Nazwa jednostki: Jagiellonian University – Kraków
Nazwa stanowiska: PhD candidate in the NCN SONATA BIS 10 project “Travel and Mobility in Hellenistic and Early Roman Palestine” and simultaneously a PhD student of the Doctoral School in the Humanities of Jagiellonian University
- Candidate will be required to have an MA in a field relevant to the project (e.g., history, theology, philology, or cultural studies) effective on October 1, 2021;
- Candidate should have competence in Biblical Hebrew, Greek, and Aramaic;
- Candidate should have a very good knowledge of English (minimum level of C1).
The main responsibility of the Candidate is to analyze the Septuagint translation of the Hebrew Bible with regard to travel and mobility. The results of this analysis should be prepared as a monograph to be published in an internationally recognized publishing house. The Candidate will also continuously take part in the proceedings of the team, especially by conducting three one-month scientific consultations abroad; participating in five one-month archaeological seasons in Israel, the Palestinian Authorities, and Jordan over the entire course of the project; contributing to the international workshop held at Jagiellonian University; and drafting one chapter for the final monograph of the project.
Typ konkursu NCN: SONATA BIS 10
Termin składania ofert: 10 July 2021
Forma składania ofert: Online Application System
The Candidate is require to pursue the four-year plan for finishing the Doctoral School. The budget for the stipend is 5,000 PLN (gross, monthly, for 48 months in total). The Candidate will receive additional resources for a laptop, two international conference trips, English proofreading of the PhD manuscript, participation in five team fieldworks, three individual one-month research visits abroad (to the UK, the Netherlands, and Germany), and Bible study software.
A short description of the project in popular language may be found here.
A short description of the project focusing on the Candidate’s main research task may be found be here.
For additional information, please contact dr. hab. Michał Marciak: email@example.com