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  • Research Projects | Euterpeproject Eu

    Doctoral Candidate 1 Host Institution: CEU PU Mobility Institution: University of Oviedo WP 1: Transnational turn in literary studies: Looking from Central and Eastern Europe Objectives: This individual research project belongs to the overarching research area Transnational women’s literature and its travels: points of entry and pathways, which brings together WP1 and WP2. In this framework DC1 will engage with larger questions of transnational feminist literary theory with an aim to explore impacts of transnational turn upon methods of literary interpretation (narrative methods, close and distant reading, content analyses). The research will focus in particular on specific problems of traveling concepts and traveling theories; problems of studying identities in literary texts; questions of multilingualism and literary translations. ​ Doctoral Candidate 2 Host Institution: University of Oviedo Mobility Institution: CEU PU WP 2: Mapping the "strangeness of Europe" in transnational women's writing Objectives: DC2 will be researching the ways in which women’s writing in Europe, especially those following the routes of migration from Africa and the Caribbean (and, to a lesser extent Asia), produce transnational writing and offer an alternative, gendered and sometimes multilingual map of European cities and conviviality. Applying a framework adapted from postcolonial theory, gender studies and neo- cosmopolitan studies, and embracing the performative theories of literature as a world-making activity, the research will approach diasporic women’s texts and explore the extent to which migrants, refugees and “post-multicultural” writers may constitute today’s cosmopolitans and provide a “hinge” between national cultures and transnational perspectives (Sneja Gunew 2017). It will focus on how literatures produced in the territory of what Chris Rumford (2016) terms “the strangeness of Europe”, the multiple Europes in their “disconnected contiguity”, may create a new narrative of Europe and innovative genres and linguistic practices. ​ Doctoral Candidate 3 Host Institution: University of Bologna Mobility Institution: University of York WP 3: Narratives of connections and complicities in women's transnational minor literary genres Objectives: Employing a diachronic perspective, the researcher will investigate repetitive patterns in women’s transnational culture(s). Moving from this approach, he/she will take into consideration minor genres, which have often become for women and marginal subjects narratives of connections, complicities, negotiations, practices of resistance and changes. These narratives will enable geographies of identity transgressing the traditional boundaries (individual, national and collective). DC3 will focus on minorities’ literatures, and hybrid genres such as utopia, dystopia, science fiction, and/as collective autobiography and intertextual connections between transnational women. ​ Doctoral Candidate 4 Host Institution: University of Bologna Mobility Institution: University of Granada WP 4: Transnational genres: genre/gender crossings in translation and creative practice Objectives: DC4 will select a diverse range of primary texts and transmedia works that cross borders between cultural discourses and cultures but also between genres, genders, and forms. This will be supported by the Centre for Utopian Studies and stakeholders, creative industries outside UNIBO, ERT-national theatre Emilia Romagna, and the Gender Bender Festival for visual art and dance. ​ Doctoral Candidate 5 Host Institution: University of Utrecht Mobility Institution: Coventry University WP 5: Moving perspective: the role of transnational literary intellectuals in shaping public debate around European belonging Objectives: DC5 will investigate the contribution of women-identified, transnational intellectuals and writers into shaping public reception and debate around European belonging and identification. The project will focus on transnational literature as multilingual literature informed by migrant and postcolonial experience. Through this lens, using literary methodology (reception analysis, discourse analysis, archival research methods, combinations of close and distant reading, comparative analysis) and drawing on feminist theory, intellectual history, postcolonial studies, migration literature, media studies and critical theory, ESR5 will cartograph the diverse literary production by established, but especially also minor transnational European writers based in the Netherlands, the UK and Italy. It will analyse how these works contribute to public debate, and how they operate across national borders, gender identities and languages in these three different contexts. Specifically, it will investigate through which media and public platforms (festivals, prizes, publishing industry) they impact, seeking to combine prominent and minor literary figures to assess the diversity of gendered transnational voices. How do these voices challenge geographical and temporal methodological nationalism and create a transnational and translocal sense of European belonging? How do they contribute to rewriting and expanding the European literary canon and to developing a new understanding of the politics of belonging in Europe? ​ Doctoral Candidate 6 Host Institution: University of Oviedo Mobility Institution: University of Utrecht WP 6: The role of transnational literatures in the decolonisation of understanding of gender within the European academe Objectives: Drawing on interdisciplinary feminist methods and methodologies, including pedagogical and textual content analyses, curricula case studies, participant observation and semi-structured interviews with educators, students and transnational intellectuals in cross-European contexts, DC6 will investigate the ways in which transnational literatures (including text, novels, poetry, play texts, digital literary media) have influenced processes of pedagogical decolonisation within the teaching of Women’s and Gender Studies. The research asks to what extent transnational intellectuals and literatures that challenge thinking about European gender identities have been deployed to develop, extend and decolonise theoretical frameworks for rethinking politics