At the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media, there is a vacancy for an Assistant Professorship for Musicology with a focus on Gender Studies (W1 NBesO with tenure track to W2 (100%)).
The position holder is expected to represent the subject in research and teaching, taking gender aspects into account, and to further develop the profile and the archive of the Research Center Music and Gender. The position holder coordinates and is responsible for the indexing, digital edition and utilization of the archive in research, teaching and transfer. In addition, the position holder should actively participate in the further development of the sciences at HMTMH. The willingness to promote young academics is a prerequisite.
A teaching position is expected in all music-related courses of study at HMTMH. In teaching, courses of study and forms of teaching are to be developed further, taking into account the focus on gender studies and other diversity criteria (also in cooperation with the professorship for music didactics with a focus on gender studies).
Participation in academic self-governance is required.
Application requirements are:
- a doctorate completed with above-average success in the field of historical musicology,
- a clearly recognizable focus in the area of music-related gender research, documented in initial publications in this area,
- teaching experience.
- initial experience in the acquisition of external funding,
- initial experience in networking,
- the willingness to deal with the specifics of musicological teaching at a artistic-scientific university.
Please send applications including a curriculum vitae in table form, references, a description of your academic career, an overview of previous teaching and publication achievements as well as academic research activities and the acquisition of third-party funding to the President of the Hanover School of Music, Drama and Media, Neues Haus 1, D–30175 Hannover, Germany by 30.04.2023. The application must also include an outline of a project idea in the field of music-related gender research as a holder of the assistant professorship (up to 6,000 characters including spaces).