2013 Postdoctoral Research Assistant Position in Medieval Musicology at University of Bristol in UK

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Postdoctoral Research Assistant Position in Medieval Musicology in the Department of Music at University of Bristol in UK 2013. Applications are invited for one four-year Postdoctoral Research Assistant (medieval musicology) in the Department of Music, University of Bristol as part of the ERC-funded research project Shaping text, Shaping melody, Shaping experience in and through the Old Hispanic Office, directed by Dr Emma Hornby. The postdoctoral researcher will work full-time on the project for four years, doing individual and collaborative research and helping organise project events. This post represents an excellent opportunity for someone early in their academic career to be an important part of a high-profile project and to gain experience of cutting-edge research, while also developing a substantial and independent publication profile.. This Scholarship programme is available for Postdoctoral Research Position
The research areas of this scholarship are: Scholarships are being offered in medieval musicology
Who can apply to this scholarship? 1. Previous research (probably at PhD level) on some aspect of medieval music and/or liturgy 2. Research interests (either established or developing) that connect with the Old Hispanic Office project 3. Experience in working with (medieval) primary sources. 4. Experience in creatively analyzing and interpreting research data 5. Willingness to contribute to project planning 6. Willingness to obtain up
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· date and expert knowledge in relevant fields of study
Benefits of the scholarship: £30,122-£33,884
More information about the fellowship:
Duration: Scholarship is being awarded for 4 years.
Number of scholarships: Not provided

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