of identity within interdisciplinary gender studies. ​ Doctoral Candidate 7 Host Institution: University of Granada Mobility Institution: University of Lodz WP 7: Transnational literatures in the making: dialogues with film, social media, streaming platforms, performative arts and new literary genres Objectives: DC7 will be researching on the ways in which transnational narratives (and experiences) resonate, interpelate or enter into dialogue with other discursive forms of expression such as film, performative arts, social media initiatives, streaming platforms, electronic literature or slam literature. This involves translations across literatures and these different media as well as across different national contexts. Such processes are partly enabled by the broad accessibility of different technologies of communication (including film, social media or streaming platforms) as well as new literary genres and literary experiments (electronic literature, slam literature). These socio-cultural transformations facilitate transnational circulation of literary narratives, or of the content of literature, often creatively reworking them in the process. ​ Doctoral Candidate 8 Host Institution: University of Lodz Mobility Institution: University of Granada WP 8: Intermedial diffusions: creative interfaces of transnational women's literature and the arts Objectives: The individual research project will focus on the inter- and transmedial diffusions of the experiences and narratives conveyed by the selected examples of transnational women’s literature and how these transformations are shaped by the shifts of national/cultural/social contexts. The special attention will be paid to the interfaces of literature and the arts. Taking a new materialist approach, the DC9 will focus on the complex intra-action between the form and content, exploring how the change of the medium affects the content of the narrative and vice versa—how the narrative co-constitutes the operations of the medium. The research will focus on how—through trans- and intermediality—the selected narratives of transnational women’s literature reach out to and engage broader audiences, and how they are reshaped once placed in new situations of communications and new national locations. This will contribute to developing a more thorough reflection on European identities and how they are negotiated on everyday basis in and across different national contexts. ​ Doctoral Candidate 9 Host Institution: CEU PU Mobility Institution: University of Lodz WP 1: Transnational turn in literary studies: Looking from Central and Eastern Europe Objectives: DC9 will be researching on points of entry and pathways of transnational literature in the region of Central and Eastern Europe. A space where languages and literatures of numerous small nations traditionally coexisted and mixed in rich variety, CEE is an ideal laboratory to examine transnational encounters, transculturalism, questions of identity and border-crossing. The cultural specificities and symbolic significance of CEE as a specific cultural toponym in Europe have been widely addressed from the 1970s on. However, this scholarship is traditionally leaving out majority of women-identifies writers, being focused on canonical male authors. At the same time, the cultural position and the role of CEE in post-socialist times, and in particular in times of EU enlargement, with shifting geographic and symbolic borders, requires transnational perspective in addressing critically literary production in the region. ​ Doctoral Candidate 10 Host Institution: University of York Mobility Institution: University of Bologna WP 4: Transnational genres: genre/gender crossings in translation and creative practice Objectives: DC10 (externally funded, recruited by partner YORK) will have three main objectives: 1. To build on Walkowitz’s notion of the “born-translated” novel and Preciado’s blending of gender and sexuality studies with migrant/multilingual literary studies in order to interrogate and reimagine the definition of translingual, border-crossing writing not merely as an aesthetic effect in transnational literatures but as a genre in its own right; 2. To deepen understandings of how multilingual and migrant writing shapes and is shaped by nuanced intersections of gender, language, culture, race, class, sexuality, and disability; 3. To experiment with practice-led research methods, using translation and various forms of creative practice (e.g. creative writing, performance, mixed-media artforms), alongside social science methods (e.g. interviews, focus groups), in order to develop innovative interdisciplinary methods for approaching border-crossing artworks that challenge and question existing conventions in literary scholarship. Externally funded ESR10 will select a diverse range of primary texts and mixed-media artworks that cross borders not only between languages and cultures but also between genres, genders, and form. They will be supported by YORK’s interdisciplinary expertise, networks, and facilities for the study and practice of social science and artistic research methods. Furthermore, the Department of English & Related Literature will provide networks and training in translation, creative writing, and the creative industries. ​ Doctoral Candidate 11 Host Institution: Coventry University Mobility Institution: University of Utrecht WP 6: The role of transnational literatures in the decolonisation of understanding of gender within the European academe Objectives: Drawing on interdisciplinary feminist methods and methodologies, including pedagogical and textual content analyses, curricula case studies, participant observation and semi-structured interviews with educators, students and transnational intellectuals in cross-European contexts, externally funded DC11 will investigate the ways in which transnational literatures (including text, novels, poetry, play texts, digital literary media) have influenced processes of pedagogical decolonisation within the teaching of Women’s and Gender Studies. The research asks to what extent transnational intellectuals and literatures that challenge thinking about European gender identities have been deployed to develop, extend and decolonise theoretical frameworks for rethinking politics of identity within interdisciplinary gender studies. ​

