Anyone looking for a job in medieval philosophy will know to check philjobs.org, and so I generally don’t bother to report on those (so far few) announcements here. But here are some things worth noting:
- There is a new European initiative, the a.r.t.e.s. Graduate School for the Humanities, in Cologne, which is advertising ten well-funded positions for doctoral study in the humanities. This might seem too broad in its scope to be worth noting, except that the director of the program is Andreas Speer, better known to readers of this blog as the director of the Thomas Institut.
- The Groningen Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Thought is advertising three funded doctoral positions and two post-docs, aimed at scholars interested in the transition from medieval to early modern philosophy. Links to these positions can be found here.
- The University of Jyväskylä is advertising a four-year post-doc position for a scholar studying kalam, and also a four-year doctoral position for the study of philosophical Sufi literature.