Post-doc: Contemporary European History

Below you find all information regarding a post-doc position in Contemporary European History at the University of Luxembourg. The deadline is 15/7/2019.


Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH), University of
Luxembourg, Campus Belval, Esch-sur-Alzette
Bewerbungsschluss: 15.07.2019

The Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (University of
Luxembourg) has a job opening for a Post-doctoral position on project in
20th Century European History:

Post-doc in Contemporary European History (m/f)

Ref: I3-50010502
Fixed-term contract 3 years (with possibility of prolongation)
Full-time position (40h/week)
Employee status
Earliest starting date November: 1st, 2019

Your Role

– conduct a clear defined research project with a strong focus on
comparative, transnational or international history

– expand the international network of the C2DH

– raise third-party funds

– teaching at BA or MA level (60 hours a year)

Your Profile

– PhD in Contemporary History
– Very good track record of publications in relevant peer reviewed
– Participation in collaborative and interdisciplinary research projects
– Experience in writing grant proposals
– Active knowledge in English and in either German or French

We offer

– an interesting position within an international research centre
– dynamic and multicultural research environment

Further Information

Applicants are invited to apply online by presenting a research proposal
(3 to 5 years) on a self-selected topic with detailed work packages and
publication strategy (5 pages). The application should also contain:

– a curriculum vitae

– a teaching proposal (1 page)

– one article or book chapter

– two reference letters

For further information please contact: Benoît Majerus

For more information  about C2DH, please visit:

The University of Luxembourg is an equal opportunity employer.

Application deadline: 15 July 2019.


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