- associate professor (Professore Associato, II fascia) in Digital and/or public humanities and Ancient Studies (Classics and Ancient Civilizations) - 10D (recruiting field-Science of Antiquity)
- associate professor (Professore Associato, II fascia) in Digital and/or public humanities and Italian Studies and Comparative Literatures - 10F (recruiting field- Italian Studies and Comparative Literatures)
- tenure track assistant professor (Ricercatore “lettera b” - RTDb) in Digital and/or public humanities and History - 11A (recruiting field-History)
- tenure track assistant professor (Ricercatore “lettera b” - RTDb) in Digital and/or public humanities and Art History - 10B (recruiting field-Art History)
The successful candidates will have knowledge and skills essential to digital and public humanities, including -but not limited to- one or more of the following areas:
- digital scholarly editing; / digital textual editions and annotated corpora;
- computational linguistics, lexicology, semantics and narratology;
- phylogenetic methods;
- electronic texts and textuality;
- text theory, textual mark-up and/or mark-up theory;
- digital paleography and/or codicology and/or epigraphy and/or papyrology;
- intertextuality and text reuse;
- historical data modelling and structuring;
- digital history methods;
- mining textual, visual or oral data;
- spatial and social network analysis;
- cultural heritage digitization (digital libraries / archives / museums);
- visual mapping and /or georeferencing of cultural heritage;
- virtual exhibitions and /or online galleries;
- public history.
Applicants must have the ability to teach effectively in undergraduate, graduate, and PhD programs; demonstrated research activities that encompass Digital Humanities; experience in managing or developing digital scholarship/digital humanities research across disciplines, utilizing digital tools in a research environment; demonstrated knowledge of research methods and technical applications in a digital scholarship environment; excellent interpersonal, organizational, and problem-solving skills as well as the ability to communicate with numerous University constituencies in an effective manner; proven track-record of interdisciplinary collaborations and of successes in attracting grant funding; scientific visibility at an international level.
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