FASoS offers tenure-track positions in the fields of cyber-security & politics and social & political philsophy
The Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, Maastricht University is seeking an “assistant professor in cyber-security and politics” to be appointed in the Department of Political Science, as well as an “assistant professor in social and political philosophy” to be appointed in the Department of Philosophy. Both positions have a potential affiliation with the STS research program MUSTS (Maastricht University Science, Technology and Society Studies).
Some details on the tenure-track position on Cyber-security and Politics:
“Specialisations can be on the interrelationships between political, social, cultural, ethical and technical aspects of cybersecurity and what they mean for the security of individuals, organisations and nation states; or on the national, transnational, and global regulation of cyberspace. Research is carried out in the Research Institute for Arts and Social Sciences, in particular, the interdisciplinary research programmes Science, Technology and Society Studies, or Politics and Culture in Europe. … Suitable candidates will have a PhD degree in Political Science, Law, Science and Technology Studies, Security Studies, Media and Communication Studies or a related field.”
Additional information: Topics might include issues of surveillance, data security, electronic patient records, or the security of financial systems.
More information and application: https://www.academictransfer.com/en/52520/assistant-professor-in-cyber-security-and-politics-at-the-faculty-of-arts-and-social-sciences-department-of-political-science-10fte-6-year-tenure-track-position/
Some details on the tenure-track position on Social and Political Philosophy:
“FASoS is seeking an assistant professor with demonstrated excellence in teaching and research in social and/or political philosophy. Research is carried out within the context of the Research Institute for Arts and Social Sciences and, in particular, relating to the interdisciplinary research programme Political Culture in Europe or Science, Technology and Society Studies. … Suitable candidates will have a PhD degree in philosophy with a focus on modern society, culture and/or politics. Knowledge of the social and political impacts of digitalisation is a recommendation.”
More information and application: https://www.academictransfer.com/nl/52516/assistant-professor-in-social-and-political-philosophy-at-the-faculty-of-arts-and-social-sciences-department-of-philosophy-10-fte-6-year-tenure-track-position/