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Humanist Archives: Jan. 31, 2020, 6:47 a.m. Humanist 33.581 - lectureship (Bar-Ilan); PhD studentship (Lancaster)

                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 33, No. 581.
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    [1]    From: Prof. David G. Schwartz 
           Subject: Tenure-track faculty position at Bar-Ilan University, Israel, Information Systems and Technologies Group (53)

    [2]    From: Deborah Sutton 
           Subject: MA and PhD in Digital Approaches to Water Histories in South India (46)

        Date: 2020-01-30 13:52:57+00:00
        From: Prof. David G. Schwartz 
        Subject: Tenure-track faculty position at Bar-Ilan University, Israel, Information Systems and Technologies Group

The Graduate School of Business at Israel’s Bar-Ilan University is seeking
leading applicants for an academic position as a lecturer/senior lecturer
(assistant professor) in the Information Systems and Technologies group, in
the fields of Data Analytics, Fintech, Text/Data Mining, and Digital
Transformation. This position is budgeted and tenure track, starting in
October 2020.  The position includes teaching, research, student
supervision, and participation in the ongoing activities of the Graduate
School of Business Administration. A command of the Hebrew language is
required as primary teaching responsibilities are in Hebrew.

Bar-Ilan University is committed to equal opportunity in employment. The
position is available to any suitable applicant. Applicants must hold a PhD
in areas related to information systems, computer science, digitalization
studies, or fintech, and have the knowledge and tools required to conduct
quantitative research and teaching in Information Systems and related
business disciplines.  Applicants should be able to provide evidence of
their ability to conduct independent research, show proven ability in the
publication of papers in leading international academic platforms, as well
as outstanding teaching skills. The Graduate School of Business is
committed to research of the highest quality as well as to educating
tomorrow's business leaders and technology innovators.

To apply, please submit:
-A letter of application that includes a brief academic profile, future
research plans and possible teaching areas;
- CV including a list of publications, research grants, awards, and courses
- Names of three references (academic position and email).

Please send the material to Sari Cohen sari.cohen@biu.ac.il at the Graduate
School of Business with subject line: Applicant for Information Systems and
Technologies faculty position.

Bar-Ilan University
Graduate School of Business Administration
Lecturer / Senior Lecturer

Location: Israel / Ramat-Gan
Discipline:  Information Systems and Data Analytics
Employment Type: Permanent Full-time


David G. Schwartz
Professor of Information Systems
Director, The Social Intelligence Lab
Chairman, PhD Program
School of Business
Bar-Ilan University, Israel

        Date: 2020-01-30 09:10:01+00:00
        From: Deborah Sutton 
        Subject: MA and PhD in Digital Approaches to Water Histories in South India

Mapping Water Histories in the Kavery Basin, Southern India

We invite applications for a fully-funded ESRC 1+3 CASE studentship available in
digital and environmental history. This MA + PhD studentship, funded by the
North West Social Science Doctoral Training Partnership, is a collaboration with
the Map Collections and Digital Scholarship Service at the National Library of
Scotland (NLS). The research will create new understandings of environmental
pasts and presents in Southern India using methods drawn from the digital

Applicants with an interest in environmental history from several disciplines
are invited to apply, including History, Geography, Sociology, Digital
Humanities and South Asian Studies.

The studentship is offered on a 1+3 basis allowing the student to undertake the
MA in Digital Humanities at Lancaster University before progressing to a PhD in
the water histories of Southern India. The student will be based in the
Department of History at Lancaster University and will receive co-supervision
and training from Dr Jonathan Huck, Department of Geography, Manchester
University, and Chris Fleet, Map Curator at the National Library of Scotland.

This is a CASE award whose ESRC funding will cover full fees and a tax-free
stipend, c (full-time: £15,009, part-time: £7,504.50 for 2018/19). Further
funding for research expenses is available via the Research Training Support
Grant. Part-time applications are welcome.

Application deadline: 13 March 2020

Enquiries should be directed to Dr Deborah Sutton, Department of History,
Lancaster University, d.sutton@lancaster.ac.uk. Formal applications should be
emailed to Rebecca Sheppard (r.sheppard1@lancaster.ac.uk) by Friday 13 March
enclosing a covering letter and CV and the names of two academic referees.


Dr Deborah Sutton,
Department of History,
Lancaster University.
Ph: 00 44 (0)1524 592506


Editor, South Asian Studies, journal of the British Association of South Asian

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