Department of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas2 Doctoral Research Fellowships in History of Art Job description
Two Doctoral Research Fellowships (SKO 1017) in Art History and Visual Studies are available at the Department of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas, University of Oslo.
Applicants must submit a project description. The proposed project must be clearly relevant to the department's ongoing research in art history and visual studies, and preferably related to one of the two research groups Art History Research Group in Modernism and Visual Studies Research Group.
For information about ongoing research and research groups, see the department's website (https: // www. hf.uio.no/ifikk/english/).More about the position
The person appointed will be affiliated with the Faculty's organized research training. The academic work is to result in a doctoral thesis that will be defended at the Faculty with a view to obtaining the degree of PhD. The successful candidates are expected to join a existing research milieu or network and contribute to its development. Read more about the doctoral degree.
The appointment is for a duration of 3 years. All PhD Candidates who submit their doctoral dissertation for assessment with a written recommendation from their supervisor within 3 years or 3 ½ years after the start of their PhD position, will be offered, respectively, a 12 or 6 month Completion Grant.Qualification requirements
To be eligible for admission to the doctoral programmes at the University of Oslo, applicants must have completed a five-year graduation course (Master's degree or equivalent), including a Master's thesis of at least 30 ECTS. In special cases, the Faculty may grant admission on the basis of a one-year Master course following an assessment of the study programme's scope and quality.
In assessing the applications, special emphasis will be placed on:
Applicants who have recently graduated with excellent results may be given preference.We offer
The application must include:
Please note that all documents must be in English or a Scandinavian language.
Educational certificates, master theses and the like are not to be submitted with the application, but applicants may be asked to submit such information or works later.
The application with attachments must be delivered in our electronic recruiting system, jobbnorge.no.
Short-listed candidates will be invited for an interview.Formal regulations
See also regulations as well as guidelines for the application assessment process and appointments to research fellowships.
Following the Freedom of Information Act (Offentleglova) § 25, Chapter 2, demographic information about the applicant may be used in the public list of applicants even if the applicant opts out from the entry in the public application list.
The University of Oslo has an Acquisition of Rights Agreement for the purpose of securing rights to intellectual property created by its employees, including research results.
The University of Oslo aims to achieve a balanced gender composition in the workforce and to recruit people with ethnic minority backgrounds.Contact information
For questions about the position:
Professor and Head of Art History and Visual Studies Bente Larsen
For questions about how to apply:
HR Officer Anders RykkeAbout the University of Oslo
The University of Oslo is Norway's oldest and highest ranked educational and research institution, with 28 000 students and 7000 employees. With its broad range of academic disciplines and internationally recognised research communities, UiO is an important contributor to society.
The Department embraces four disciplines: Philosophy, Classical Languages (Greek and Latin), History of Ideas and Art History. The Department is also responsible for the introductory philosophy courses, obligatory for all students attending study programmes at the University of Oslo. The Department has about 110 employees.Deadline
31st January 2023Employer
University of OsloMunicipality
Fulltime (1 stillinger) Fulltime (%)Duration
Fixed TermPlace of service