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A historian of science's dream job

By November 18, 2011No Comments

Where in the world can a historian of science get a job, which is designed to

provide scholars of the first rank with the freedom and resources to pursue an innovative and ambitious research program, which includes the possibility of hiring researchers and offering pre- and postdoctoral fellowships as well as inviting visiting scholars.

The academic dream position — one without any formal teaching obligations and with good administrative, library, and computer support.

At the Max Planck Institute of History of Science in Berlin, of course. They have just announced the vacant director positon of one of their three departments.

Thomas Söderqvist

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