The Department of History and Carleton Centre for Public History at Carleton University is accepting applications for Postdoctoral Fellowships in Critical Public History and Museology for the academic year 2022-2023.
The objective of this fellowship is to report on the historical, institutional, and systematic othering of knowledge, peoples, and places through the research and collection practices at the Canadian Museum of Nature and its predecessors–the Geological Survey of Canada, the National Museum of Canada, and the National Museum of Natural Sciences.
Through this application, you can get the salary of $45,000 per annum that you need to achieve your dream career.
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Application Deadline: The deadline for applications is June 24, 2022, or until the position is filled.
- University or Organization: Carleton University
- Department: Department of History and Carleton Centre for Public History
- Course Level: Postdoctoral Fellowships
- Award: $45,000
- Number of Awards: N/A
- Access Mode: Online
- Nationality: International
- The award can be taken in Canada
- Eligible Countries: All nationalities.
- Eligible Course or Subjects: Postdoctoral Fellowship in Critical Public History and Museology offered by the university.
- Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the following criteria:
- An ability to be based in the National Capital Region.
- While most of the research will involve English-language materials, the fellow will need to conduct some archival research in French. French and Inuktitut are considered strong assets.
- Experience with collaborative research practices is also considered a strong asset.
- The applicants must have strong academic performance.
How to Apply
- How to Apply: To apply for the Fellowship, Students must submit and send their application as a single file to [email protected] Application materials should include a cover letter describing career goals, research interests, and reasons for applying; CV, and contact information for two references. Please use the same email address to ask questions about this position or the application process.
- Supporting Documents: Students must submit a cover letter describing career goals, research interests, and reasons for applying; CV, contact information for two references.
- Admission Requirements: Students must have a completed PhD in History, Public History, Critical Heritage, Library, Information, Archival Studies, Art History, Cultural Studies, Anthropology, Sociology, Geography, or any other discipline related to the scope of the research objectives.
- Language Requirement: Students need to demonstrate that they have a good written and spoken English level.
The postdoctoral fellow will be paid an average salary of $45,000 per annum (including extended health and dental benefits plan) for two years. They will be considered unionized and a member of PSAC Local 77000.The fellow will also be provided with financial support to purchase equipment, travel for research, and attend scholarly and professional meetings at a
minimum of $5000 per annum.