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Employment opportunity: Assistant Director, British School at Rome


The British School at Rome, Britain’s leading research institute abroad, is seeking to appoint an Assistant Director for the Humanities.  This two-year residential position carries responsibility for programming the year’s research activities and supporting the community of scholars at the BSR, whilst offering the opportunity to work in a remarkable interdisciplinary research centre in Rome.

Qualifications for the post include a completed doctorate on an area of study related to Italy from AD 600 to 1800, a track record of administrative and organisational experience, a strong record of existing or clearly forthcoming publications, excellent people and interpersonal skills, a flair for operating in teams and building community, strong communication skills, the ability to show an interest across the whole range of BSR research and practice, and experience of working in different countries, preferably including Italy.

In addition to a salary of £23,000 per annum, the post-holder will receive full board and lodging at the BSR.

For further particulars and details of how to apply see  http://www.bsr.ac.uk/about/staff-and-fellows/vacancies

Closing date for applications: 7 March 2014. Interviews will be held in London on 31 March.

Doctoral Fellowship: National Churches in Rome from the Middle Ages to the Modern Era

Doctoral Fellowship: Roma communis patria. The National Churches in Rome from the Middle Ages to the Modern Era

Photo 2013-04-29 12-35 PMThe Bibliotheca Hertziana, Max Planck Institute for the History of Art, announces a one-year doctoral fellowship, starting in February 2014, with the possibility of extension for a second year. Candidates must be in possession of an upper level university degree (M.A.), good working knowledge of German, Italian, and English, and a research project proposal consistent with the aims and objectives of the Minerva research group.

For further information please consult the following internet website:

Applications may be submitted via post or email and must be received by 8 December, 2013.