[Humanist] 28.357 postdoc in media production for historians
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Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 28, No. 357.
Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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Date: Fri, 26 Sep 2014 12:18:55 +0000
From: "Isaksen L." <L.Isaksen at soton.ac.uk>
Subject: Postdoctoral fellowship, Media School for Historians, Spain
This is a bit short notice but possibly of interest to DHers (I haven’t noticed it on Humanist previously).
Fellowship - Postdoctoral fellowship, Spain
by Glaire D. Anderson
Forwarded on behalf of Ana Rodríguez, CSIC, head of Power and Institutions in Medieval Islam and Christendom (PIMIC <http://www.pimic-itn.eu/content/pimic-itn>):
A 14 months Postdoctoral position (Experienced Researcher) is available in the Marie Curie Initial Training Network PIMIC. The Postdoctoral position will be based in an audiovisual company (Lopez Li Films-Spain). The Fellow will receive an annual living allowance of 57,000 Euros/year (base rate) and a mobility allowance of 700-900 Euros/month (base rate). She/he will participate in PIMIC, a project combining academic research on medieval institutions with training in wider dissemination, based on collaboration between universities and private sector companies and funded by the European Union.
The Experienced Researcher will participate in a groundbreaking project: the creation of the Media School for Historians, a training course designed to teach historians how to make a documentary film from its conception to post-production. She/he will work actively with Lopez-Li Films in order to get familiar with the company and its productions. She/he will equally enable the Marie Curie Initial Training Network PIMIC to implement ambitious schemes for the diffusion and transfer of its conclusions.
Required skills: Ph.D or at leat 4 years of research experience with specific studies related to audiovisual media, film, communication, cultural management and/or applied media sciences. Some educational background in History is a plus. Experience on documentary production will be appreciated.
Languages: English and Spanish (understanding only)
Closing date of applications: 30 September 2014
Duration of Fellowship
14 months – starting in November
Submitting an application
Applications including a CV (maximum two pages), a letter of interest, a scanned diploma (PhD or equivalent) and a sample of work must be sent in English to pimic at cchs.csic.es<mailto:pimic at cchs.csic.es>
Laura Rodríguez (PIMIC Project Manager)
pimic at cchs.csic.es<mailto:pimic at cchs.csic.es>
For full details, see http://www.pimic-itn.eu/content/pimic-postion-available-experienced-researcher-1-l%C3%B3pez-li-films
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