Fellowship posted by University of Wolverhampton (27/03/2015 17.14)
Visual Representations of Witchcraft in Europe
Research FieldsCultural studies - European studies
Other costsMobility (relocation) to the UK
Eligibility criteriaIt is proposed that the fellow has expertise in European Witchcraft of the late Middle Ages or is a cultural or social historian with an interest in marginalised cultures. The fellow should be visually literate within their academic field as it is proposed that the images and artefacts will be critically analysed for their social history, the aesthetics and visual identity. There is a secondment opportunity at the Museum of Witchcraft in Cornwall during the proposed fellowship.
Publications in major international peer-reviewed multi-disciplinary scientific journals and/or in the leading international peer-reviewed journals, peer-reviewed conference proceedings and/or monographs of their respective research fields, indicating also the number of citations (excluding self-citations) they have attracted.
2. Granted patent(s).
3. Research monographs, chapters in collective volumes and any translations thereof.
4. Invited presentations to peer-reviewed, internationally established conferences and/or international advanced schools.
5. Research expeditions that the Experienced Researcher has led.
6. Organisation of International conferences in the field of the applicant (membership in the steering and/or programme committee).
7. Examples of leadership in industrial innovation.
8. Prizes and Awards.