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PhD fellow in The role of UNESCO during armed conflicts in the past years in connection with the material culture of the Middle East

The Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen invites applications for a PhD fellow in, to be filled by 1 October 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter. The position is for three years.

Description of the scientific environment
After WW II The United Nations was formed and also UNESCO, the special organization for negotiating international agreements concerning identification, management and protection of cultural heritage. One very important consequence of UNESCO was the establishment of a committee, which recognizes world cultural heritage.

In a longer perspective UNESCO may be understood as the attempt of the world community to replace the situation before the WW II, which was heavily influenced by the colonial interest of the western world in the non-western world resulting in the relocation of material culture to collections and museums in Europe and USA.
During the past decades the Middle East has experienced a number of tragic armed conflicts. Due to its value, economic as well as value as identity marker, the material cultural heritage has been severely affected resulting in almost systematic destruction of monuments identified by UNESCO and the world society as world heritage. The PHD should analyze the role and the contribution of UNESCO in the protection and safeguarding of material culture in the regions going through armed conflicts, in particular Iraq and Syria. Also the role of national and/or international institutions other than UNESCO should be assessed in order to protect material cultural heritage.

It is expected that the assessment will conclude in an identification of major challenges for UNESCO and other international institutions in order to positively affecting the safe guarding of material cultural heritage. And how these challenges are met by the organizations. UNESCO’s and other international organizations’ impact and degree of success in improving the protection of material cultural heritage as well should be analyzed resulting in a recommendation for how to prioritize future interventions.

The PhD will be attached to the National Museum, Ancient Cultures of Denmark and the Mediterranean. Main supervisor will be from the University of Copenhagen together with a co-supervisor from the National Museum. The workload of 840 hours during the PhD-project will be divided evenly between the University of Copenhagen and the National Museum. Working hours at the university will be in form of teaching (420 hours).

Qualification Requirements
The applicant is expected to hold a relevant degree in archaeology or a related discipline and preferably experience from field or museum work in the Middle East or Denmark and have excellent communication skills in English

Please note that applications which do not adhere to the formal requirements (read more in the two sections ‘Admission requirements’ and ‘Application requirements’ below) will not be taken into consideration for the PhD scholarship.

Admission requirements
Applicants need to hold a two-year Master's degree (120 ECTS) or the equivalent. Applicants must have submitted their thesis at the time of application, to the extent the thesis forms part of their Master program. In case you have not obtained your diploma by the application deadline, you must include a statement (pre-approval) from your university declaring that you have been awarded the master degree.

Applicants with a non-Danish Master's degree will have their degree assessed by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science in order to establish, if the Master's degree is equivalent to a Danish Master's degree. Please read more at the Ministry of Higher Education and Sciences website: https://ufm.dk/en

Excellent communication skills in English is considered essential and applicants must speak and write academic English fluently. The PhD Administration may ask applicants to document their proficiency in English at any time during the recruitment process if this is considered necessary.

Application requirements

CV

CV including a list of publications, if available, must be submitted with the application.

Diploma and transcript of records
The following documentation must be submitted:
• A copy of the applicant's Master's degree diploma (if not available before the application deadline, a pre-approval must be submitted)
• A copy of the applicant's Master’s degree transcript of records (an official description of the grading scale must be included)
• A copy of the applicant's Bachelor’s degree diploma
• A copy of the applicant's Bachelor’s degree transcript of records (an official description of the grading scale must be included)

If the MA diploma and/or examination records are in another language than English, German, French, Spanish, Danish, Norwegian or Swedish, please include a translation into either of these languages in your application.
The translation of diplomas/certificates and transcripts must be made by or approved by either:
• A state-authorized translator and interpreter
• The embassy or consulate of the country where the original document was issued or where the translation was made
• A Danish consulate/embassy

