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Call for projects: DIM Matériaux anciens et patrimoniaux – Lancement de l’AAP 2017-1

Les  textes d’orientation cadrant l’appel à projet 2017-1 lancé dans le cadre du DIM« Matériaux anciens et patrimoniaux » sont téléchargeables sur le site d’Ipanema et bientôt sur le site du DIM : www.dim-map.fr.

1/ Dans le cadre de ce premier appel, le DIM financera des contrats doctoraux, des contrats post-doctoraux et l’accueil de chercheurs invités. Un second appel sera ouvert à l’automne.

2/ Comme vous le verrez dans le texte d’orientation, nous avons insisté sur l’importance de construire des projets collaboratifs. Vous trouverez en attaché la liste des partenaires du DIM.

3/ Nous vous proposons un seul formulaire de réponse, intitulé « Dossier scientifique », qui vaut pour les trois types de projets (thèses, post-doctorats, accueil de chercheurs invités). Cependant, chaque projet doit faire l’objet d’une demande séparée.

Les réponses à cet appel sont à soumettre le 21 avril à 23h59 au plus tard à l’adresse suivante : soumission_projet@dim-map.fr.

Porteurs du projet : Loïc Bertrand, Etienne Anheim, Margareta Tengberg

 

Job: ESRC collaborative doctoral award, Cardiff University and National Museum of Wales

ESRC collaborative doctoral award between Cardiff University and the National Museum Wales.

Details are at:

http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/funding-and-fees/view/esrc-wales-dtp-phd-studentship-in-social-sciences-sociology-in-museum-audience-research

The closing deadline is 1 Feb 2017.

Job: 5 contrats post-doctoraux incoming LabexMed 2017

5 contrats post-doctoraux incoming LabexMed 2017.
Ces contrats sont d’une durée d’un an renouvelable une fois et débuteront le 1er octobre 2017.
Notez que suite à la redéfinition des axes de recherche de LabexMed les projets de recherche présentés devront maintenant contribuer à répondre à la question “Comment repenser la Méditerranée aujourd’hui ?” et s’inscrire dans l’un des axes suivants :
A. Processus socio-économiques, politiques et juridiques.
B. Processus culturels et dynamiques patrimoniales. Circulation des savoirs et des objets.
C. Dynamiques territoriales et interactions hommes-milieux.
Les dossiers de candidature et les demandes d’information complémentaire devront être envoyés au plus tard le 6 avril à 16h00 à l’adresse suivante : mathilde.favier@univ-amu.fr

Job: Vacancy for Research Associate, AHRC Heritage Priority Area, UCL Institute of Archaeology (closing date 10th February)

Postdoctoral Research Associate, AHRC Heritage Priority Area

University College London – UCL Institute of Archaeology

Salary: £34,056 to £41,163 per annum, inclusive of London Allowance

Hours: Full Time

Contract Type: Contract / Temporary

Closes: 10th February 2017

Job Ref: 1620928

The appointment will be on UCL Grade 7. The salary range will be £34,056 to £41,163 per annum, inclusive of London Allowance.

 

Applications for a full time Research Associate to support the work of the AHRC Heritage Priority Area Leadership Fellow are being sought. The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) have appointed a Heritage Priority Area Leadership Fellow (Professor Rodney Harrison) to act as an ambassador for the development of the intellectual agenda for the research field, engaging with communities across disciplinary boundaries and promoting collaboration within academia and beyond. The researcher will undertake a series of specific, focused desktop research assignments, contributing to the authorship of papers and reports on a diverse range of heritage related topics and themes, including but not limited to the relationship between natural and cultural heritage, heritage and climate change and heritage and data science. The post holder will work closely with the Executive Assistant to the AHRC Heritage Priority Area Leadership Fellow to provide communications and media support and to assist with the intellectual design and logistical support of a series of planned events, workshops, conferences and symposia. The post is available for up to 36 months, ending 31 December 2019, in the first instance.

 

The successful candidate will have a PhD in anthropology, archaeology, geography, history, museum studies or a related subject with a clearly demonstrated focus on heritage or museum studies. They will also have a demonstrated knowledge of research and/or work experience in the heritage or museum sector. A demonstrated interest, or experience of, cross disciplinary working, especially working in and across ‘natural’ and ‘cultural’ heritage. The candidate will also have a strong publications record for their career stage and demonstrated experience in undertaking directed research tasks.

