The Max Planck Institute for the History of Science in Berlin announces the Lorenz Krueger postdoctoral fellowship for 2008-2010. This award targets outstanding junior scholars whose current research combines perspectives from the history of science with those of the philosophy of science and/or the history of philosophy. The fellowship is named in honor of the late Professor Lorenz Krüger, of the University of Göttingen, whose work sought to connect philosophy with the history of science.
The Lorenz Krüger Fellowship is awarded for a two year stay at the Institute in Berlin, beginning 1 March 2008.
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The Department of Human Development at Cornell University seeks applicants for two tenure-track assistant professor positions in any area to begin July 2008. These positions extend a major building program in the Department that has resulted in eight significant hires in recent years. The Department has a broad base in normative developmental psychology and sociology that includes social, personality, cognitive, emotional, and biological domains.
Update: AHP has confirmed with Cornell that specialists in the history of development are invited to submit applications.
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