Professur für Digital Humanities
Die Kollegin Claudine Moulin aus Trier macht mich auf folgende Ausschreibung aufmerksam, die eventuell durch das Raster der Fachzuordnungen fallen könnte:
The Faculty of Language, Literature and Media Studies at the University of Trier, Germany, wishes to fill the position of a Professorship of Digital Humanities (W 2 pay grade as per BBesG) at the next possible opportunity.
The incumbent will combine research and teaching in Digital Humanities with an emphasis on Philology, particularly Textual Studies and Cultural-historical research. They must also be
willing to take on a management role in the Trier Centre for Digital Humanities.
Candidates should have interdisciplinary research expertise at the interface of Philology and Computer Science (for example, Semantic Web concepts, Philological data modelling and / or
Virtual Research Environments, particularly as applied to Digital Lexicography, Editorial Philology and Primary sources) as well as relevant experience in the acquisition and implementation of research projects and funding proposals. Experience of teaching and substantial knowledge of the planning and development of modularized teaching programmes (in order to implement an MA in Digital Humanities) as well as in the area of further education is essential.
Excellent knowledge of English as well as knowledge of further modern European languages is required, as is a sound knowledge of the National and European Digital Humanities research landscape. The willingness to cooperate with the Field of Computational Linguistics is expected.
The conditions of the post are set out in § 49 HochSchG. In particular, teaching ability and outstanding scientific achievements are required.
The State of Rhineland-Palatinate and the University of Trier support a concept of extensive student supervision and expect its teaching staff to maintain a high profile.
Disabled applicants of appropriate suitibility will be given preferential consideration.
The University of Trier is committed to increasing the number of female faculty members in its ranks and encourages women to apply for this position.
Applications including a CV, academic transcripts, references, a list of previous courses taught and five publications that the candidate considers to be their most important should be sent to the Dean of Faculty II of Universität Trier, Prof. Ulrich Port, 54286 Trier, by 9.16.2011.