[MEI-L] Postdoc opportunity in Belgium

Craig Sapp craigsapp at gmail.com
Tue Apr 19 07:26:34 CEST 2016

*Funded Postdoc at the University of Brussels, 2016–17*
The University Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) is pleased to announce a one-year
postdoc for the term September 2016–August 2017. The position is funded
from the inaugural "Prix Banneux," recently awarded to Professor Jesse
Rodin (Stanford University); Professor Rodin will select the candidate from
the pool of applicants. The candidate should be a specialist in
late-medieval or Renaissance music, with a focus on the region of Wallonia.
Special preference will be given to specialists in fifteenth-century music,
and/or to candidates with programming experience who could assist in the
activities of the Josquin Research Project (josquin.stanford.edu) in
collaboration with Craig Sapp.

The candidate will have access to all the resources of the ULB, and will be
expected to work full-time (i.e., 38 hours per week) on research, of which
approximately 20 hours per week should be devoted to collaborative projects
with Professor Rodin and students at the University of Brussels.

–Ph.D. awarded between September 2008 and August 2016
–The candidate must not have lived or had her/his main professional
activity in Belgium for more than 24 months during the period Sept.
2013–Aug. 2016.
–Total monthly salary (net): at least €2296 euros. (This amount is subject
to reevaluation based on the candidate's experience.) For candidates from
the U.S.A., the E.U., and several other countries, the salary is not taxed.
–The candidate will be required to live in Belgium and participate actively
in the life of the university.

To apply, send a cover letter, c.v., and contact information for three
references to Marie-Alexis Colin (mcolin at ulb.ac.be) and Jesse Rodin (
jrodin at stanford.edu). Application deadline: 31 May.

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