Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 32, No. 181. Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London Hosted by King's Digital Lab www.dhhumanist.org Submit to: email@example.com Date: 2018-11-12 18:35:12+00:00 From: Willard McCarty
Subject: Fwd: An academic position in Digital Humanities @ UCLouvain > From: Peter Verdée > Date: 12 November 2018 at 13:57:06 CET > To: PHILOS-L@liverpool.ac.uk > Subject: An academic position in Digital Humanities @ UCLouvain > Reply-To: Peter Verdée > > (this is a rather broad job opening in the faculty of philosophie, arts et lettres and is also welcoming applications of e.g. philosophers/ethicists of AI, computation, etc.) > > An academic position in Digital Humanities - Altissia Chair (https://jobs.uclouvain.be/PersonnelAcademique/job/An-academic-position-in-Digital-Humanities-Altissia-Chair/502851001/) > > > > The Université catholique de Louvain invites applications for a tenure track or tenured full time position in Digital Humanities - Altissia Chair, three years contract > > Introduction > > UCLouvain is a comprehensive university offering, in the context of the present position, the opportunity of cross-disciplinary research and teaching collaborations. The Faculty of Philosophy, Arts and Letters, to which the position will be attached, is part of the Humanities Sector and is located in Louvain-la-Neuve. This site offers a unique modern living environment inside a naturally preserved neighbourhood, conveniently connected to the heart of Europe. > > > Recruitment takes place within the framework of the Altissia Chair in "Digital Humanities and Ethics". > The objective of this chair is to provide an analysis of the changes occurring in languages, arts, cultures and thought in relation to digital technology and artificial intelligence, but also to inspire and stimulate teaching in this field at the Faculty of Philosophy, Arts and Letters and to innovate by bringing together the main research actors in the field and suggesting new applications in the relevant subject matters. > > > > Description of the mission > > Teaching > > The successful candidate will teach mainly in the field of digital technology in relation to the subjects taught at the Faculty, depending on his or her fields of expertise (philosophy, ethics, archaeology, history of art, musicology, history, modern, ancient or oriental languages and literatures, translation and interpreting, performing arts) and will have the following missions: > > Offer courses aimed at equipping students with the capacity for reflection and action in relation to digital technology in the fields of cultures and languages (mainly at Master's level and possibly at postgraduate level). > Develop a pedagogy based on digital technology and induce a movement towards a greater consideration of digital technology in the Faculty's teaching. > > Research > > The successful candidate will develop and drive a cutting-edge and internationally recognized research programme in relation to one or more Research Institutes among those related to the disciplinary fields taught at the Faculty (philosophy, ethics, languages and literatures, history, history of art, musicology, performing arts, translation and interpreting, etc.). > > While building his or her own team, he or she will aim to: > > set up ambitious projects and obtain funding in the field of digital technology applied to languages and cultures, mainly in relation to his or her fields of expertise; > organize internationally renowned scientific events around digital technology in connection with the disciplinary fields taught at the Faculty; > encourage innovation through collective research projects that build bridges between researchers and teams around digital technology; > communicate the results of his or her research through international scientific publications. > > Specific qualifications > > Hold a Master's and/or PhD degree in one of the subjects taught at the Faculty of Philosophy, Arts and Letters: philosophy, ethics, archaeology, history of art, musicology, history, modern, ancient or oriental languages and literatures, linguistics, translation and interpreting, performing arts. Training in more than one of these subjects is an additional asset. > Hold a Master's and/or PhD degree in a digital field: computer science, information science and technology, engineering, etc. The lack of training in a digital field can be compensated by significant professional experience. In this case, the applicant must include in his or her cover letter an explanation of their background and achievements in order to demonstrate their knowledge and skills in the digital field. The expected level of technical skills is high (ability to design or program digital environments). > > > Practical Information > > Application deadline: Thursday 15 December 2018 at noon > > Starting date: 1st September, 2019 > > Further information : > Prof. Cédrick Fairon, Dean FIAL â firstname.lastname@example.org > Prof. Michel Liégeois, Coordinator of the Research Institutes of the Humanities Sector -email@example.com > > > Localization: > Humanities Sector > For Teaching: > > Faculty of Philosophy, Arts and Letters (FIAL) (https://uclouvain.be/fr/facultes/FIAL) > For Research, one of the following institutes: > > Institute for the Analysis of Change in Contemporary and Historical Societies (IACCHOS) > Institute for Language and Communication (ILC) > Institute for the Study of Civilisations, Arts and Letters (INCAL) > Institute of philosophy (ISP) > > > General conditions > > Tasks : the applicant will: > - be responsible for teaching courses at all study levels in the Faculty (i.e. undergraduate and postgraduate), as well as in programmes of continuing education; > - supervise the final diploma research (i.e. theses) of undergraduate and graduate students, as well as PhD theses; > - be involved in (and/or supervise, promote) research programmes; > - contribute to the international visibility of the University through teaching and research excellence; > - be available to ensure, in the long term, different service activities and responsibilities within the University and its entities; > - contribute to activities of the University with a societal impact in the fields of economy, socio-cultural changes or cooperation with developing countries. > > Qualifications : the applicant must have > - a PhD degree and meet the specific qualifications hereabove (Description of the mission); > - a significant scientific record with international publications; > - either studied abroad for an extensive period or have had substantial experience outside the UCLouvain; > - experience in and the aptitude for teaching at university level, demonstrated if possible by formal assessments; > - the capacity to work within a team of teachers and to integrate research findings into teaching; > - creativity and must be open to teaching innovation and interdisciplinarity; > - the capacities required to undertake high-level academic research:capacity to raise research fundings, to supervise projects, to animate and lead a research team; > - have team management and communication skills, including if possible fluency in French and English, spoken and written. Otherwise, you will be asked to acquire them within two years after taking office, in order to be able to communicate and teach in these languages. Knowledge of other languages ââis an additional asset; > > Offer > The level of recruitment (appointment to the rank of lecturer or professor) will be discussed if a proposal is made to you, in connection with your previous academic experience. For more information, see: https://jobs.uclouvain.be/. > > Our HR policy supports equal opportunities and diversity including in the academic career. An attention is also paid to reconciliation of private life and professional life. > > Apply now > > Philos-L "The Liverpool List" is run by the Department of Philosophy, University of Liverpool https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/philosophy/philos-l/ Messages to the list are archived at http://listserv.liv.ac.uk/archives/philos-l.html. Recent posts can also be read in a Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/PhilosL/ Follow the list on Twitter @PhilosL. 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