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Associate Professorship in Urban Archaeology

The Centre for Urban Network Evolutions (UrbNet) and the School of Culture and Society, Aarhus University, invite applications for an associate professorship (tenured position) in the archaeology of urban societies. The position is located at either the Department of Classical Studies or the Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies, depending on the research profile of the person appointed. The successful applicant will also be affiliated with the Centre for Urban Network Evolutions (UrbNet), Aarhus University. UrbNet is expected to operate until 2025. After this period, the position will remain integrated in the School of Culture and Society. The associate professorship is a permanent, full-time position commencing on 1 January 2020.

The position is located at Moesgaard, Moesgård Alle 20, 8270 Højbjerg, Denmark.

The university wants its staff to reflect the diversity of society, and thus welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of their personal background.

The position
We are looking for an innovative and dedicated candidate whose research focuses on the archaeology of urban societies, including, for example, material culture studies, comparative analysis, fieldwork, archaeological science or environmental archaeology. UrbNet is an interdisciplinary research initiative exploring the evolution of urbanism and urban networks from the Hellenistic Period to the Middle Ages, and is funded as a Centre of Excellence by the Danish National Research Foundation (please see http://urbnet.au.dk/).

The successful applicant should be able to demonstrate competence within the scope of UrbNet’s research, and a research plan should be submitted which aligns with the centre’s initiatives – preferably concentrated on one of the centre’s main regional areas. Applicants should have a keen interest in engaging in visionary research bridging disciplines, while focusing on the humanities-based core research agendas pursued by the centre.

Apart from carrying out research and contributing to the overall research agenda of UrbNet, the successful applicant will also be expected to contribute to the academic environment at the School of Culture and Society, including teaching and coordinating courses (BA, MA and PhD), as well as taking part in talent development and knowledge exchange according to Aarhus University’s overall strategy.

Research
The successful applicant is expected to develop and to head research projects on topics of relevance to the archaeology of urban societies and networks from the Hellenistic Period to the Middle Ages. The person appointed to the position will also be expected to participate in collective research projects and pursue external research funding.

Education
Depending on his/her expertise, the successful applicant is expected to teach courses at one or both archaeology departments (the Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies or the Department of Classical Studies, respectively) at the School of Culture and Society, Faculty of Arts. This entails (a) participating in teaching general studies courses for archaeology students; and (b) having primary responsibility for one or more of these courses in the relevant departmental programmes.

Talent development
The successful applicant is expected to supervise PhD students and contribute to the development and implementation of PhD courses in the field of archaeology.

Qualifications
Applicants must have a PhD degree in archaeology or equivalent qualifications at an international level, and must document qualifications corresponding to the completion of an assistant professorship.

Applicants must moreover be able to document:

  • Relevant academic publications at the highest international level
  • Research in archaeology on topics relevant to the UrbNet research agenda
  • Participation in relevant national and international networks
  • Experience of interdisciplinary collaboration (notably with disciplines represented at UrbNet)
  • The ability to teach courses within the framework of classical or/and historical archaeology at undergraduate and graduate level.

The following skills are considered an advantage:
  • Experience of heading/participating in archaeological fieldwork

Please note that only publications that are actually submitted with the application will be assessed; a list of publications is not sufficient. Applications which are not accompanied by publications will not be assessed.

Past research achievements will be assessed based on the active research time of the applicant in question. So we ask applicants to specify any career breaks they have had (e.g. due to maternity/paternity, illness, etc.), in order to gauge their research productivity.

References or recommendations should not be included with the application. Applicants who are selected for a job interview may be asked to state professional references.

If the successful applicant is not fluent in Danish, he or she will be expected to learn Danish within a period of approximately two years.

The application must be submitted in English.

Contact
For more information about the position, please contact Centre Director, Professor Rubina Raja, email: rubina.raja@cas.au.dk) or the Head of the School of Culture and Society, Bjarke Paarup, email: bjarke.paarup@cas.au.dk

For more information about the application, please contact HR supporter Marianne Birn, email: mbb@au.dk

For a more detailed description of UrbNet, please visit the centre’s website: http://urbnet.au.dk/ and School of Culture and Society: http://cas.au.dk/

For a description of classical archaeology at Aarhus University, please visit this website: http://cas.au.dk/en/about-the-school/departments/history-and-classical-studies/
And for archaeology and heritage studies, please see: http://cas.au.dk/en/about-the-school/departments/archaeology-and-heritage-studies/

The School of Culture and Society
At the School of Culture and Society, the object of research and teaching is the interplay between culture and society in time and space:
  • From the traditional disciplines of the humanities and theology to applied social research
  • From Antiquity to the issues facing contemporary societies
  • From familiar Danish cultural forms to other very different worlds
  • From local questions to global challenges

The school’s ambition is to produce compelling research with an international resonance, as well as offering teaching and talent development of the highest quality. The school has a broad cooperative interface with society as a whole, both in Denmark and abroad, and contributes to social innovation, research communication and further and continuing education.
For more details about the school, please see http://cas.au.dk/en/.

