The Faculty of Arts at the University of Leuven is seeking a full-time tenure-track professor in Art History specializing in the field of seventeenth-century painting in the Low Countries within the perspective of Global Art History. The Art History Department at Leuven is highly ranked internationally and has a broad perspective on diverse art historical research domains. Situated in one of the oldest university cities in the world, the department provides a stimulating context for innovative research and offers professors great autonomy in developing their own areas of interest.
Applicants are requested to submit the following documents through the university’s application platform:
– A motivation letter.- A biosketch, within which you outline your surplus value as an academic for the assigned core tasks teaching, research and service, both in your previous and projected future career (maximum two pages).- A substantiated file describing your five most important publications or realizations.- A curriculum vitae, including a full publication list.- A research plan for the next five years (maximum two pages).- A teaching plan that includes your vision for academic teaching (maximum two pages).
All applications should be submitted in English through KU Leuven’s online application platform.
The administrative language of KU Leuven is Dutch. If you do not have adequate knowledge of Dutch at the time of your appointment, KU Leuven provides you with an opportunity to acquire the necessary language competencies to teach subjects in Dutch, supervise Dutch-language papers, and take on administrative duties.
For more information about this vacancy, please contact the dean of the Faculty, Prof. Dr. Liesbet Heyvaert (tel. +32 56 24 61 45; email: firstname.lastname@example.org) or the coordinator of the Art History research group, Prof. Dr. Brigitte Dekeyzer (tel. +32 16 32 47 55; email: email@example.com).
Applications are due February 15, 2024 at 11:59 pm CET.
Visit KU Leuven’s website for more information.