  • About | Euterpeproject Eu

    Overview of the research and training program ​ Based upon a truly interdisciplinary gendered approach to knowledge production, EUTERPE offers a new and innovative quality of PhD training characterized by synergy between research, training, and supervision. Within a broader area of research that focuses on transnational literature on a European level, EUTERPE creates a considerable added value compared to standard PhD or research programs through its carefully planned collaborative approach that includes several major components: • training at the host university; • training at the secondment university; • consortium-wide specialized intensive training via summer and winter schools; • bespoke employability enhancement with the support of an individually assigned Employability Mentor; • skills development through periods of two-month internships with an Associated Partner organization; • hands-on training in open science research methods, academic publication and alternative forms of content dissemination within the EUTERPE Transnational Literary Research Laboratory while working on the project’s main impact outputs: the Dictionary of Transnational Women’s Literature in Europe, the Digital Catalogue and the Podcast Library. ​ The EUTERPE Transnational Literary Research Laboratory as an essential eminent of EUTERPE research across eight universities will represent the project’s central research hub responsible for the conceptualization, investigation, and intellectual design necessary for the project’s overarching impact outputs, the Dictionary of Transnational Women’s Literature in Europe , the Digital Catalogue , and the Podcast Library . The Laboratory will rely on the interdisciplinary expertise of the consortium members as well as on the practical know-how concentrated amongst our Associate Partners, but just as importantly, all DCs are expected to be active members of the Laboratory, within which they will have a chance to get hands-on experience with the process of designing, researching, shaping, and launching a top-notch open access academic and literary publication and website, as well as receive training in open science methodology, and learn how to apply it in their own research work. ​

  • Justyna Stępień | Euterpeproject Eu

    Justyna Stępień Justyna Stępień is an assistant professor in the Department of British Literature and Culture and the co-founder of the Posthumanities Research Centre, University of Lodz (Poland). Her research engages with ways of conceiving ethical and political actions in contemporary art, analysed from the methodological perspective of feminist theories, new materialisms, and critical posthumanism. She belongs to an international research group/collective, The Posthuman Art and Research Group (aka Dori. O), which comprises artists and researchers from Europe and Canada. She is the author of Posthuman and Nonhuman Entanglements in Contemporary Art and the Body (Routledge, 2022), which explores how art can conceptualise the material boundaries of entangled beings.

