Call for applications: Post-doctoral Research Fellow (m/f/d)
Post-doctoral Research Fellow (m/f/d)
Chair for Public Law and Public International Law
Law Faculty, Humboldt University Berlin
DFG-Kollegforschungsgruppe/International Research Group
"The International Rule of Law - Rise or Decline?"
Period of Appointment:
01.09.2022 - 30.06.2023 (30.06.2024 conditional on project extension)
You will perform scientific services and undertake research in the areas of International Law or International Relations. The position is especially focussed on your cooperation and engagement with the research projects, meetings and workshops that form part of the International Research Group "The International Rule of Law - Rise or Decline?".
As part of this you will be involved in the coordination of the research programme of the Group and will assist and support the Group's Principal Investigators, including communicating and networking with the three participating institutions in Berlin and Potsdam, and engaging with, and supporting, the work of the other Fellows and the Group's activities. Your other duties will involve research on your own substantive research project, which should fall within the broad thematic framework of the Group.
Completed university degree, as well as PhD in International Law or International Relations, with an outstanding academic record and an emphasis on international or comparative legal/institutional questions; command of German; very good English and, where possible, further language skills; willingness to cooperate in inter-disciplinary research.
Applications (deadline of 16 September 2022)
Applications should include the reference DR/117/22 and should be addressed to: Humboldt-UniversitĂ¤t zu Berlin, Juristische FakultĂ¤t, Professor Andrew Hurrell, Unter den Linden 6, 10099, Berlin, preferably by email (and where possible in PDF format) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants should submit:
- A curriculum vitae, including degrees awarded and a list of papers and publications;
- A description of current research interests and of the research project to be pursued during the fellowship (no more than 1000 words);
- A summary of the applicant's doctoral thesis;
- The names and affiliations of two referees (references to be provided if an applicant is short-listed)
Questions about the position can be addressed to Professor Andrew Hurrell (email@example.com). More information can be found here.