Professorship of Medieval Art History and Early Christian and Medieval Archaeology

University of Zurich
Application deadline: Mar 15, 2011

The University of Zurich invites applications for a Professorship of Medieval Art History and Early Christian and Medieval Archaeology

The candidate is expected to have demonstrated competence in medieval art history and early Christian archaeology in its full range of research and teaching. Additional competence in the field of post-medieval archaeology is desirable as well as extensive experience in international collaborations. The future holder of the position is expected to teach and research his or her field in a theoretically and methodologically sound manner, and to systematically increase its prominence. The candidate is also expected to impart innovative impulses to the field of medieval art history and archaeology and to strengthen the collaborations with not only the colleagues in the Institute of Art History, but also with colleagues from neighbouring disciplines and from related national institutions and international organizations. Preconditions for employment are: a PhD degree, a successful record in teaching, and a postdoctoral lecturing qualification (Habilitation) or a certificate of similar academic achievement.

The University strives to increase the proportion of women in research and teaching, and applications from suitably qualified female academics are particularly welcome.

Applications with CV, a list of publications (do not send publications for now), and a list of past courses should be sent by March 15, 2011 to: The Dean of the Faculty of Arts, The Univerisity of Zurich, Raemistrasse 69, CH-8001 Zurich, Switzerland. In addition, an electronic version of the application should be sent to: janina.gruhnerphil.uzh.ch.

Reference:
JOB: Professorship of Medieval Art History and Early Christian and Medieval Archaeology. In: ArtHist.net, Feb 17, 2011 (accessed Apr 2, 2020), <https://arthist.net/archive/931>.

Contributor: Claudia Brunner

Contribution published: Feb 17, 2011

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