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Professorship (W2) for Practical Philosophy (EXPIRED)

Departments of Philosophy, Universität Hamburg

Job category Senior faculty / Tenured, continuing or permanent
AOS Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy
AOS categories Ethics
Social and Political Philosophy
AOC Open
Workload Full time
Vacancies 1
Organization's reference number 2263 /W2
Location Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
Start date From October 2017.
Job description

Universität Hamburg is dedicated to sustainability, equal opportunity, and family-friendly policies. We also prize cultural diversity, communication, and interaction among people from different backgrounds and with different lifestyles. The Faculty of Humanities invites applications for a


commencing on 1 October 2017, ref. no. 2263/W2.

The successful candidate is expected to teach and conduct research in the field of practical philosophy. The successful candidate is further expected to participate in one of the following research areas of the department: Grounds, Causes, Reasons or Decisions. Finally, the successful candidate is expected to participate actively in the instruction of students pursuing a teaching degree in philosophy and in the interdisciplinary Master of Science in Politics, Economics, Philosophy program (PEP).

Section 12 subsection 7 sentence 2 of the Hamburg Higher Education Act (Hamburgisches Hochschulgesetz, HmbHG) applies.

Academic qualifications and additional requirements as specified in Section 15 HmbHG.

Further criteria:
The candidate must have an internationally oriented research profile and have published in English in one or several areas of practical philosophy (e.g., ethics, meta-ethics, political philosophy, feminist philosophy, etc.), particularly in peer-reviewed journals. Applicants are expected to have international research experience as well as a successful track record in acquiring external funding and carrying out externally funded projects. The University places particular emphasis on the quality of teaching and therefore requests that applicants provide details of their teaching experience and objectives. Applicants whose native language is not German are expected to acquire the German skills necessary for teaching in German within two years.

In accordance with Section 14 subsection 3 sentence 3 HmbHG, Universität Hamburg seeks to increase the proportion of women in teaching and research and encourages female academics to apply. Qualified disabled candidates or applicants with equivalent status receive preference in the application process.

For further information, please contact the departmental spokesperson, Prof. Benjamin Schnieder, at sprecher.philosophie@uni-hamburg.de.

The application deadline is 15. June 2017. Please submit your application, including standard documents (CV, list of publications, teaching experience, external funding record, copies of certification and documents, three representative publications) and reference number 2263/W2 to:

An den
Präsidenten der Universität Hamburg Stellenausschreibungen
Mittelweg 177
20148 Hamburg

or preferably by email to Bewerbungen@verw.uni-hamburg.de. We kindly request that you submit a completed application form along with your application documents. You can find the form at: https://www.uni-hamburg.de/form-prof-gw-en

How to apply
Application type Other
Preferably by e-mail. Please see details in the vacancy notice.
Hard deadline June 15, 2017, 11:59pm CET
Web address for more information https://www.uni-hamburg.de/en/uhh/stellenangebote/...
Contact name Prof. Matthew Braham
Contact email
Time created May 12, 2017, 7:44am EST
Scheduled expiry date June 15, 2017, 11:59pm CET
Expired on June 17, 2017, 12:46am CET
Last updated August 16, 2017, 3:00pm EST
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