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Postdoc Positions in Ancient History and Greek and Latin Literature (University of Groningen)

24 October 2014

We are happy to announce that applications are invited for two postdoc positions (3 years 1 FTE in Ancient History and in Latin/Greek) in a joint research project of the chair groups of Greek, Latin and Ancient History at the University of Groningen: ‘After the Crisis: (Re‑) Anchoring Innovation and New Beginnings in Antiquity’. This project is part of a larger project called Anchoring Innovation, of the National Research School in Classical Studies, OIKOS.

The sub-project in Ancient History is entitled: ‘(Re-)Anchoring Innovation: Politics and Culture in Roman Athens’ (supervisors: prof. dr. Onno van Nijf and dr. Jan Willem Drijvers).
The sub-project in Greek and Latin literature is entitled: ‘After the Civil Wars: Re-Anchoring and Innovation in Greek and Latin Literature’ (supervisors: Prof. Ruurd Nauta and Prof. Annette Harder).

Applications must be submitted before 31 October 2014. For more detailed information: Postdoc Ancient History; Postdoc Greek and Latin Literature.

Last modified:22 July 2019 2.08 p.m.

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