Qualification requirements
Applicants should hold a PhD or equivalent academic qualifications.

Formalities
Faculty of Arts refers to the Ministerial Order on the Appointment of Academic Staff at Danish Universities (the Appointment Order).
The application must outline the applicant's motivation for applying for the position, attaching a curriculum vitae, a teaching portfolio, a complete list of published works, copies of degree certificates and no more than eight examples of academic production (mandatory). Please upload this material electronically along with your application.

If nothing else is noted, applications must be submitted in English. Application deadline is at 11.59 pm Danish time (same as Central European Time) on the deadline day.
All interested candidates are encouraged to apply, regardless of their personal background.

Shortlists may be prepared with the candidates that have been selected for a detailed academic assessment. A committee set up by the head of school is responsible for selecting the most qualified candidates. See this link for further information about shortlisting at the Faculty of Arts: http://medarbejdere.au.dk/fileadmin/user_upload/Proces_for_shortlisting_december_2017.pdf

Aarhus University offers a broad variety of services for international researchers and accompanying families, including relocation service and career counselling to expat partners: http://ias.au.dk/au-relocation-service/. Please find more information about entering and working in Denmark here: http://international.au.dk/research/

Faculty of Arts
The Faculty of Arts is one of four main academic areas at Aarhus University.
The faculty contributes to Aarhus University's research, talent development, knowledge exchange and degree programmes.
With its 500 academic staff members, 260 PhD students, 10,500 BA and MA students, and 1,500 students following continuing/further education programmes, the faculty constitutes a strong and diverse research and teaching environment.
The Faculty of Arts consists of the School of Communication and Culture, the School of Culture and Society, the Danish School of Education, and the Centre for Teaching Development and Digital Media. Each of these units has strong academic environments and forms the basis for interdisciplinary research and education.
The faculty's academic environments and degree programmes engage in international collaboration and share the common goal of contributing to the development of knowledge, welfare and culture in interaction with society.

Read more at https://international.au.dk/


The application must be submitted via Aarhus University’s recruitment system, which can be accessed under the job advertisement on Aarhus University's website.

Aarhus University
Aarhus University is an academically diverse and research-intensive university with a strong commitment to high-quality research and education and the development of society nationally and globally. The university offers an inspiring research and teaching environment to its 38,000 students (FTEs) and 8,000 employees, and has an annual revenues of EUR 885 million. Learn more at www.international.au.dk/

Deadline:
30 July 2019

 


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330050338Phoenix-6bcfcc5312019-06-28T00:00:00Associate Professorship in Urban ArchaeologyThe Centre for Urban Network Evolutions (UrbNet) and the School of Culture and Society, Aarhus University, invite applications for an associate professorship (tenured position) in the archaeology of urban societies. The position is located at either the Department of Classical Studies or the Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies, depending on the research profile of the person appointed. The successful applicant will also be affiliated with the Centre for Urban Network Evolutions (UrbNet), Aarhus University. UrbNet is expected to operate until 2025. After this period, the position will remain integrated in the School of Culture and Society. The associate professorship is a permanent, full-time position commencing on 1 January 2020.

The position is located at Moesgaard, Moesgård Alle 20, 8270 Højbjerg, Denmark.

The university wants its staff to reflect the diversity of society, and thus welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of their personal background.

The position
We are looking for an innovative and dedicated candidate whose research focuses on the archaeology of urban societies, including, for example, material culture studies, comparative analysis, fieldwork, archaeological science or environmental archaeology. UrbNet is an interdisciplinary research initiative exploring the evolution of urbanism and urban networks from the Hellenistic Period to the Middle Ages, and is funded as a Centre of Excellence by the Danish National Research Foundation (please see http://urbnet.au.dk/).

