W3-Professorship for Slavic Studies University of Münster, Slavic-Baltic Seminar, Faculty of Philology

At the Slavic-Baltic seminar of the Faculty 09 - Philology of the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster,

W3-Professorship for Slavic Studies

to occupy.

The future applicant is to be broadly stated in the area of Eastern European literature in research and teaching. A focus in the field of Russian literary history as well as a further focus in one of the Slavic literatures will be provided. In addition, the interest in questions of a comparative literature science as well as the willingness to establish a comparative study offer at WWU Münster is also desired.

The tasks of this professorship also include a teaching activity of 9 SWS, the performance of examinations, the participation in the development of study courses, the participation in the graduate schools of the department as well as commitment in all areas of the academic self-administration.

The future applicant will also be expected to have international networking and experience in the acquisition of third-party funding projects.

Prerequisites for admission are a completed university degree, special pedagogic aptitudes as well as the special qualification for scientific work, which is usually demonstrated by the quality of a doctorate. In addition, additional scientific achievements are required, which may be carried out within the framework of a junior professorship, a habilitation or an activity as a scientific employee or as a research assistant at a university or non - university institution or as part of a scientific activity in economy, administration or in another social sphere And abroad.

The University of Münster is committed to gender equality and aims to increase the proportion of women in research and teaching. Applications from women are therefore expressly desired: women are given preference with the same suitability, proficiency and professional performance, unless they are in the person of a competitor.

People with disabilities are preferably employed with the same suitability.

Applications with the usual documents (CV and academic background, references, list of publications, list of corresponding courses; specimen copies only on request) should be directed exclusively electronically until 09.30.2017to the

Dean of Department 09 - Philology of 
the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster 
Prof. Dr. Erich Achermann

E-mail: dekanat.fb.philologie@uni-muenster.de

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