 

For further details and to apply online please see the full advertised position on the UCL Jobs website at http://tinyurl.com/hv2j5gd

 

Queries about the post can be emailed to Professor Rodney Harrison at r.harrison@ucl.ac.uk  Queries regarding the application process should be emailed to Louisa Goldsmith at l.goldsmith@ucl.ac.uk

 

Closing Date: 10 February 2017

Job: 3 PhD grants at the Institute of Heritage Sciences

The Institute of Heritage Sciences (Incipit) in Santiago de Compostela is
looking for outstanding candidates for 3 PhD positions as part of the
project CHEUROPE – Critical Heritage Studies and the Future of Europe.
Towards an integrated, interdisciplinary and transnational training model
in cultural heritage research and management (EU Marie Sklodowska-Curie
actions (MSCA) – Innovative Training Networks (ITN). Closing date for
applications: 16 January 2017

15 PhD fellowships, 3 of them allocated to Incipit, in relation to “Mapping
Heritage Emotionalscapes”, “Participatory heritage. A critical approach to
conflicts, heritage management and participatory techniques”, and
“Appropriating heritage: new horizons for preventive archaeology through
public engagement”.

Potential PhD Supervisors are Felipe Criado-Boado, Cesar Parcero-Oubiña,
Cristina Sánchez-Carretero and Alfredo González-Ruibal.

Applicants should send: – a CV (max 2 pages) – a cover letter (1 page)
specifying the research theme selected and outlining why they are suitable
for the position and the names of two referees. – A short description of
the proposed research project (max 2500 words): this should include an
abstract of max.200 words and a project proposal – specifying research
question(s), positioning in the relevant academic debate(s), the proposed
methodology and a work plan. Mail it to: felipe.criado-boado@incipit.csic.es

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENT

Please spread the word about the announcement for the CHEurope PhD training
program.

CHEUROPE – Critical Heritage Studies and the Future of Europe_Towards an
integrated, interdisciplinary and transnational training model in cultural
heritage research and management (EU Marie Sklodowska-Curie actions (MSCA)
– Innovative Training Networks (ITN). 15 PhD positions in various fields of
cultural heritage research and management

CHEurope Initial Training Network focuses on developing a new integrated
theoretical and methodological framework to enhance the academic and
professional training and open future job opportunities in cultural
heritage preservation, management and promotion. Bringing together a
network of key European academic and non-academic organisations, the
project will explore the processes by which heritage is ‘assembled’ through
practice-based research in partner institutions that connect students to
their future job markets and publics.

CHEurope will train 15 Early Stage Researchers (ESR) under five themes:

1.      Theorizing heritage futures in Europe: heritage scenarios –
University College London [UK],University Institute of Lisbon (ISCTE-IUL)
[PT] (2 PhD positions)

2.      Curating the city: trans-disciplinary inheritance/disinheritance
processes in urban settings – University of Gothenburg [SE], University of
Amsterdam [NL], University of Hasselt [BE],  Istituto Beni Culturali
Regione Emilia Romagna [IT] (4 PhD positions)

3.      Digital heritage: the future role of heritage and archive
collections in a digital world – University of Gothenburg , University
College London, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas [ES],
University of Utrecht [NL] (4 PhD positions)

4.      Heritage and wellbeing: migration and dislocation – University of
Gothenburg , University College London (2 PhD positions)

5.      Heritage management and citizen participation in a multi-cultural
world – Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, University of
Amsterdam (3 PhD positions).

For each theme, partner organisations will contribute to the research
programme with secondments and on the job training.

Duration of ESR Fellowships: 36 months.

Start date: April 2017

Closing date for applications: 16 January 2017

Information on the program is attached and can be found at:
http://criticalheritagestudies.gu.se/cooperation/cheurope   where you also
find the announcement

Job: PhD positions in Memory and Heritage Studies at the University of Amsterdam

2 fully funded, 3-year full-time PhD positions in memory and heritage studies available at the University of Amsterdam.
Closing date for applications is January 16, 2017.

Job: Fellowship in Cultural Heritage

Opportunity: Bridge Fellowship in Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Economic Development
Deadline: 17th November

The University of Birmingham and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign are now seeking to appoint four top postdoctoral researchers in areas that address major global challenges. One of these theme areas is Cultural Heritage and Economic Development.

The Birmingham-Illinois BRIDGE Fellowship programme brings together international research teams in the UK and USA to recruit high-potential, early-career researchers and contribute to the research and academic excellence of both institutions.

How can meaningful heritage economies be constructed / managed to satisfy diverse and highly mobile communities and tourists? How do local, regional and national identities fare within the emergence of heritage economies? How are different types of heritage received by communities in the face of social change and economic decline? Such questions reflect a move away from a sole concern with preserving heritage at any cost, to a more sophisticated and nuanced approach to heritage as being instrumental in leveraging development and in recognition of its wider interpretations to shifting audiences. Under the broad theme of Heritage, Tourism and Economic Development, we are inviting researchers to consider such questions and embark on a project / projects that will mesh with the interests of both IIICH and CHAMP.