  • Elvira Aguilera García | Euterpeproject Eu

    Elvira Aguilera García Elvira Aguilera García holds a bachelor's degree in English Studies and a master’s degree in English Literature and Linguistics from the University of Granada, where she is currently studying a Master’s in Women's and Gender Studies (GEMMA). Her research centres on contemporary literary and cultural discourses in English drawing on gender perspective and affect theories. She is a member of the research group HUM592 at the University of Granada and the Circle of Irish Studies at the University of Granada. Elvira is also working as technical assistant for the EUTERPE doctoral programme – European Literatures and Gender From a gender and Transnational Perspective at the University of Granada. Her research interests include the analysis of literary and cultural discourses focusing on the representation of masculinities and gender norms, as well as the performance and creation of cultures of equality in both written and audio-visual narratives.

  • Copy of Home | Euterpeproject Eu

    Coordinator: CEU PU Vienna, Austria Principal Investigator: Jasmina Lukic Funding: Marie Skłodowska–Curie Actions – Doctoral Network (MSCA DN) Duration: 1 October, 2022 - 31 September, 2026 Grant Ref: EP/X02556X/1. The aim of EUTERPE: European Literatures and Gender from a Transnational Perspective is to offer an innovative approach to rethinking European cultural production in the light of complex social and political negotiations that are shaping European spaces and identities at present. EUTERPE intends to do that by bringing together gender and transnational perspectives within an interdisciplinary approach to literary and cultural studies. ​ The research is organized into 8 work packages within four main areas: 1. Transnational women’s literature and its travels: points of entry and pathways (WP 1, WP2); 2. Translational genres: crossing borders in gender, form, space, and identity (WP 3, WP4); 3. Transnational women intellectuals, multilingualism and decolonising European pedagogies (WP 5, WP6); 4. Transnational literature and cultural production: intermediality as a form of translation (WP7, WP8). ​ The Doctoral Candidates’ academic training will include two supervisors from cooperating universities, a compulsory secondment period, and an industrial internship with an Associated Partner organization to support bespoke employability enhancement. ​ The major impact outputs of the project: 11 PhD theses; a co-produced open-source Dictionary of Transnational Women’s Literature in Europe with key concepts and bio-bibliographic entries on leading representatives of the field; and a Digital Catalogue and Podcast Library , which will make accessible all relevant material collected during the creation of the Dictionary. ​ As a complex, interdisciplinary project, EUTERPE brings together literary and gender studies, as well as transnational studies, translation studies, migration studies and European studies. ​ This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under grant agreement nr. 101073012. ​ This project has received funding from the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Research Grant, Grant Ref: EP/X02556X/1. News Check back soon Once posts are published, you’ll see them here.

  • Euterpe | European Literatures And Gender From A Transnational Perspective

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  • Jaya Jacobo | Euterpeproject Eu

    Jaya Jacobo Jaya Jacobo is a transfeminine thinker and artist based at Coventry University where she currently does work on trans feminist pedagogies in literature, art and performance. She has worked alongside travesti and transsexual women artists, scholars and community workers in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, as well as with trans, queer and nonbinary Filipina/x/o performers from the Philippines and Filipino diaspora abroad. Jacobo was a former Board Member of the Society of Trans Women of the Philippines (STRAP), a former President of the Film Desk of the Young Critics Circle (YCC) of the Philippines, a Founding Co-Editor of Queer Southeast Asia: A Transgressive Journal of Literary Art and Co-Editor of BKL: Bikol/Bakla, Anthology of Bikolnon Gay Trans Queer Writing. Jaya is the author of Arasahas, her debut volume of poetry in Filipino from Savage Mind Publishing House.