The successful applicant should be able to demonstrate competence within the scope of UrbNet’s research, and a research plan should be submitted which aligns with the centre’s initiatives – preferably concentrated on one of the centre’s main regional areas. Applicants should have a keen interest in engaging in visionary research bridging disciplines, while focusing on the humanities-based core research agendas pursued by the centre.

Apart from carrying out research and contributing to the overall research agenda of UrbNet, the successful applicant will also be expected to contribute to the academic environment at the School of Culture and Society, including teaching and coordinating courses (BA, MA and PhD), as well as taking part in talent development and knowledge exchange according to Aarhus University’s overall strategy.

Research
The successful applicant is expected to develop and to head research projects on topics of relevance to the archaeology of urban societies and networks from the Hellenistic Period to the Middle Ages. The person appointed to the position will also be expected to participate in collective research projects and pursue external research funding.

Education
Depending on his/her expertise, the successful applicant is expected to teach courses at one or both archaeology departments (the Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies or the Department of Classical Studies, respectively) at the School of Culture and Society, Faculty of Arts. This entails (a) participating in teaching general studies courses for archaeology students; and (b) having primary responsibility for one or more of these courses in the relevant departmental programmes.

Talent development
The successful applicant is expected to supervise PhD students and contribute to the development and implementation of PhD courses in the field of archaeology.

Qualifications
Applicants must have a PhD degree in archaeology or equivalent qualifications at an international level, and must document qualifications corresponding to the completion of an assistant professorship.

Applicants must moreover be able to document:
  • Relevant academic publications at the highest international level
  • Research in archaeology on topics relevant to the UrbNet research agenda
  • Participation in relevant national and international networks
  • Experience of interdisciplinary collaboration (notably with disciplines represented at UrbNet)
  • The ability to teach courses within the framework of classical or/and historical archaeology at undergraduate and graduate level.

The following skills are considered an advantage:
  • Experience of heading/participating in archaeological fieldwork

Please note that only publications that are actually submitted with the application will be assessed; a list of publications is not sufficient. Applications which are not accompanied by publications will not be assessed.

Past research achievements will be assessed based on the active research time of the applicant in question. So we ask applicants to specify any career breaks they have had (e.g. due to maternity/paternity, illness, etc.), in order to gauge their research productivity.

References or recommendations should not be included with the application. Applicants who are selected for a job interview may be asked to state professional references.

If the successful applicant is not fluent in Danish, he or she will be expected to learn Danish within a period of approximately two years.

The application must be submitted in English.

Contact
For more information about the position, please contact Centre Director, Professor Rubina Raja, email: rubina.raja@cas.au.dk) or the Head of the School of Culture and Society, Bjarke Paarup, email: bjarke.paarup@cas.au.dk

For more information about the application, please contact HR supporter Marianne Birn, email: mbb@au.dk

For a more detailed description of UrbNet, please visit the centre’s website: http://urbnet.au.dk/ and School of Culture and Society: http://cas.au.dk/

For a description of classical archaeology at Aarhus University, please visit this website: http://cas.au.dk/en/about-the-school/departments/history-and-classical-studies/
And for archaeology and heritage studies, please see: http://cas.au.dk/en/about-the-school/departments/archaeology-and-heritage-studies/

The School of Culture and Society
At the School of Culture and Society, the object of research and teaching is the interplay between culture and society in time and space:
  • From the traditional disciplines of the humanities and theology to applied social research
  • From Antiquity to the issues facing contemporary societies
  • From familiar Danish cultural forms to other very different worlds
  • From local questions to global challenges

The school’s ambition is to produce compelling research with an international resonance, as well as offering teaching and talent development of the highest quality. The school has a broad cooperative interface with society as a whole, both in Denmark and abroad, and contributes to social innovation, research communication and further and continuing education.
For more details about the school, please see http://cas.au.dk/en/.

Qualification requirements
Applicants should hold a PhD or equivalent academic qualifications.

Formalities
Faculty of Arts refers to the Ministerial Order on the Appointment of Academic Staff at Danish Universities (the Appointment Order).
The application must outline the applicant's motivation for applying for the position, attaching a curriculum vitae, a teaching portfolio, a complete list of published works, copies of degree certificates and no more than eight examples of academic production (mandatory). Please upload this material electronically along with your application.

If nothing else is noted, applications must be submitted in English. Application deadline is at 11.59 pm Danish time (same as Central European Time) on the deadline day.
All interested candidates are encouraged to apply, regardless of their personal background.

