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ERC Research Group_Indigeneities in the 21. Century_Position Announcement

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Philipp Schorch <[log in to unmask]>

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Philipp Schorch <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 11 Oct 2019 14:34:47 +0200

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Dear colleagues,

please circulate the position announcement below/attached to your networks
and forward to potential candidates.

Many thanks and best wishes,

Philipp Schorch

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Philipp Schorch

Professor Museum Anthropology

ERC Project - Indigeneities in the 21. Century

 
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Position Announcement


ERC Research Group Indigeneities in the 21st Century

2 Postdoctoral Fellowships and 1 Doctoral Position 

Available from 1 April 2020 for the duration of 3 years (with the
possibility of extension) at salary grade TVL 13 (Postdoc 100 %, Doctoral
Position 75%).

The ERC-funded project 'Indigeneities in the 21st Century' (2019-2024)
attempts to understand how indigenous actors have evolved from 'vanishing
people' to global players. While the label 'indigeneity' circulates
globally, it is also defined as a place-based marker of identity. This
project breaks new ground by incorporating both dimensions - global
circulation and local experience - in a common framework. It does so by
studying entangled indigeneities as transregional and transcultural
formations along the transpacific intersections between North and South
America, Australia and the South Pacific. The project deploys historical,
ethnographic and experimental museum methods, and is located at the
disciplinary intersections between anthropology, art, history and
philosophy. It aims at making a future-oriented contribution to (re)emerging
indigeneities and the (re)negotiation of their (post)colonial legacies in
and with Europe.

The project seeks applications for 2 Postdoctoral Fellows and 1 Doctoral
Student to join an international team of researchers led by Principal
Investigator Prof. Dr. Philipp Schorch and conduct an individual project
within the framework of 'Indigeneities in the 21st Century'. Candidates
should be versed in indigenous cosmologies, epistemologies, ontologies and
languages. A high level of academic English is required, and knowledge of
other colonial languages (French, German, Spanish) is advantageous.
Candidates should have an excellent early career research record and present
evidence of outstanding potential. They will be expected to conduct
fieldwork in the Pacific, consolidate his/her academic profile and expertise
through publications and collaboration, and contribute to the research
culture of the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology at LMU Munich.

The University is an equal opportunity employer. Handicapped applicants will
be given preference in the case of approximately equal qualifications. LMU
Munich is interested in increasing the number of female faculty members and
encourages women to apply. Please submit the following application documents
electronically by 15 November 2019 to Prof. Dr. Philipp Schorch
([log in to unmask]
<mailto:[log in to unmask]> ):

As one pdf file (in English):

(1) Application letter (letter of intent)

(2) Curriculum vitae (including all publications)

(3) Project proposal (max 5 pages)

(4) Writing sample (e.g. a published paper or a chapter of the Doctoral/MA
thesis)

(5) Degree certificates

(6) Names and contact details of two referees 

Shortlisted candidates will be programmed for a skype interview that will
take place in late November/early December 2019.

The web link to the position announcement can be found here:
https://www.en.ethnologie.uni-muenchen.de/aktuelles/position-announcement-er
c/index.html 

The project has received funding from the European Research Council (Grant
Agreement No. 803302). 

 

 


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