Call for Applications | Alfred Landecker Lecturer Program
Deadline for submission: 31 March 2021
The Alfred Landecker Foundation is pleased to invite applications from highly qualified postdocs in the humanities, particularly from the field of history, and social sciences for a full-time lecturer program set to begin on October 1, 2021. Up to five university lectureships will each run for five years. The selection process is led by the Alfred Landecker Foundation’s Academic Council.
The program’s mission is to support outstanding, cutting-edge research by individuals on the history and aftermath of the Holocaust and on the social and political transmission of memory of the Holocaust. Because there is no lack of research on such matters, they are in this call explicitly looking for applications with innovative approaches that relate to present-day challenges regarding the politics of memory and democracy. They are also interested in projects that deal with the methods and practices for educating and imparting knowledge about history in the digital age.
About the Foundation
Within various program areas, the Alfred Landecker Foundation funds projects and efforts that raise awareness of the causes of the Holocaust and its consequences, that keep the memory of victims alive, and that help safeguard the democratic values of a peaceful and united Europe. With a view to the present and to the future, the program will serve to strengthen these values as well as the inviolable dignity of the individual by establishing an academic network of Alfred Landecker lecturers and their research projects.
The call for applications is open to applicants regardless of their current place of residence and their country of origin. To apply, a binding acceptance letter from a European or Israeli university is required.
The host university will be provided with up to 100,000 euros annually to cover the salary of the grantee and their personal research budget. Alfred Landecker lecturers are employed directly at their respective host university.
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