Northern Arizona University, Martin-Springer Institute
|Institution Type:||College / University|
|Location:||Arizona, United States|
The 2021-2022 Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Martin-Springer Institute at Northern Arizona University seeks international candidates or candidates with a focus on international issues who received their PhDs in the last five years and whose research matches the mission of the Martin-Springer Institute.
The Martin-Springer Institute attends to the experiences of the Holocaust in order to relate them to today’s concerns, crises, and conflicts. Its programs promote the values of moral courage, tolerance, empathy, reconciliation, and justice. Founded by Ralph and Doris Martin, the Institute fosters dialogue on local, national, and international levels.
POSITION SUMMARY (for full description, go to the link below)
This is a full-time position in the Martin-Springer Institute at the College of Arts and Letters.
· PhD must have been conferred in the last five years; applicants who received their PhD before January 1, 2016 will
not be considered.
· This is a non-renewable, 10-month position, starting mid -August 2021.
· Submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and a 3-page description of the research project that will
· be pursued during the fellowship. Please provide contact information for three professional references.
· References will be contacted only with prior permission of the applicant.
J-1 Sponsorship potential for international candidates.
The Martin-Springer Institute (MSI) is seeking a qualified candidate for a postdoctoral fellowship (fellow) for 2021-2022.
To enhance the global conversation of MSI’s mission we are especially interested in candidates who demonstrate knowledge
and research interests outside the U.S. context. The fellow will contribute to the national and international visibility and
reputation of MSI by pursuing research on themes that promote MSI’s mission and its values. Research and scholarship
are expected to lead to publication. The fellow will be working closely with MSI and be an active member of the NAU
scholarly community, including teaching two courses, being available to students, leading public presentations, and serving
as an intellectual resource for the broader community.
· PhD in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Education, or related fields.
· PhD must have been conferred between January 1, 2016 and May 31, 2021
· International experience and/or an international component in the candidate’s PhD thesis and/or
current Research Project
· Teaching experience (preferably in the Arts & Letters/Humanities)
· Ability to teach Introductory course on the Holocaust
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
· Good communication and research skills
· Advanced proficiency in English (written and spoken)
· Ability to work collaboratively
Review of applications will begin on January 22, 2021 until position is filled.
Applicants need to follow the formal application procedure as provided in this link.
look for "Postdoctoral Fellowship, The Martin-Springer Institute - 605154" under the category of “staff openings.”
All materials must be submitted digitally according to the university’s guidelines
Bjorn Krondorfer, Director, Martin Springer Institute, firstname.lastname@example.org
|Primary Category:||Holocaust, Genocide, and Memory Studies