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Application deadline extended: research assistant, History department (Praedoc; m/f/d)

AB Geschichte: Wiss. Mitarbeiter*in (Praedoc; m/w/d)

AB Geschichte: Wiss. Mitarbeiter*in (Praedoc; m/w/d)

Bewerbungsfrist: 17.01.2023

News from Jan 09, 2022

65% part-time employment

temporary up to 4 years
pay group 13 TV-L FU
Identifier: OEI_ABGesch_2023_1

The Department of History of Eastern and East Central Europe is being reorganized. For the team of the professorship, which is currently being established, we are looking for a motivated researcher

In research and teaching, we are primarily concerned with the history of the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union and the post-Soviet space. Transnational and global historical references play a particularly important role.


- Participation in research and teaching at the Department of History at the Institute for East European Studies
- Preparation of a dissertation
- Conducting lectures

The position serves the own scientific qualification.

Requirements for employment:

- Completed academic degree (Master, Magister, Diplom) in History, Eastern European History or a related subject.


- Good knowledge of an Eastern (Central) European language as well as of the English language
- Willingness to take on tasks in academic self-administration
- Please attach a short synopsis of a possible PhD project (max. 2 pages) to your application.

For further information, please contact Herr Prof. Robert Kindler (robert.kindler@fu-berlin.de/ 030-83859423).


Further Information

Applications should be submitted electronically by e-mail to Prof. Dr. Robert Kindler, stating the identifier in PDF format (preferably as one document): robert.kindler@fu-berlin.de or by mail to the

Free University of Berlin
Central Institute for Eastern Europe
History of Eastern and East Central Europe
Mr. Prof. Dr. Robert Kindler
Garystr. 55
14195 Berlin (Dahlem)

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