[Humanist] 30.205 at Vienna: postdoc; PhD studentship; programmer

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 30, No. 205.
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        Date: Mon, 25 Jul 2016 09:29:36 -0400
        From: Tara L Andrews <tara.andrews at univie.ac.at>
        Subject: Digital Humanities / History jobs at Vienna


Dear all,

The Digital Humanities professorship at the University of Vienna has three jobs to offer! Applications close on 12 August; we aim to appoint people on or as soon as possible after 1 September.

* (Job #6772) Postdoc position in Digital Humanities (up to 6 years), looking for a focus on medieval history anywhere within Europe or the Near East. You'll be expected to develop and teach independently two classes per semester on any DH subject.

* (Job #6770) Ph.D. position in Digital Humanities (up to 4 years), looking for a focus on digital prosopography and/or event modelling. You'll be expected to develop and teach independently one class per semester on any DH subject.

* (Job #6775) IT officer / programmer in Digital Humanities (up to 6 years, with possibility of extension thereafter). The skills you will need include Linux system administration, Perl/Python/Javascript programming, and Web development; as long as you have some subset of these skills, there will be opportunity to develop the others.

The full job postings are available from https://univis.univie.ac.at/ausschreibungstellensuche/index.jsp <https://univis.univie.ac.at/ausschreibungstellensuche/index.jsp>; please use the job reference number given above to find the individual posting.

Best wishes,
Tara Andrews

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Univ.-Prof. Dr. Tara L Andrews
Digital Humanities
Institut für Geschichte, Universität Wien
Universitätsring 1, A-1010 Wien





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