Assistant Professor of Jewish Studies – History

Olomouc (CZ)
Oct 15, 2019
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Nov 14, 2019
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Part Time

Assistant professor of Jewish Studies – history

About University and Faculty 

General information about Palacký University Olomouc

Palacký University Olomouc is the second-oldest university in the Czech Republic, educating scholars since the 16th century. Olomouc is also the site of the second-largest historical monuments preserve in the country (after Prague). The conservation part of the city is home to over 23,000 students from all over the world. The leading traveller guide Lonely Planet has ranked Olomouc for two years in a row among the top ten European destinations, claiming that “Olomouc is one of the Czech Republic´s most underrated destinations, with a great nightlife scene and a mini-Prague feel.” Dozens of parks, cafés, and mysterious nooks, theatres, diverse music clubs, and varied sports centres – all this will be at your fingertips.

Faculty of Arts 
The Faculty of Arts is the largest UP faculty and offers more than 600 combinations of humanities, social, linguistic, and arts studies programmes. The Faculty of Arts offers a liberal approach in arranging one’s own curriculum, a personal approach to students, and development of individual skills. An open space for discussion is promoted and creative thinking is welcome.

Assistant professor of Jewish Studies – history

Entrance Requirements
Ph.D. or a higher qualification with a focus on the history of Jews in the Middle Ages and the Early modern period, the history of Jewish-Christian relations, the history of Jews in Moravia; Medieval literature; biblical Hebrew

What do we offer
Working in an inspiring and highly collaborative environment 
Various opportunities for further education, training and professional growth 
Many discounts and benefits for employees

Documents Required for Application 
CV, educational documentation and an overview of professional history, scholarly and publication activities

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