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1 poste d’assistant-e d’arabe - Université de Genève


Faculté des lettres, Université de Genève

met au concours :

1 poste d’assistant-e d’arabe


Conditions :

Etre en possession d’une maîtrise en langue et littérature arabes ou d'une licence ès lettres, avec l'arabe comme branche principale. Avoir un projet de recherche en cours et s’engager à inscrire une thèse dans le domaine des études arabes au Département MESLO. Prouver une très bonne connaissance de l’arabe classique et moderne.


Call for Submissions: 2014 Jordan Schnitzer Book Award

The AJS is pleased to announce the call for submissions for the 2014 Jordan Schnitzer Book Awards, made possible by the Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation of Portland, Oregon.

These awards recognize and promote outstanding scholarship in the field of Jewish Studies and honor scholars whose work embodies the best in the field: rigorous research, theoretical sophistication, innovative methodology, and excellent writing. The awards are structured to recognize all areas of Jewish Studies research, paying tribute to both the breadth and depth of AJS members’ scholarship.

Mary Jaharis Center Lecture Series: Deserts, Rivers and Mountains: Nature and Divinity in Byzantine Pilgrimage Art, April 22

The Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture is pleased ​to announce ​the final lecture​ in its 2013-2014 lecture series. On April 22, 2014, at 4pm, Dr. Anastasia Drandaki (Benaki Museum, Athens) will present "Deserts, Rivers and Mountains: Nature and Divinity in Byzantine Pilgrimage Art.” Dr. Drandaki will consider the role of the natural landscape in Byzantine pilgrimage art.

Please join us afterward for wine and refreshments.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014, 4:00–6:00 pm
Archbishop Iakovos Library Reading Room
Hellenic College Holy Cross