personal contact details, qualifications and experience, along with contact details of three referees should be sent to Director, Human Resources, The University of Western Australia, M350, 35 Stirling Highway, Crawley WA 6009 or emailed to [email protected] by the closing date.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Conduct research in Australian and overseas repositories into emotional understandings and behaviours in medieval and early modern Europe with reference to the area specified in the description
  2. Present conference/symposium papers on the project findings at appropriate Australian and international forums.
  3. Contribute to interdisciplinary and collaborative workshops in the appropriate CHE program(s).
  4. Supervise Honours students and assist in the supervision of Postgraduate research students where appropriate.
  5. Apply for external funding to support the extra research activities.
  6. Engage in public outreach.
  7. Publish academic papers and other scholarly outputs to a high international standard, and in accordance with the research expectations of the particular university.
  8. Other duties as directed by the project supervisors or Head of School.

For more information email: [email protected]

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE (JESUIT EMOTIONS)  (REF: 3689)
Meanings and Performance Programs

  • 3 year appointment
  • Salary: Level A $74,713 p.a.
  • Plus 17% superannuation
  • Closing date:  Friday 30 September 2011

The successful candidate will participate in a project under the leadership of Professor Yasmin Haskell, exploring the contribution of the Jesuit order to understandings and performance of emotion in Europe, the Americas and Asia in the early modern period. In addition to publishing their own research in this area, the appointee will edit a collective volume and involve themselves fully in the life of the project, providing input, for example, into the production of a Jesuit play.  Applicants must have a PhD in early modern intellectual, religious/cultural, literary, or art, history and reading competence in one or more of: French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and German. Proficiency in Latin or a relevant Asian language will be well regarded.

For further information regarding the position please contact Professor Yasmin Haskell by email [email protected].  Some assistance with relocation expenses (if applicable) may be negotiated.

Application Details: The position description follows. Written applications quoting the reference number, personal contact details, qualifications and experience, along with contact details of three referees should be sent to Director, Human Resources, The University of Western Australia, M350, 35 Stirling Highway, Crawley WA 6009 or emailed to [email protected] by the closing date.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Conduct research in Australian and overseas repositories into emotional  understandings and behaviours in medieval and early modern Europe with reference to the area specified in the description
  2. Present conference/symposium papers on the project findings at appropriate Australian and international forums.
  3. Contribute to interdisciplinary and collaborative workshops in the appropriate CHE program(s).
  4. Supervise Honours students and assist in the supervision of Postgraduate research students where appropriate.
  5. Apply for external funding to support the extra research activities.
  6. Engage in public outreach.
  7. Publish academic papers and other scholarly outputs to a high international standard, and in accordance with the research expectations of the particular university.
  8. Other duties as directed by the project supervisors or Head of School.

For more information email: [email protected]

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