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Ghent University Studentship in Late Antique Greek Hagiography

The Department of Literary Studies at Ghent University (Belgium) is seeking well-qualified applicants for two fully-funded and full-time doctoral research fellowships attached to the European Research Council project Novel Saints. Ancient novelistic heroism in the hagiography of Late Antiquity and the early Middle Ages. The Principal Investigator of this project is Prof Dr Koen De Temmerman, who, as a classicist, specializes in ancient fiction and its persistence in later periods.

The two successful applicants will start employment on 1 October 2014. In order to be eligible, candidates must have obtained their MA degree at the time of application or demonstrate convincingly that they will have that degree in hand by 1 October 2014.

The ERC project deals with the persistence of ancient novels in (Greek, Latin, Syriac and Arabic) hagiographical narrative traditions in the Mediterranean between the 4th and the 12th centuries. It also investigates the impact of these narrative traditions on medieval fiction in the West, Byzantium and Persia.

Within the broad project, sub-projects are assigned to individual team members. For the current vacancies, these sub-projects are situated in the following areas:

Position 1: Latin late antique hagiography
Position 2: Greek late antique hagiography


Posted on Jun 18, 2014 in Funding

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