The PhD administration encourages applicants from within the EU to enclose a Diploma Supplement. The Diploma Supplement is part of a common European framework for transparency of competencies and qualifications – the EuroPass framework. For more information, click here.
Chinese applicants are required to enclose a CADGEEC (The China Academic degrees and Graduate Education Evaluation Committee) certificate. Read more here.
Please read about admission requirements and application requirements on our website at: http://phd.humanities.ku.dk/become-phd-student/how-to/application-requirements/

The recruitment process
After the expiry of the deadline for applications, applicants are selected for assessment on the advice of the Appointment Committee. All applicants will be notified whether they are passed on to assessment or not. Whereafter, the Assessment Committee is appointed by the Dean and the selected applicants are notified of the composition of the committee. Each applicant has the opportunity to comment on the part of the assessment which relates to their own application.
Afterwards selected qualified candidates will be invited for an interview. Please be advised that a positive assessment does not necessarily mean that you will be invited for an interview.
For further information on the recruitment process please see Copenhagen University’s website: http://employment.ku.dk/faculty/recruitment-process/.

Enrolment
Enrolment as a PhD student at the Faculty of Humanities' PhD School is a precondition for employment as a PhD scholar.
As a PhD scholar at The Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen, you will be supervised for approximately 180 hours distributed over 6 semesters. In addition to this, you must complete courses totalling approximately 30 ECTS. On completion of the PhD programme you must submit a PhD thesis in order to document your research effort.

Read more about the structure of the PhD programme and what it means to be enrolled as a PhD student via this link: http://phd.humanities.ku.dk/become-phd-student/what-is-it/

For more information about the PhD School, click here: http://phd.humanities.ku.dk/

Terms of employment
PhD scholars at the Faculty of Humanities are appointed under the terms and conditions of the collective bargaining agreement between the Danish Ministry of Finance and the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations. According to the agreement, PhD scholars are obliged – without any additional remuneration – to perform tasks assigned to them corresponding to 840 working hours over the three years.

For further information on employment, please see the collective agreement between the Ministry of Finance and the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC). Please read more here: http://phd.humanities.ku.dk/become-phd-student/what-is-it/what-does-employment-as-a-phd-scholar-entail/

Please note that it is normally a precondition for employment that the applicant in question does not already have a PhD degree. Applicants who have already obtained a PhD degree will, as a main rule, be dismissed.

Contact
For any further questions, please contact the PhD Administration, HR South and City Campus, University of Copenhagen via this e-mail: phd@hrsc.ku.dk.
For specific questions concerning the role, please contact Tobias Richter richter@hum.ku.d
k
As an equal opportunity employer, the Faculty of Humanities invites applications from all interested candidates regardless of gender, age, ethnic origin or religion.
Applications must be submitted electronically no later than 26th July 2018 at 23.59 (11.59 pm) (CEST).

You can alter submitted application in the recruitment system until the application deadline expires. No supplementary documents will be taken into consideration after this deadline.









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329831978Phoenix-5b5dcb3c12018-06-14T00:00:00PhD fellow in The role of UNESCO during armed conflicts in the past years in connection with the material culture of the Middle EastThe Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen invites applications for a PhD fellow in, to be filled by 1 October 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter. The position is for three years.

Description of the scientific environment
After WW II The United Nations was formed and also UNESCO, the special organization for negotiating international agreements concerning identification, management and protection of cultural heritage. One very important consequence of UNESCO was the establishment of a committee, which recognizes world cultural heritage.

In a longer perspective UNESCO may be understood as the attempt of the world community to replace the situation before the WW II, which was heavily influenced by the colonial interest of the western world in the non-western world resulting in the relocation of material culture to collections and museums in Europe and USA.
During the past decades the Middle East has experienced a number of tragic armed conflicts. Due to its value, economic as well as value as identity marker, the material cultural heritage has been severely affected resulting in almost systematic destruction of monuments identified by UNESCO and the world society as world heritage. The PHD should analyze the role and the contribution of UNESCO in the protection and safeguarding of material culture in the regions going through armed conflicts, in particular Iraq and Syria. Also the role of national and/or international institutions other than UNESCO should be assessed in order to protect material cultural heritage.

