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Lecturer in Contemporary Islam & the Middle East
University of Edinburgh, Middle Eastern & Islamic Studies
Deadline: 13/11/2017 17:00
The University of Edinburgh seeks to appoint a Lecturer in Contemporary Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, based in Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies (IMES) (http://www.ed.ac.uk/literatures-languages-cultures/islamic-middle-eastern) and teaching within IMES. The lecturer will provide teaching and dissertation supervision at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels and will commence on 3rd January 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter. The successful candidate will have expertise in the study of the Islamic world and political Islam in the Middle East.
2 PhD Studentships for ERC Project on Contemporary Shii Islam
University of Birmingham
Deadline: 27/10/2017 17:00
PhD Studentship - Iraqi Clerics and the State after 2003: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BDE834/phd-studentship-iraqi-clerics-and-the-state-after-2003/ PhD Studentship - Iranian Clerics and the State in Post-revolutionary Iran: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BDE835/phd-studentship-iranian-clerics-and-the-state-in-post-revolutionary-iran/
Assistant Professor for Islam in the Modern Middle East and North Africa
Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
Deadline: 14/11/2017 23:50
Candidates whose work is interdisciplinary, comparative, and expands the department's existing strengths. Discipline open.
Assistant Professor in Honors & Justice Studies/Global Studies
Westminster College, Salt Lake City, Utah
Deadline: 25/10/2017 09:00
Applications are invited from scholars with expertise in several fields, including critical studies of justice and global affairs with an emphasis on gender and the Global South; social, environmental, and global justice, including the fields of eco-feminism, social ecology, environmental justice, climate justice etc
Tenure Track Assistant Professor, Medieval History (Including Mediterranean World, Christian-Muslim Relations)
University of North Texas
Deadline: 29/10/2017 23:50
The committee is interested in candidates who complement faculty strengths in military history, law, religious history, food studies, and our department's new "Body, Place, Identity" concentration. A secondary teaching field in Renaissance or Reformation is desirable.