Prepare and write a thesis on the spoliation of Jewish property in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg during Second World War
Realize archival research and doing oral history interviews
Participate in the realization of a digital source corpus (based on the digitization of textual, audio and visual sources)
Engage actively in the cooperation project between C2DH and the Fondation luxembourgeoise pour la mémoire de la Shoah
Participate in the FLSHASE Doctoral School
Engage in doctoral skills training
For further information please contact : denis.scuto uni.lu
Master’s degree or diploma in Contemporary History
Good digital literacy
Experience in quantitative research methods / archival research
Good command of the following languages : German, English, French
A creative and innovative working environment within the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH) with great opportunities for training in new digital research tools and methodologies.
A multilingual, international and interdisciplinary working environment
Candidates should submit the following documents :
List of publications (if available)
Copies of diplomas
Please send your application online by 31 / 10 / 2019.
The University of Luxembourg is an equal opportunity employer.
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