It is expected that the assessment will conclude in an identification of major challenges for UNESCO and other international institutions in order to positively affecting the safe guarding of material cultural heritage. And how these challenges are met by the organizations. UNESCO’s and other international organizations’ impact and degree of success in improving the protection of material cultural heritage as well should be analyzed resulting in a recommendation for how to prioritize future interventions.

The PhD will be attached to the National Museum, Ancient Cultures of Denmark and the Mediterranean. Main supervisor will be from the University of Copenhagen together with a co-supervisor from the National Museum. The workload of 840 hours during the PhD-project will be divided evenly between the University of Copenhagen and the National Museum. Working hours at the university will be in form of teaching (420 hours).

Qualification Requirements
The applicant is expected to hold a relevant degree in archaeology or a related discipline and preferably experience from field or museum work in the Middle East or Denmark and have excellent communication skills in English

Please note that applications which do not adhere to the formal requirements (read more in the two sections ‘Admission requirements’ and ‘Application requirements’ below) will not be taken into consideration for the PhD scholarship.

Admission requirements
Applicants need to hold a two-year Master's degree (120 ECTS) or the equivalent. Applicants must have submitted their thesis at the time of application, to the extent the thesis forms part of their Master program. In case you have not obtained your diploma by the application deadline, you must include a statement (pre-approval) from your university declaring that you have been awarded the master degree.

Applicants with a non-Danish Master's degree will have their degree assessed by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science in order to establish, if the Master's degree is equivalent to a Danish Master's degree. Please read more at the Ministry of Higher Education and Sciences website: https://ufm.dk/en

Excellent communication skills in English is considered essential and applicants must speak and write academic English fluently. The PhD Administration may ask applicants to document their proficiency in English at any time during the recruitment process if this is considered necessary.

Application requirements

CV

CV including a list of publications, if available, must be submitted with the application.

Diploma and transcript of records
The following documentation must be submitted:
• A copy of the applicant's Master's degree diploma (if not available before the application deadline, a pre-approval must be submitted)
• A copy of the applicant's Master’s degree transcript of records (an official description of the grading scale must be included)
• A copy of the applicant's Bachelor’s degree diploma
• A copy of the applicant's Bachelor’s degree transcript of records (an official description of the grading scale must be included)

If the MA diploma and/or examination records are in another language than English, German, French, Spanish, Danish, Norwegian or Swedish, please include a translation into either of these languages in your application.
The translation of diplomas/certificates and transcripts must be made by or approved by either:
• A state-authorized translator and interpreter
• The embassy or consulate of the country where the original document was issued or where the translation was made
• A Danish consulate/embassy

The PhD administration encourages applicants from within the EU to enclose a Diploma Supplement. The Diploma Supplement is part of a common European framework for transparency of competencies and qualifications – the EuroPass framework. For more information, click here.
Chinese applicants are required to enclose a CADGEEC (The China Academic degrees and Graduate Education Evaluation Committee) certificate. Read more here.
Please read about admission requirements and application requirements on our website at: http://phd.humanities.ku.dk/become-phd-student/how-to/application-requirements/

The recruitment process
After the expiry of the deadline for applications, applicants are selected for assessment on the advice of the Appointment Committee. All applicants will be notified whether they are passed on to assessment or not. Whereafter, the Assessment Committee is appointed by the Dean and the selected applicants are notified of the composition of the committee. Each applicant has the opportunity to comment on the part of the assessment which relates to their own application.
Afterwards selected qualified candidates will be invited for an interview. Please be advised that a positive assessment does not necessarily mean that you will be invited for an interview.
For further information on the recruitment process please see Copenhagen University’s website: http://employment.ku.dk/faculty/recruitment-process/.

