Permanent Research Positions at CNRS (France): CETOBaC Support to 2020 Applicants

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Dear colleagues,
With apologies for this short notice announcement:
The French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) newly advertised the opening of some 240 early-career permanent research positions in all fields, including the humanities and the social sciences.
Several tenured positions ("chargés de recherche") are being offered in:
ancient and medieval history (7 positions),
early modern and modern history (4),
anthropology (4),
sociology and law (3),
political science (4),
Deadline for applying is January 7, 2020, 12 pm UTC +1. (For details see "Links" below.)
CNRS welcomes applications in English as well as in French. Yet before you think of applying, please be advised that interviews with shortlisted applicants are usually being held in French.
Applicants for newly opened research positions at CNRS may request the Centre for Turkish, Ottoman, Balkan and Central Asian Studies (a.k.a. CETOBaC) to support their application. CETOBaC is a joint research unit of CNRS, the Collège de France and the School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences and the Humanities (EHESS) in Paris. Its mission is to develop and disseminate academic research on past and present Turkey, regions of the former Ottoman world such as the Balkans, the Caucasus and the Middle East, as well as Central Asia. It forms the largest European research centre of this kind fully dedicated to field research, higher education and outreach activities related to this vast field of study. CETOBaC's multidisciplinary make-up allows anthropologists, historians, linguists and social scientists to work together on common projects.
If you wish to apply and request CETOBaC support please send your request to <dir.cetobac [at] ehess [point] fr> by December 12, 2019 along with the following file:
- a draft research project;
- a statement of purpose, explaining how your research would contribute to CETOBaC's main fields and orientations (see hyperlinks provided below);
- a curriculum vitae including a list of publications and a PhD dissertation abstract.
Confirmations of support will be sent to selected applicants by December, 20.
Best regards,
Marc Aymes
Chair of the Centre for Turkish, Ottoman, Balkan and Central Asian Studies (CETOBaC), Paris, France

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