  • The Consortium | Euterpeproject Eu

    Coordinator: CEU PU Vienna, Austria Principal Investigator: Jasmina Lukic Funding: Marie Skłodowska–Curie Actions – Doctoral Network (MSCA DN) Duration: 1 October, 2022 - 31 September, 2026 Grant Ref: EP/X02556X/1. The aim of EUTERPE: European Literatures and Gender from a Transnational Perspective is to offer an innovative approach to rethinking European cultural production in the light of complex social and political negotiations that are shaping European spaces and identities at present. EUTERPE intends to do that by bringing together gender and transnational perspectives within an interdisciplinary approach to literary and cultural studies. ​ The research is organized into 8 work packages within four main areas: 1. Transnational women’s literature and its travels: points of entry and pathways (WP 1, WP2); 2. Translational genres: crossing borders in gender, form, space, and identity (WP 3, WP4); 3. Transnational women intellectuals, multilingualism and decolonising European pedagogies (WP 5, WP6); 4. Transnational literature and cultural production: intermediality as a form of translation (WP7, WP8). ​ The Doctoral Candidates’ academic training will include two supervisors from cooperating universities, a compulsory secondment period, and an industrial internship with an Associated Partner organization to support bespoke employability enhancement. ​ The major impact outputs of the project: 11 PhD theses; a co-produced open-source Dictionary of Transnational Women’s Literature in Europe with key concepts and bio-bibliographic entries on leading representatives of the field; and a Digital Catalogue and Podcast Library , which will make accessible all relevant material collected during the creation of the Dictionary. ​ As a complex, interdisciplinary project, EUTERPE brings together literary and gender studies, as well as transnational studies, translation studies, migration studies and European studies. ​ This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under grant agreement nr. 101073012. ​ This project has received funding from the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Research Grant, Grant Ref: EP/X02556X/1.

  • Orianna Calderón Sandoval | Euterpeproject Eu

    Orianna Calderón Sandoval Orianna Calderón-Sandoval is Junior Lecturer in Gender Studies and English Cultures at the University of Granada (UGR). She is also affiliated to the Women’s and Gender Studies Research Institute of UGR. Her research interests are located at the intersections of gender/feminist studies and film/audiovisual/transmedia studies. Among her recent publications are “Implementing Gender Equality Policies in the Spanish Film Industry”, International Journal of Cultural Policy (2021); “Subverting technologies of gender in male-dominated gender regimes: (self) representations of Spanish and Swedish women filmmakers”, co-written with Maria Jansson, Feminist Media Studies (2022); and “Debating Sexual Consent in the Teen Series The Hockey Girls: Reactions of Instagram Audiences”, co-written with Isabel Villegas-Simón and Pilar Medina-Bravo, Sex Education. (2023). https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9113-9010 She completed her PhD at the universities of Granada and Bologna, with a research project that focuses on feminist practices in documentary cinema. She was an Early Stage Researcher for GRACE “Gender and Cultures of Equality in Europe”, Horizon 2020, Marie Curie Research Project (ESR 13: Visualising Gender Equality in Europe through Art and Screen).

