[KS] Job Posting: PhD Research Fellow position in Korean Studies at Frankfurt
yonsona at gmail.com
Mon Jul 20 04:44:55 EDT 2015
Dear list members,
With generous funding from the Academy of Korean Studies, Korean Studies within Interdisciplinary Centre for East Asian Studies (IZO) at Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main is seeking to fill
Two PhD Research Fellow positions (Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in) (E13 TV-G-U, 50% part-time), fixed term for three years from 01.10.2015.
· Write a PhD thesis within the scope of the research project "Transnational Migration in and out of Korea". The thesis should be submitted by the end of the contract period.
· Support in preparing and teaching classes (2 SWS/2h per week)
· Organizational support for research activities, colloquia and conferences
· Contribute to publications/academic articles and presentations at conferences
· Proof of completion of a Master's degree with an above-average GPA in Korean Studies or related fields; or in a related field with a focus on migration.
· A very good command of English in speaking and writing is indispensable. Proficiency in German and Korean desirable.
· Theoretical and practical experiences in E-Learning desirable
· Excellent communication (speaking and writing) and organizational skills
· Motivation letter, Academic CV/list of publications, Exposé for a PhD thesis within the scope of the research project “Transnational migration in and out of Korea” and Diploma
Complete applications are to be submitted via e-mail in English or German to Prof. Yonson Ahn (y.ahn at em.uni-frankfurt.de) by 25.08.2015.
Selected candidates will be invited for an interview on 01.09.2015
Information on the institute: www.korea.uni-frankfurt.de
Yonson Ahn, PhD
Professor & director of Korean Studies, korea.uni-frankfurt.de
Deputy director, Interdisciplinary Centre of East Asian Studies (IZO), www.izo.uni-frankfurt.de
Goethe-University of Frankfurt
60325 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Email: Y.Ahn at em.uni-frankfurt.de
Tel.: +49 (0)69 798 23769
Fax: +49 (0)69 798 24969
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