Shortlists may be prepared with the candidates that have been selected for a detailed academic assessment. A committee set up by the head of school is responsible for selecting the most qualified candidates. See this link for further information about shortlisting at the Faculty of Arts: http://medarbejdere.au.dk/fileadmin/user_upload/Proces_for_shortlisting_december_2017.pdf

Aarhus University offers a broad variety of services for international researchers and accompanying families, including relocation service and career counselling to expat partners: http://ias.au.dk/au-relocation-service/. Please find more information about entering and working in Denmark here: http://international.au.dk/research/

Faculty of Arts
The Faculty of Arts is one of four main academic areas at Aarhus University.
The faculty contributes to Aarhus University's research, talent development, knowledge exchange and degree programmes.
With its 500 academic staff members, 260 PhD students, 10,500 BA and MA students, and 1,500 students following continuing/further education programmes, the faculty constitutes a strong and diverse research and teaching environment.
The Faculty of Arts consists of the School of Communication and Culture, the School of Culture and Society, the Danish School of Education, and the Centre for Teaching Development and Digital Media. Each of these units has strong academic environments and forms the basis for interdisciplinary research and education.
The faculty's academic environments and degree programmes engage in international collaboration and share the common goal of contributing to the development of knowledge, welfare and culture in interaction with society.

Read more at https://international.au.dk/


The application must be submitted via Aarhus University’s recruitment system, which can be accessed under the job advertisement on Aarhus University's website.

Aarhus University
Aarhus University is an academically diverse and research-intensive university with a strong commitment to high-quality research and education and the development of society nationally and globally. The university offers an inspiring research and teaching environment to its 38,000 students (FTEs) and 8,000 employees, and has an annual revenues of EUR 885 million. Learn more at www.international.au.dk/

Deadline:
30 July 2019

 

