History (University Marburg, Germany)
Philipps-Universitaet Marburg Full Professor (C4) of Applied
Information Technology in Art History
Last Updated: June 17, 2002
Submitted: June 13, 2002
Closing Date: August 23, 2002
Primary Category:Art and Architectural History
Secondary Categories: Humanities Computing/Distance
Vacancy in the Department of Art History in the Faculty of German
Studies and Art
Full Professor (C4) of Applied Information Technology in Art History
The person appointed will continue to develop the systematic basis of
information technology in art history and carry out teaching
and research in the field of art history. The appointee will also be
responsible for the administration of the "Bildarchiv Foto Marburg -
The German Documentation Centre for Art History (www.fotomarburg.de)
" with the support of an executive manager.
Prerequisites are a doctorate in art history, further research in the
history of visual experience, notable results in the development,
application and reflection of advanced models of information
technology for the humanities in general and art in particular as well
as experience in academic management.
Teaching experience and proof of the ability to perform research are
required - in addition to a doctorate, applicants will be required to
additional academic qualifications (e.g. Habilitation) . Evidence of
teaching ability should be suitably documented - e.g. course
materials, teaching awards, activities in the field of
The equal opportunities plan for women obliges Philipps-Universität
Marburg to increase the number of women in its employment.
Therefore women are expressly invited to apply for this position. In
accordance with § 85 a HBG a reduction in working hours is in
The applications of equally qualified handicapped applicants will be
Applications with the usual documentation should be sent to the
President, Philipps-Universitaet Marburg, Biegenstr. 10, D-35032
Closing date: 23.08.2002.
Publications should not be sent by applicants until they are
requested to do so.
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