Enrolment
Enrolment as a PhD student at the Faculty of Humanities' PhD School is a precondition for employment as a PhD scholar.
As a PhD scholar at The Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen, you will be supervised for approximately 180 hours distributed over 6 semesters. In addition to this, you must complete courses totalling approximately 30 ECTS. On completion of the PhD programme you must submit a PhD thesis in order to document your research effort.

Read more about the structure of the PhD programme and what it means to be enrolled as a PhD student via this link: http://phd.humanities.ku.dk/become-phd-student/what-is-it/

For more information about the PhD School, click here: http://phd.humanities.ku.dk/

Terms of employment
PhD scholars at the Faculty of Humanities are appointed under the terms and conditions of the collective bargaining agreement between the Danish Ministry of Finance and the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations. According to the agreement, PhD scholars are obliged – without any additional remuneration – to perform tasks assigned to them corresponding to 840 working hours over the three years.

For further information on employment, please see the collective agreement between the Ministry of Finance and the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC). Please read more here: http://phd.humanities.ku.dk/become-phd-student/what-is-it/what-does-employment-as-a-phd-scholar-entail/

Please note that it is normally a precondition for employment that the applicant in question does not already have a PhD degree. Applicants who have already obtained a PhD degree will, as a main rule, be dismissed.

Contact
For any further questions, please contact the PhD Administration, HR South and City Campus, University of Copenhagen via this e-mail: phd@hrsc.ku.dk.
For specific questions concerning the role, please contact Tobias Richter richter@hum.ku.d
k
As an equal opportunity employer, the Faculty of Humanities invites applications from all interested candidates regardless of gender, age, ethnic origin or religion.
Applications must be submitted electronically no later than 26th July 2018 at 23.59 (11.59 pm) (CEST).

You can alter submitted application in the recruitment system until the application deadline expires. No supplementary documents will be taken into consideration after this deadline.