2019-07-31T00:51:44.743 The Centre for Urban Network Evolutions (UrbNet) and the School of Culture and Society, Aarhus University, invite applications for an associate professorship (tenured position) in the archaeology of urban societies. The position is located at either the Department of Classical Studies or the Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies, depending on the research profile of the person appointed. The successful applicant will also be affiliated with the Centre for Urban Network Evolutions (UrbNet), Aarhus University. UrbNet is expected to operate until 2025. After this period, the position will remain integrated in the School of Culture and Society. The associate professorship is a permanent, full-time position commencing on 1 January 2020. The position is located at Moesgaard, Moesgård Alle 20, 8270 Højbjerg, Denmark. The university wants its staff to reflect the diversity of society, and thus welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of their personal background. The position We are looking for an innovative and dedicated candidate whose research focuses on the archaeology of urban societies, including, for example, material culture studies, comparative analysis, fieldwork, archaeological science or environmental archaeology. UrbNet is an interdisciplinary research initiative exploring the evolution of urbanism and urban networks from the Hellenistic Period to the Middle Ages, and is funded as a Centre of Excellence by the Danish National Research Foundation (please see http: urbnet.au.dk ). The successful applicant should be able to demonstrate competence within the scope of UrbNet s research, and a research plan should be submitted which aligns with the centre s initiatives preferably concentrated on one of the centre s main regional areas. Applicants should have a keen interest in engaging in visionary research bridging disciplines, while focusing on the humanities-based core research agendas pursued by the centre. Apart from carrying out research and contributing to the overall research agenda of UrbNet, the successful applicant will also be expected to contribute to the academic environment at the School of Culture and Society, including teaching and coordinating courses (BA, MA and PhD), as well as taking part in talent development and knowledge exchange according to Aarhus University s overall strategy. Research The successful applicant is expected to develop and to head research projects on topics of relevance to the archaeology of urban societies and networks from the Hellenistic Period to the Middle Ages. The person appointed to the position will also be expected to participate in collective research projects and pursue external research funding. Education Depending on his her expertise, the successful applicant is expected to teach courses at one or both archaeology departments (the Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies or the Department of Classical Studies, respectively) at the School of Culture and Society, Faculty of Arts. This entails (a) participating in teaching general studies courses for archaeology students and (b) having primary responsibility for one or more of these courses in the relevant departmental programmes. Talent development The successful applicant is expected to supervise PhD students and contribute to the development and implementation of PhD courses in the field of archaeology. Qualifications Applicants must have a PhD degree in archaeology or equivalent qualifications at an international level, and must document qualifications corresponding to the completion of an assistant professorship. Applicants must moreover be able to document:Relevant academic publications at the highest international levelResearch in archaeology on topics relevant to the UrbNet research agendaParticipation in relevant national and international networksExperience of interdisciplinary collaboration (notably with disciplines represented at UrbNet)The ability to teach courses within the framework of classical or and historical archaeology at undergraduate and graduate level. The following skills are considered an advantage:Experience of heading participating in archaeological fieldwork Please note that only publications that are actually submitted with the application will be assessed a list of publications is not sufficient. Applications which are not accompanied by publications will not be assessed. Past research achievements will be assessed based on the active research time of the applicant in question. So we ask applicants to specify any career breaks they have had (e.g. due to maternity paternity, illness, etc.), in order to gauge their research productivity. References or recommendations should not be included with the application. Applicants who are selected for a job interview may be asked to state professional references. If the successful applicant is not fluent in Danish, he or she will be expected to learn Danish within a period of approximately two years. The application must be submitted in English. Contact For more information about the position, please contact Centre Director, Professor Rubina Raja, email: rubina.raja@cas.au.dk) or the Head of the School of Culture and Society, Bjarke Paarup, email: bjarke.paarup@cas.au.dk For more information about the application, please contact HR supporter Marianne Birn, email: mbb@au.dk For a more detailed description of UrbNet, please visit the centre s website: http: urbnet.au.dk and School of Culture and Society: http: cas.au.dk For a description of classical archaeology at Aarhus University, please visit this website: http: cas.au.dk en about-the-school departments history-and-classical-studies And for archaeology and heritage studies, please see: http: cas.au.dk en about-the-school departments archaeology-and-heritage-studies The School of Culture and Society At the School of Culture and Society, the object of research and teaching is the interplay between culture and society in time and space:From the traditional disciplines of the humanities and theology to applied social researchFrom Antiquity to the issues facing contemporary societiesFrom familiar Danish cultural forms to other very different worldsFrom local questions to global challenges The school s ambition is to produce compelling research with an international resonance, as well as offering teaching and talent development of the highest quality. The school has a broad cooperative interface with society as a whole, both in Denmark and abroad, and contributes to social innovation, research communication and further and continuing education. For more details about the school, please see http: cas.au.dk en . Qualification requirements Applicants should hold a PhD or equivalent academic qualifications. Formalities Faculty of Arts refers to the Ministerial Order on the Appointment of Academic Staff at Danish Universities (the Appointment Order).Appointment shall be in accordance with the collective labour agreement between the Danish Ministry of Finance and the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations.Further information on qualification requirements and job content may be found in the Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff at Danish Universities .Further information on the application and supplementary materials may be found in Application Guidelines. The application must outline the applicant s motivation for applying for the position, attaching a curriculum vitae, a teaching portfolio, a complete list of published works, copies of degree certificates and no more than eight examples of academic production (mandatory). Please upload this material electronically along with your application. If nothing else is noted, applications must be submitted in English. Application deadline is at 11.59 pm Danish time (same as Central European Time) on the deadline day. All interested candidates are encouraged to apply, regardless of their personal background. Shortlists may be prepared with the candidates that have been selected for a detailed academic assessment. A committee set up by the head of school is responsible for selecting the most qualified candidates. See this link for further information about shortlisting at the Faculty of Arts: http: medarbejdere.au.dk fileadmin user_upload Proces_for_shortlisting_december_2017.pdf Aarhus University offers a broad variety of services for international researchers and accompanying families, including relocation service and career counselling to expat partners: http: ias.au.dk au-relocation-service . Please find more information about entering and working in Denmark here: http: international.au.dk research Faculty of Arts The Faculty of Arts is one of four main academic areas at Aarhus University. The faculty contributes to Aarhus University s research, talent development, knowledge exchange and degree programmes. With its 500 academic staff members, 260 PhD students, 10,500 BA and MA students, and 1,500 students following continuing further education programmes, the faculty constitutes a strong and diverse research and teaching environment. The Faculty of Arts consists of the School of Communication and Culture, the School of Culture and Society, the Danish School of Education, and the Centre for Teaching Development and Digital Media. Each of these units has strong academic environments and forms the basis for interdisciplinary research and education. The faculty s academic environments and degree programmes engage in international collaboration and share the common goal of contributing to the development of knowledge, welfare and culture in interaction with society. Read more at https: international.au.dk The application must be submitted via Aarhus University s recruitment system, which can be accessed under the job advertisement on Aarhus University s website. Aarhus University Aarhus University is an academically diverse and research-intensive university with a strong commitment to high-quality research and education and the development of society nationally and globally. 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