Doctoral Research Fellow in Philosophy
A Doctoral Research Fellowship (SKO 1017) in Philosophy within the project "What should not be bought and sold?" is available at the Department of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas, University of Oslo.
The post will be associated with the project “What should not be bought and sold?”, a SAMKUL project funded by the Research Council of Norway. The person appointed will join a project team led by Ole Martin Moen.
The successful candidate must participate in the research training program organized by the Faculty of Humanities and must engage in the designated research activities on a full-time basis. The purpose of the Doctoral Research Fellowship is research training leading to the successful completion of a doctoral dissertation (monograph or article-based) to be defended at a public defense for the doctoral degree. The person appointed will be affiliated with the Faculty's organized research training. The academic work must result in a doctoral thesis that will be defended at the Faculty with a view to obtaining the degree of PhD. The successful candidate is expected to join the existing research milieu or network and contribute to its development. Read more about the doctoral degree.
The successful candidate will be expected to have his/her residence and workplace in Oslo, and to be an active member of the philosophical community in Oslo.
The post is available for a period of three years starting January 1, 2017.
Educational certificates, master theses and the like are not to be submitted with the application, but applicants may be asked to submit such information or works later.
The shortlisted candidates will be called for an interview at the University of Oslo or we will arrange for an interview on Skype.
See also Guidelines for the application assessment process and appointments to research fellowships.
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