2018-07-15T00:50:17.750 The Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen invites applications for a PhD fellow in, to be filled by 1 October 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter. The position is for three years. Description of the scientific environment After WW II The United Nations was formed and also UNESCO, the special organization for negotiating international agreements concerning identification, management and protection of cultural heritage. One very important consequence of UNESCO was the establishment of a committee, which recognizes world cultural heritage. In a longer perspective UNESCO may be understood as the attempt of the world community to replace the situation before the WW II, which was heavily influenced by the colonial interest of the western world in the non-western world resulting in the relocation of material culture to collections and museums in Europe and USA. During the past decades the Middle East has experienced a number of tragic armed conflicts. Due to its value, economic as well as value as identity marker, the material cultural heritage has been severely affected resulting in almost systematic destruction of monuments identified by UNESCO and the world society as world heritage. The PHD should analyze the role and the contribution of UNESCO in the protection and safeguarding of material culture in the regions going through armed conflicts, in particular Iraq and Syria. Also the role of national and or international institutions other than UNESCO should be assessed in order to protect material cultural heritage. It is expected that the assessment will conclude in an identification of major challenges for UNESCO and other international institutions in order to positively affecting the safe guarding of material cultural heritage. And how these challenges are met by the organizations. UNESCO s and other international organizations impact and degree of success in improving the protection of material cultural heritage as well should be analyzed resulting in a recommendation for how to prioritize future interventions. The PhD will be attached to the National Museum, Ancient Cultures of Denmark and the Mediterranean. Main supervisor will be from the University of Copenhagen together with a co-supervisor from the National Museum. The workload of 840 hours during the PhD-project will be divided evenly between the University of Copenhagen and the National Museum. Working hours at the university will be in form of teaching (420 hours). Qualification Requirements The applicant is expected to hold a relevant degree in archaeology or a related discipline and preferably experience from field or museum work in the Middle East or Denmark and have excellent communication skills in English Please note that applications which do not adhere to the formal requirements (read more in the two sections Admission requirements and Application requirements below) will not be taken into consideration for the PhD scholarship. Admission requirements Applicants need to hold a two-year Master s degree (120 ECTS) or the equivalent. Applicants must have submitted their thesis at the time of application, to the extent the thesis forms part of their Master program. In case you have not obtained your diploma by the application deadline, you must include a statement (pre-approval) from your university declaring that you have been awarded the master degree. Applicants with a non-Danish Master s degree will have their degree assessed by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science in order to establish, if the Master s degree is equivalent to a Danish Master s degree. Please read more at the Ministry of Higher Education and Sciences website: https: ufm.dk en Excellent communication skills in English is considered essential and applicants must speak and write academic English fluently. The PhD Administration may ask applicants to document their proficiency in English at any time during the recruitment process if this is considered necessary. Application requirements CV CV including a list of publications, if available, must be submitted with the application. Diploma and transcript of records The following documentation must be submitted: • A copy of the applicant s Master s degree diploma (if not available before the application deadline, a pre-approval must be submitted) • A copy of the applicant s Master s degree transcript of records (an official description of the grading scale must be included) • A copy of the applicant s Bachelor s degree diploma • A copy of the applicant s Bachelor s degree transcript of records (an official description of the grading scale must be included) If the MA diploma and or examination records are in another language than English, German, French, Spanish, Danish, Norwegian or Swedish, please include a translation into either of these languages in your application. The translation of diplomas certificates and transcripts must be made by or approved by either: • A state-authorized translator and interpreter • The embassy or consulate of the country where the original document was issued or where the translation was made • A Danish consulate embassy The PhD administration encourages applicants from within the EU to enclose a Diploma Supplement. The Diploma Supplement is part of a common European framework for transparency of competencies and qualifications the EuroPass framework. For more information, click here. Chinese applicants are required to enclose a CADGEEC (The China Academic degrees and Graduate Education Evaluation Committee) certificate. Read more here. Please read about admission requirements and application requirements on our website at: http: phd.humanities.ku.dk become-phd-student how-to application-requirements The recruitment process After the expiry of the deadline for applications, applicants are selected for assessment on the advice of the Appointment Committee. All applicants will be notified whether they are passed on to assessment or not. Whereafter, the Assessment Committee is appointed by the Dean and the selected applicants are notified of the composition of the committee. Each applicant has the opportunity to comment on the part of the assessment which relates to their own application. Afterwards selected qualified candidates will be invited for an interview. Please be advised that a positive assessment does not necessarily mean that you will be invited for an interview. For further information on the recruitment process please see Copenhagen University s website: http: employment.ku.dk faculty recruitment-process . Enrolment Enrolment as a PhD student at the Faculty of Humanities PhD School is a precondition for employment as a PhD scholar. As a PhD scholar at The Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen, you will be supervised for approximately 180 hours distributed over 6 semesters. In addition to this, you must complete courses totalling approximately 30 ECTS. On completion of the PhD programme you must submit a PhD thesis in order to document your research effort. Read more about the structure of the PhD programme and what it means to be enrolled as a PhD student via this link: http: phd.humanities.ku.dk become-phd-student what-is-it For more information about the PhD School, click here: http: phd.humanities.ku.dk Terms of employment PhD scholars at the Faculty of Humanities are appointed under the terms and conditions of the collective bargaining agreement between the Danish Ministry of Finance and the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations. According to the agreement, PhD scholars are obliged without any additional remuneration to perform tasks assigned to them corresponding to 840 working hours over the three years. For further information on employment, please see the collective agreement between the Ministry of Finance and the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC). Please read more here: http: phd.humanities.ku.dk become-phd-student what-is-it what-does-employment-as-a-phd-scholar-entail Please note that it is normally a precondition for employment that the applicant in question does not already have a PhD degree. Applicants who have already obtained a PhD degree will, as a main rule, be dismissed. Contact For any further questions, please contact the PhD Administration, HR South and City Campus, University of Copenhagen via this e-mail: phd@hrsc.ku.dk. 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