Research School for Economic and Social History

Positions

Hoofd Collectievorming (IISG Amsterdam) – deadline 7 juli 2024

~ because of scope and required proficiency in Dutch only ~ Het Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis (IISG) zoekt een leidinggevende voor de afdeling collectievorming. Deze afdeling zorgt voor de acquisitie van collecties en voor het adviseren en delen van onze kennis daarover. Het hoofd collectievorming is verantwoordelijk voor het uitvoeren van het collectievormingsbeleid, en…

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Medewerker Collectievorming (IISG Amsterdam) – deadline 7 juli 2024

~ because of scope and required proficiency in Dutch only ~ Het Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis (IISG) zoekt een professional die in de functie van medewerker collectievorming wil bijdragen aan het duurzaam bewaren en toegankelijk maken van informatie op het gebied van de Nederlandse en economische collecties en data. De medewerker collectievorming gaat de…

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PhD on Care for Young Children and Gendered Division of Labour (Utrecht University) – deadline 7 July 2024

The Department of History and Art History at Utrecht University invites applications for a PhD position in the SCOOP research centre on sustainable cooperation. This PhD candidate will be working on a project entitled ‘Sticky Practices: The co-evolution of early years childcare, parental leave and women’s labour force participation’ under the supervision of Sarah Carmichael,…

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PhD Position ‘Social-historical Analysis of Regional Depopulation and Community Welfare in Finland’ (University of Groningen) – deadline 23 June 2024

Within the Chair Group of Economic and Social History, Faculty of Arts at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands, a fully funded PhD position is currently available. The position will be within the ERC-funded project ‘Coping with decline: Comparative social-historical analysis of depopulation and community welfare in Europe, 1950-2022’. The overarching goal of the ERC…

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PhD Position ‘Social-historical Analysis of Regional Depopulation and Community Welfare in the Netherlands’ (University of Groningen) – deadline 23 June 2024

Within the Chair Group of Economic and Social History, Faculty of Arts at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands, a fully funded PhD position is currently available. The position will be within the ERC-funded project ‘Coping with decline: Comparative social-historical analysis of depopulation and community welfare in Europe, 1950-2022’. The overarching goal of the ERC…

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Postdoc Researcher ‘Comparative Historical Analysis of Depopulation and Welfare’ (University of Groningen) – deadline 23 June 2024

Within the Chair Group of Economic and Social History, Faculty of Arts at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands, a Postdoctoral Researcher position is currently available for the period of 2,5 years (30 months). The position will be within the ERC-funded project ‘Coping with decline: Comparative social-historical analysis of depopulation and community welfare in Europe,…

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PhD ‘History of wealth inequality, with focus on household strategies for intergenerational wealth transmission’ (U. of Antwerp and VUB) – deadline 4 July 2024

The Department of History in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Antwerp is looking for a full-time doctoral scholarship holder in the field of the History of Wealth Inequality, with focus on household strategies for intergenerational wealth transmission. The PhD will work actively on the preparation and defence of a PhD thesis in…

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