2 PhD fellowships are available at the Centre for Medieval Literature (Odense, Denmark), starting February 1, 2018. The fellowships run for 3 years and the successful candidates must hold an MA within medieval textual culture (literature, philology, history, religion or other with emphasis on texts and/or languages). The proposed research project for the PhD must fall within one of the Centre’s main themes, Canon and Library, Imperial Languages or Transformations and Translocations. For more information, please see “2 PhD Fellowships in Medieval Literature” and ” at the SDU Vacant Positions page.
The Department of History, Centre for Medieval Literature, University of Southern Denmark seeks an associate professor (lektor) in medieval history with starting date 1.2.18 for a period of maximum 4 years (when the Centre grant expires). The successful candidate is expected be a medieval historian with a research specialization in medieval textual culture; her / his research project should contribute to one of the Centre’s main themes, Canon and Library, Imperial Languages or Transformations and Translocations. For more information and to apply, please visit SDU’s Vacant Positions page.