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הזדמנות // משרה / עמית/ת מחקר: היסטוריה - מחקר על התקפת הטרור באולימפיאדת מינכן [ישראל ו/או מינכן] דדליין=10.8.23

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קול קורא
משרת פוסט-דוקטורנט.ית
במחקר העוסק בהתקפת הטרור באולימפיאדת מינכן

המכון להסטוריה בת-זמננו במינכן, גרמניה, מנהל פרויקט מחקר רחב היקף על אירועי אולימפיאדת מינכן 1972 שבהם נרצחו 11 ספורטאים ישראלים בידי אנשי “ספטמבר השחור”. הפרויקט מלווה על ידי ועדת היסטוריונים (ארבעה מגרמניה, אחד מבריטניה ושלושה מישראל), אשר מונתה על ידי משרד הפנים הגרמני ואושרה על ידי הבונדסטאג.

מצורף קול קורא לחוקר שיתמקד בצד הישראלי של האירועים.
ניתן להגיש הצעה למשרת פוסט-דוק בצוות המחקר במינכן, או למשרה של חוקר.ת בחוזה נפרד, שתפעל מהארץ ותחקור בעיקר ארכיונים מקומיים.
ידיעת גרמנית היא יתרון, אך לא חובה (תלוי בהתמקדות הספציפית של המחקר שיבוצע).
* ניתן להגיש הצעות באנגלית או בגרמנית.
בקשות מתקבלות עד 10 באוגוסט 2023 (ולא עד לתאריך המופיע במכרז המקורי).

The Institute of Contemporary History Munich-Berlin (IfZ) is looking for two academic staff members (PostDocs) (f/m/d) in full-time (possibly also part-time) to work on the project “Coming to terms with the attack on the Israeli Olympic team on September 5, 1972 during the Olympic Games in Munich and its pre- and post-history”, funded by the Federal Ministry of the Interior.
Remuneration is in pay group 13 TV-L. The positions are limited to three years. The place of employment is Munich. Possible employment as a contract researcher in Israel.

The Institute of Contemporary History Munich-Berlin is an off-university research institution that studies German history from the 20th century to the present in its European and global context.

On September 5, 1972, eight members of the Palestinian terrorist organization Black September attacked the Israeli men’s team during the Summer Olympics in Munich. Eleven Israeli athletes, one policeman and five hostage-takers died in the attack and in a failed rescue attempt by Bavarian police.
The events in the Olympic Village and at the airfield in Fürstenfeldbruck were the subject of public and academic reports. Nevertheless, the events of that time and their consequences still await a comprehensive research. The project is intended to fill this gap and has the task of analyzing in detail the immediate prehistory, the attack itself and the actions of the German security authorities and politicians, the consequences of the attack for German Middle East policy and its aftermath at the level of domestic politics and memory culture.

Your responsibilities will include:
– independent research within the framework of the overall project and the preparation of scientific contributions to be published in a joint project volume,
– participation in conferences and other events planned in connection with the project, both in Germany and abroad.

We are looking for:
– A historian with a very good doctorate in the subject of recent history or contemporary history.
– A proven expertise in one of the following areas: the history of domestic politics, the security authorities and internal security, international relations (especially German Middle East policy), the media, or the culture of remembrance.
– The candidate must also have strong conceptual skills and be willing to conduct intensive archival research and to collaborate on the project.
– We expect a very good command of English. Other relevant foreign language skills are an advantage.

Our Offer:
– an interesting and professionally challenging field of activity,
– Optional: a workplace at the Institute of Contemporary History (Munich-Neuhausen), with a stimulating and lively research environment,
– flexible working hours,
– attractive social benefits such as a company pension plan and capital-forming benefits.

The Institute of Contemporary History strives for a balanced gender ratio in all employment groups. We expressly encourage women to apply. Our goal is to further improve the compatibility of work and family. Severely disabled persons will be given preferential consideration if they are equally qualified.

Please send your application with curriculum vitae, high school and university transcripts, list of publications, and a letter of motivation (attachment in a single PDF file) by mail or email (max. 10 MB) by May 24, 2023 to the Director of the Institute of Contemporary History Munich- Berlin (Prof. Dr. Andreas Wirsching, Leonrodstraße 46 b, 80636 München, bewerbung[at]ifz-muenchen.de).
Please use copies if necessary, as the documents cannot be returned. Please note the data protection information.
If you have any questions, please contact
Prof. Dr. Andreas Wirsching, wirsching@ifz-muenchen.de, and
Prof. Dr. Johannes Hürter, huerter@ifz-muenchen.de

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