  • Junior Visiting Researcher | Euterpeproject Eu

    Job Title: Junior Visiting Researcher - Doctoral Candidate 12 - EUTERPE (f/m/d) Department: Department of Gender Studies Full-time/Part-time: Full-time Location: Vienna, AT, 1100 Application Deadline: July 20, 2024 This is the job call for a researcher to work in the EU-funded MSCA Doctoral Network “EUTERPE: European Literatures and Gender in Transnational Perspective”. The project started on October 1, 2022, and runs until September 30, 2026. The aim of EUTERPE is to offer an innovative approach to rethinking European cultural production in the light of complex social and political negotiations that are shaping European spaces and identities at present. EUTERPE intends to do that by bringing together gender and transnational perspectives within an interdisciplinary approach to literary and cultural studies, while training and supervising 11 DCs in interdisciplinary, transnational, gender-focused literary studies. As Coordinator of the EUTERPE Project, the Department of Gender Studies at the Central European University Private University (CEU PU, Austria) invites applications for a doctoral candidate position. The successful applicant is offered a 48-month term of doctoral studies of which max. 25 months are financed from the EU-funded EUTERPE project according to EU rules and min. 23 months are financed from CEU Doctoral Stipend according to CEU rules. The successful candidate will be based at the Department of Gender Studies in Vienna. We welcome applications from candidates with a master’s degree, a demonstrable interest and experience in gender studies, English language skills, a willingness to undertake two months of guided internship at an Associate Partner of the project, as well as a willingness to spend a period of 6 months on secondment at the University of Granada (Spain). Applicants will be required to submit a 1000-word research proposal outlining the innovative ways in which they will tackle this project (further details below). Duties and Responsibilities The successful candidate for this post will research “Transnational turn in literary studies” as part of EUTERPE’s Work Package 1 (Transnational turn in literary studies: Looking from Central and Eastern Europe). The Doctoral Candidate will be enrolled in a PhD program at the Department of Gender Studies at CEU for 48 months earliest from September 1, 2024. The first max. 25 months of their studies will be financed from the EU-funded Doctoral Network “EUTERPE: European Literatures and Gender in Transnational Perspective” (on a full-time employment contract) and the remaining min. 23 months are financed from the CEU Doctoral Stipend (as a student). The focus of this position will be research on points of entry and pathways of transnational literature in Europe. The research should concentrate on spaces where languages and literatures of different origins coexist and mix in rich variety. The aim is to examine transnational encounters, transculturalism, questions of identity and border-crossing. The project at large is focusing on women-identified writers whose work is characterized by various forms of transnationalism. Transnational literature produced in post-socialist countries and in the European regions with massive migration, i.e., with shifting geographic and symbolic borders, is of particular interest for this project. As a part of their research training, applicants will have the following duties Collectively with the other Doctoral Candidates participate in the EUTERPE Transnational Literary Research Laboratory creating the content of the Dictionary/Catalogue/Podcast Library following the Doctoral Candidate’s chosen track of contribution. Enroll as PhD students in respective PhD programs with the university, which is recruiting them; for this post it is PhD in Comparative Gender Studies at CEU PU. They must fulfill all the requirements of the program and work towards the completion of their PhD thesis within the deadline set by the university. Spend a compulsory secondment period of 6 months at the University of Granada (Spain) during the second year of their tenure. During this period, they will receive further research training and will conduct comparative research. Undertake 2 months of guided internship with a EUTERPE Associate Partner that works on a field relevant to the Doctoral Candidate's expertise. Work closely with their employability mentor in the development of a bespoke Employability Enhancement Plan. Attend project-wide training events including 3 education events in the form of summer and spring schools. Participate in the EUTERPE Final conference and promotion of the Dictionary of Transnational Women’s Literature in Europe, the Digital Catalogue and Podcast Library in Vienna in the fall of 2026. Contribute to the final project report in the summer of 2026. Qualifications Applications are accepted from candidates with an MA or equivalent degree from Literary Studies, Gender Studies, Cultural Studies and related disciplines. Priority will be given to candidates with a background and proven interest in transnational literary studies and in gender studies. The applicant has to fulfill CEU requirements for language proficiency ( http://www.ceu.edu/node/13737 ) Students enrolled in a doctoral program at CEU must not be simultaneously enrolled in other institutions of higher education, and are required, at the beginning of their studies at CEU, to sign a declaration to this effect. Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions – Doctoral Network (MSCA DN) requirements Eligibility rule: Applicants should not have been awarded a doctorate at the time of their recruitment. Mobility rule: Applicants must not have resided or carried out in person or virtually their main activity (work, studies, etc.) in the country of their host organization (i.e., in Austria) for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately before their recruitment date (= earliest start date of contract, i.e., September 1, 2024). Compulsory national service and/or short stays such as holidays and time spent as part of a procedure for obtaining refugee status under the Geneva Convention are not taken into account. More detailed explanation of these eligibility conditions can be found here: European Charter for Researchers | EURAXESS ( europa.eu ) What CEU Offers The Doctoral Candidate will receive a maximum 25-month contract to cover the followings: Annual gross salary: 41,162 EUR (paid in 14 installments) Benefits: Resaver, Meal Ticket Mobility allowance: € 600/month (paid 12 times per year) Family allowance: (if applicable): € 660/month (paid 12 times per year) The contract is for a fixed-term (earliest from 1 September 2024 – to 30 September 2026), 25 months for the duration of the HORIZON-MSCA-2021-DN. “EUTERPE: European Literatures and Gender in Transnational Perspective”. After the end of the employment period, the selected candidate will be offered to complete the PhD studies on a CEU Doctoral Stipend for min. 23 months (the Doctoral Stipend currently is 1,880 EUR/gross/month). How to Apply Applicants need to submit: filled out application form, (the application form can be downloaded from the Euraxess job advert) application letter (not exceeding 500 words), CV, reference letters from two academic and one non-academic referees, submitted by the referees, to the euterpe@ceu.edu e-mail address, 1000-word research proposal as required, Complete official master’s transcript and master’s diploma. The transcript and the diploma should be issued in English by your university/college or translated by the issuing institution or a registered translator. In either case, it must bear the stamp and signature of an official of the institution or the translator. proof of language proficiency according to CEU’s requirements ( https://www.ceu.edu/admissions/how-to-apply/checklis t ), (optional) an academic writing sample. Short-listed candidates will be invited to participate in online interviews and will be subject to pre-employment checks prior to any appointment. The recruitment strategy will be in line with the recommendations in the European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers. The process will adhere to OTM-R (open, transparent, and merit-based recruitment of researchers) practices. Further inquiries may be addressed to: euterpe@ceu.edu . CEU is an equal opportunity employer and values geographical and gender diversity, thus encouraging applications from women and/or other underrepresented groups. Since CEU strives to increase the share of women in professorial positions, given equal qualifications, preference will be given to female applicants. CEU recognizes that personal and family circumstances shape the trajectory of one’s career and working patterns. As such, and in line with CEU’s promotion of Equal Opportunities, we encourage applicants to detail periods of leave, part-time work or other such situations in their applications so that the Search Committee is able to assess an applicant’s academic record fairly in the context of their circumstances. Any declaration of personal and family circumstances is voluntary and will be handled confidentially and only considered in so far as it impacts on the academic career of an applicant. About CEU One of the world’s most international universities, a unique founding mission positions Central European University as both an acclaimed center for the study of economic, historical, social and political challenges, and a source of support for building open and democratic societies that respect human rights and human dignity. CEU is accredited in the United States and Austria, and offers English-language bachelor's, master's and doctoral programs in the social sciences, the humanities, law, environmental sciences, management and public policy. CEU enrolls more than 1,400 students from over 100 countries, with faculty from over 50 countries. In 2019, CEU relocated from Hungary to Austria as the Hungarian government revoked its ability to issue US-accredited degrees in the country. As a result, CEU offers all of its degree programs in Vienna, Austria; and retains a non-degree, research and civic engagement presence in Budapest, Hungary, through its CEU Democracy Institute , the Institute for Advanced Study, the CEU Summer University and The Vera and Donald Blinken Open Society Archives (OSA) , and its Hungarian language public educational programs and public lectures. For more information, please visit https://www.ceu.edu/ . Requisition ID: 605 Apply Now

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