Why apply for a BRIDGE Fellowship?

✓ 3 year research post
✓ Research high impact areas that address global challenges
✓ Collaborate with international research teams
✓ International Experience: 2 years at Birmingham, 1 year at Illinois
✓ Research budget and funding for placement in Illinois
✓ Fast track to permanent academic lecturer post at Birmingham

Become a Bridge Fellow in is in Cultural Heritage and Economic Development and fast track your research career

For more information, please visit www.birmingham.ac.uk/bridgefellows. The closing date for application is the 17th November.

Job: Labex CAP / appel à candidature

APPEL A CANDIDATURE

Dans le cadre du micro-projet Exposer l’histoire d’une collection : le Musée des Artistes Vivants du Labex CAP

A l’occasion du bicentenaire du Musée des artistes vivants, en 2018, le Musée d’Orsay et le Musée national d’art moderne – Centre Pompidou sont convenus d’organiser au sein de leurs parcours de visite des modules d’exposition consacrés à l’histoire de cette collection dont ils sont tous deux affectataires. Le projet proposé s’attachera à mettre en évidence la concordance ou les écarts entre les choix accomplis par l’institution, d’une part, et le cours de l’histoire des arts au moment où ces choix ont été accomplis, d’autre part. Une étude quantitative et qualitative, effectuée par le vacataire sur tout ou partie des collections héritées du Musée des artistes vivants (et du Musée des Ecoles Etrangères Contemporaines), permettra de faire apparaître des épisodes historiques significatifs d’engagement, de non-engagement ou de désengagement de l’institution, illustrant ainsi un moment de l’histoire du goût.

Intitulé : jeune chercheur en immersion pour une vacation recherche de 6 mois (70h par mois)

Lieu d’accueil : documentation du MNAM/ documentation du musée d’Orsay

Profil : doctorant ou post-doctorant ; français courant et aptitude à déchiffrer l’écriture manuscrite

Début de la vacation : 16 janvier 2017

Domaine de recherche : Histoire des collections, Questions patrimoniales.

Expérience de recherche souhaitée : traitement d’archives manuscrites, traitement de bases de données.

Dossier : Une lettre de candidature adressée à M. Nicolas LIUCCI-GOUTNIKOV, Musée national d’art moderne, Centre Pompidou. Un curriculum vitae incluant la liste des publications du candidat.

Les dossiers de candidature doivent parvenir au plus tard le 15 décembre 2016 à l’adresse suivante : recherche@centrepompidou.fr

Plus de renseignements au : 01 44 78 40 99

Job: Bridge Fellow in Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Economic Development

Bridge Fellow in Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Economic Development

Deadline for applications: 1st November

The BRIDGE Fellowship in Cultural Heritage Studies builds on strong existing collaborative research and cooperative educational activities in this broad, multi-disciplinary area. The successful applicant will work in the Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage (IIICH) at UoB and the Collaborative for Cultural Heritage Management Policy (CHAMP) at Illinois. The BRIDGE Fellow will enhance existing academic strengths at both universities and contribute to the growing culture of collaboration and interdisciplinary working that exists on both campuses.
Specifically the successful Fellow will be expected to define and develop research into how cultural heritage can contribute to the revitalisation of local communities. In both urban and rural environments, impacted by social and economic change – de-industrialisation shifts in agricultural practices, in and out-migration etc. – cultural heritage, configured in both its tangible and intangible forms, has increasingly been viewed as a resource to aid regeneration and revitalisation of local communities with varying degrees of success. Through working with CHAMP and IIICH researchers the Fellow will further develop this field in both a national and international context. The Fellow will also be expected to contribute to and further develop teaching and PhD supervision and opportunities related to cultural heritage through the well-established programmes on both campuses.

We welcome applications from candidates who feel their research fits within this area and meet the requirement documented in the role profile and person specification.

If candidates would like to get in touch for an informal chat or more information please contact Professor Mike Robinson (M.D.Robinson@bham.ac.uk) at the University of Birmingham or Dr Helaine Silverman (helaine@illinois.edu) at the University of Illinois.

Full role profile and job description: http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/staff/excellence/fellows/bridge-fellows/cultural-heritage.aspx

Job: Étude du musée St-Just St-Rambert

Appel à candidature pour une étude socio-anthropologique

“Les donateurs et le musée des Civilisations”

Musée des Civilisations

Place Madeleine Rousseau

42170 SAINT-JUST SAINT-RAMBERT

Tél : 04 77 52 03 11

06 14 32 34 69

bgurcel@stjust-strambert.com

www.stjust-strambert.com