Deadline: Open Until Filled
The Museum of Russian Icons offers a unique opportunity to play an important role in shaping a leading institute for icons and Eastern Christian art in the USA. The Museum is currently in the last phase of a reorientation and rebranding project, and its new plans will be shared with the public in the second half of 2023. The curator will also spearhead the Study Center which will be an essential part of the new Museum.
The Museum seeks a dynamic and highly motivated individual who is excited by this challenge. The ideal candidate will be an experienced, published scholar passionately interested in the arts of the Eastern Christian world, and deeply committed to the Museum’s mission. The ideal candidate should be fully able to employ the latest technologies to connect to global audiences. The candidate reports to and works closely with the Executive Director.
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Deadline: July 25, 2023
10 scholarships are available through ASPIRANTUM’s Dostoyevsky scholarship scheme to those students who meet the eligibility criteria presented below and are interested to learn Russian in Armenia during the 4-8 weeks of Russian language winter school – https://aspirantum.com/courses/russian-language-winter-school
The participation fee for the 4-8 weeks Russian Language course is $2500-$4920 ($4920 – 8 weeks, $4350 – 7 weeks, $3700 – 6 weeks, $3100 – 5 weeks, $2500 – 4 weeks). The Dostoyevsky scholarship will cover $500-$700, and the student, if awarded the scholarship, will have to pay $500-$700 less for the course.
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Deadline: July 25, 2023
The interdisciplinary Research Training Group (RTG) KRITIS “Critical infrastructures: Construction, Functional Crises and Protection in Cities” at the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany, offers a PhD position (f/m/d) scheduled to begin on 1 October 2023 or earlier. The position is initially limited to 2 years (until 30 September 2025, 0.65 of full-time employment). Both supervisors will support the successful candidate in applying for a 1–2-year contract extension through third-party and/or university funding to complete the dissertation.
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Deadline: October 13, 2023
The Department of History seeks an Associate to Full Professor of Southwest Borderlands History to teach both undergraduate and graduate courses & conduct research in this area.
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Deadline: July 21, 2023
Editors: Allyson Edwards (Bath Spa University, UK); Ian Garner (Queen’s U, Canada)
Deadline for Submission of Abstracts: Friday 21 July to firstname.lastname@example.org
Russia’s full invasion of Ukraine has provoked heated responses across the territories formerly occupied by the Soviet Union and within Russia. Real and staged demonstrations, artistic movements, and social media conflicts pertaining to young people have sprung up throughout the region as new views, alliances, and identities are shaped in response to war.
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Deadline: July 13, 2023
The YES Abroad Local Coordinator is responsible for the implementation of the Kennedy-Lugar YES Abroad program in Sarajevo. The position reports to the Country Representative in Sarajevo and works in conjunction with Washington-based program managers and colleagues in Central and Southeast Europe. This is a part-time position: 20hrs/week with a flexible schedule, some evenings and weekends required. The position starts in August 2023 and is a limited, one-year term with a possibility of extension.
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Event Date: July 6, 2023
The workshop is scheduled for July 6th, 2023, from 14:00 to 16:00 (BST) and will be conducted online. This event aims to offer valuable insights to both newcomers to archival research and those with prior experience seeking to deepen their knowledge. Our program acknowledges the intricate political situation and provides alternatives to conducting research in specific regions in person. The workshop will cover a range of topics, from the essentials of preparation and effective note-taking techniques to navigating the political landscape and bureaucratic challenges.
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Deadline: Open Until Filled
The National Endowment for Democracy (NED) is a 501(c)3, bipartisan organization that serves as America’s leading foundation for freedom, providing support for democratic activists, civil society organizations, and independent media throughout the world. We seek a dynamic, and savvy Program Assistant, to help strengthen the impact of our work and mission.
The Program Assistant, (PA) will provide day-to-day administrative and programmatic support to the Europe regional program staff. This position reports to the Senior Director for Europe.
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Deadline: July 6, 2023
JOB VACANCY NOTICE – Policy Analyst
Have you ever wanted to learn more about the Texas lottery, criminal justice system, or other key government functions? The Sunset Commission is seeking motivated, analytical, curious, and innovative individuals with a desire to help government work better.
Opening Date: June 6, 2023 Closing Date: July 6, 2023
Job Title: Policy Analyst (multiple entry-level positions)
Starting Salary: $65,000
Expected Start Date: September 5, 2023
A policy analyst works as part of a team to conduct nonpartisan, objective evaluations of Texas state agencies. A policy analyst takes a deep dive into an agency’s operations; collects and analyzes information and data; identifies state laws and operations needing improvement; writes concise reports recommending changes; makes oral presentations on the results of reviews; and provides information and assistance to legislators and their staff.
In a nutshell, a policy analyst looks for creative ways to improve state government and agency operations, learns about a wide variety of policy issues, works with the top management of state agencies, interviews stakeholders both in and outside state government, and participates in the legislative process. Periodic travel and occasional long hours are components of this job.
We are a fun, hard-working team of intellectually curious people who believe in our mission to improve government operations. The Sunset Commission is an equal opportunity employer.
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