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Professor (W1­­,­­ tenure track) of Sinology ­­/­­ Chinese Studies 18.03.2022 Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen Tübingen
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Professor (W1, tenure track) of Sinology / Chinese Studies
Aktualität: 18.03.2022


18.03.2022, Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen
Professor (W1, tenure track) of Sinology / Chinese Studies
The successful candidate's area of expertise is Chinese language, literature and culture, with a focus on modern China from the 19th century to the present. Candidates are experienced in textual analysis of source materials and connect their research with innovative interdisciplinary research approaches (as e.g., in Cultural Studies, Religious Studies, Art and Media Studies, Digital Humanities). Familiarity with the Chinese social and political discourses on modernity, modernization and globalization is expected. Candidates should cooperate within the framework of joint research projects of the Department of Chinese Studies, the Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies, and the Faculty of Humanities and demonstrate a strong commitment to participate in teaching and assuming coordinating responsibilities in all study programs of the Department as well as in sharing the Department's administrative tasks.
Applicants hold a doctorate with an excellent dissertation in the relevant or a related area, as well as demonstrate evidence of successful teaching experience. Internationally recognized publications, expert knowledge of the current Sinophone world, familiarity with the Chinese academia, and a superior command of Chinese will be expected. This professorship is advertised as part of the German federal and state governments' program supporting junior researchers. Applicants must be in an early stage of their career; those who have completed a habilitation will therefore be excluded.