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Postdoc position in history of science, New York University

///Postdoc position in history of science, New York University

Postdoc position in history of science, New York University

The Gallatin School of Individualized Study at New York University invites applications for a post-doctoral fellowship for one year in the history of science and technology, or a related field, with the possibility for renewal for a second year. The Fellowship, which will begin September 1, 2013, will include a $40,000 annual stipend, a $20,000 housing allowance, full medical benefits and assistance with relocation. The research of the successful candidate should be interdisciplinary in nature and complement the work of historians of science already at Gallatin, as we look to strengthen the history-of-science community within New York University and New York City. The successful candidate will advance their own research project, teach two undergraduate courses a year, assist in the execution and development of the NYC History of Science Group, the NYU Science and Society minor and take part in the academic life of NYU and the Gallatin School.

Candidates are requested to submit a curriculum vitae, a research proposal on a topic related to the project (750 words maximum), a sample or samples of writing (i.e., article or book chapter), and two letters of recommendation.

All application materials must be received by March 15, 2013.

Apply online: https://www.nyuopsearch.com/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp?postingId=140778 (search postings for Department “Gallatin: 62000”).

NYU encourages applications from women and minorities.

By | 2013-02-11T16:51:03+00:00 February 11th, 2013|Jobs, Fellowships & Studentships|Comments Off on Postdoc position in history of science, New York University

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