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Associate Professor in Religious Studies (with a Focus on Indigenous Religions)

16 January, 2018 11:41
Associate Professor in Religious Studies (with a Focus on Indigenous Religions)

Call for Applications

University of Tromsø, Faculty of Humanities, Social Sciences & Education

Application Deadline: February 14, 2018

The Faculty of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education at the University of Tromsø – The Arctic University of Norway has a vacant permanent fulltime position as associate professor in religious studies. The position is affiliated to the Department of Archaeology, History, Religious Studies, and Theology.

A prerequisite for the vacant position is documented competence in religious studies (through training and/or comprehensive experience in research and teaching). The candidate must have expertise in contemporary indigenous religion(s) in one or more cultural contexts and geographical regions that are not covered already at the department (already covered regions are Sápmi and Central America), including substantial fieldwork experience, relevant linguistic skills, as well as historical and other contextual knowledge. The candidate should also have a strong commitment to further develop methodological approaches and theoretical understandings of indigenous religion(s) in ethically responsible ways. The candidate must be able and willing to teach and supervise students at all levels from bachelor to PhD in a wide variety of topics in the study of religion.

In addition, expertise in one or more of the following fields/topics is desirable: legal and rights issues; environmentalism and climate concerns; politics and activism; identity formation; nation building; colonialism and post-colonialism; performance; materiality; media; translation; art; education; economy; tourism; interaction between local, national, and global actors and levels; and the history of the study of indigenous religion(s).

Relevant teaching experience is mandatory. Teaching experience at all levels from bachelor to PhD is an advantage. Experience with national and international collaboration in research projects is also an asset, likewise the proven ability to initiate and successfully lead research projects.

For appointment as associate professor, it is required that the applicant has:

- a doctoral degree (in quality and scope, equivalent to a Norwegian doctoral degree) in religious studies or in a closely related discipline

- a record of publications of excellent academic quality

- documented competence in relevant educational theory and practice based on training or on teaching and supervision

More information at: www.jobbnorge.no

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