So it’s been almost ten years since I’ve started this blog, and I’m about to make a change: removing the page for “Historians of Early Modern Spain.” It’s outlived its usefulness, since anyone can be easily googled these days, even our colleagues overseas, and it’s the most time-consuming part of maintaining this site (indeed I’ve not kept it up to date for some time). I will still provide links to the authors of books/articles/etc that I post about, but no longer attempt to maintain an exhaustive list.
2 The quiet conversion of a ‘Jewish’ woman in eighteenth century
Spain – David Graizbord
6 Uneven conversions: how did laywomen become nuns in the
early modern world?- Elizabeth A. Lehfeldt
Dominican University, History
Visiting Faculty, History: expertise in Europe since 1500
|Institution Type:||College / University|
|Location:||Illinois, United States|
|Position:||Non-Tenure Track Faculty, Temporary, Visiting Assistant Professor|
Please apply online at http://www.dom.edu/jobs. Candidates will be asked to submit the following materials:
For more information about Dominican University, visit http://www.dom.edu.
|Primary Category:||European History / Studies|
|Secondary Categories:||Demographic History / Studies
History of Science, Medicine, and Technology
Modern European History / Studies
|Salary:||£45,562 to £61,179|
|Placed on:||28th November 2016|
|Closes:||23rd January 2017|
Exeter College, Oxford
in association with
The Faculty of History, University of Oxford
(European and Extra-European, 1450–1800) and Tutorial Fellowship at Exeter College
Salary within a range £45,562 to £61,179 per annum
(plus Housing Allowance of £8,577 per annum, and other benefits)
Exeter College and the Faculty of History, University of Oxford, propose to make a joint appointment in Iberian History (European and Extra-European, 1450-1800), with effect from 1 October 2017. The postholder will be an Official Fellow and Lecturer in History at Exeter College, and an Associate Professor in Iberian History in the Faculty of History in the University of Oxford.
Applications are welcome from well-qualified candidates with expertise in Iberian History, and particularly those with a specialism in the early-modern history of the Spanish and/ or Lusitanian empires.
The person appointed will be expected to undertake the following main duties:
Candidates should have completed a doctorate in a relevant field, or be able to provide evidence of a completed doctoral dissertation submitted for examination by the advertised closing date for this position.
The successful candidate must also demonstrate evidence of: distinguished research and/ or research potential in the area of Iberian History 1450–1800; a publication record of international standing (appropriate to the stage of the candidate’s career) which will enhance the profile of the History Faculty in this area; the ability to deliver excellent tutorial teaching and to give lectures and classes; successful grant applications, or of the potential to make successful applications; participation in conferences, seminars and other research meetings; experience of, or potential for, participating effectively in the running and development of the subject at Faculty level (including the development of externally-funded research projects); the ability to act as an examiner; the ability to supervise graduate students; and the ability to undertake administration and pastoral responsibilities on behalf of both the College and the University.
The successful candidate will become a member of the Governing Body, and therefore a Trustee, at Exeter College.
In addition to salary, a range of other generous benefits are available, as set out in the Further Particulars.
Associate Professors who are awarded the title of full professor from the University may be entitled to receive an additional salary payment of £2,600 per annum (unless they already receive additional recruitment or retention payments at that level or above).
The closing date for applications is 12pm noon (GMT) on Monday 23 January 2017.
Exeter College and the University of Oxford are equal opportunities employers and value diversity.
Type / Role:
South East England
Thanks to François Soyer for bringing this to my attention.
Mónica Bolufer, “Sensibility and Balance in Eighteenth-Century Spain” in Engaging the Emotions in Spanish Culture and History, Luisa Elena Delgado, Pura Fernández, and Jo Labanyi, eds (Vanderbilt, 2016).
PREMODERN & INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES GLOBAL HISTORY, CULTURE & HERITAGE
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University of Nebraska, Lincoln
National Scientific Research Center, Paris
University of Virginia
Johns Hopkins University
Indiana University, Bloomington
I’m taking a break from blogging until early August. Have fun in Bruges, those of you who will be there!
Journal of Interdisciplinary History 46/4 (2016):