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AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

Postdoctoral fellowship in philosophy of mathematics (1y), Nancy, FRANCE

 *One year Post-doc Fellowship in the context of the ANR-DFG research
    the /Laboratoire d'Histoire des Sciences et de Philosophie?Archives
    Henri-Poincar/, Nancy (UMR 7117,
    ) or at /the Institut d'Histoire et de Philosophie des Sciences/,
    Paris (UMR 8590, ).*

    *We invite applications for a postdoctoral fellowship for 12 months
    in the academic year 2014/15 (October 1st 2014 to September 30th
    2015) in the context of the project mentioned above.
    The project aims to study the relation between mathematical
    objectivity and the role of representation in mathematics from a
    philosophical point if view, with particular attention to historical
    development of mathematics and to mathematical practice. The
    directive lines of the project are available here:
      The successful candidate is expected to contribute to the
    realization of this project and to reside in Nancy or Paris during
    the whole your of her/his grant. The decision where she/he should
    reside in Nancy or Paris throughout the year will be taken by
    ourselves, according to the research topic. The grant amount
    (1600-1800/month after taxes) is set by French regulations.
    We encourage to apply young scholars having received their doctoral
    degree in the last 5 years in the domain of philosophy of
    mathematics and the like with a proven potential to conduct and
    publish research at a level of international excellence.
        Applications should include:

      * A (brief) letter of application including personal information
        academic background, and research interests
      * A proposal for a research project (3-4 pages) aiming to
        contribute to MathObRe
      * CV including a list of publications, talks, conferences attended
        and teaching experience.
      * One or two recommendation letters from a recognised scholar in
        the field.

      This material is to be sent by e-mail to
      Gerhard Heinzmann
      Marco Panza
    before April 30th at midnight (French time). Decisions will be made
    by May 31th, 2014.