Gepubliceerd op 27 mei 2020
Gezocht: Universitair docent (15-9, Leiden)
The Faculty of Humanities, Leiden Institute for Area Studies (LIAS) is looking for a University Lecturer in the Religious Traditions of Japan.
As part of the Leiden University Institute for Area Studies (LIAS), the Japan Studies programme is committed to the integration of disciplinary and regional-historical perspectives, on a solid foundation of excellent language skills. Likewise, the Religious Studies programme brings together expertise in specific religions with a comparative approach that draws on a variety of humanistic and social scientific disciplines. Priorities include cooperation across the full width of (East) Asian Studies and Religious Studies. The local research environment includes an excellent library, and is further enhanced by research networks and the International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS), as well as the Leiden University Centre for the Study of Religion (LUCSoR), and Leiden Asia Centre (LeidenAsiaCentre).
The key responsibilities are:
– Original research involving primary sources and fieldwork as appropriate;
– Teaching at undergraduate and graduate levels, in lecture and seminar formats, including the supervision of BA and MA theses;
– Teaching in various teaching programmes of the Faculty, including BA Japan Studies, BA Religious Studies, BA International Studies, MA Religious Studies, MA Asian Studies;
– Supervision of PhD research;
– A commitment to the acquisition of research funding from outside sources;
– Administrative duties, commensurate with career stage;
– Representation of the field to external audiences and media.
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Bron: Universiteit Leiden