The DDGLC is a long-term project funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft and hosted by the Freie Universität Berlin. The project aims at a systematic, comprehensive and detailed lexicographical compilation and description of Greek loanwords as attested in the entire Coptic corpus through all dialects and sorts of text. Its intended outcome shall be the production of an online searchable database and of a dictionary.
Lexicographical indexing of Greek words in Coptic texts with lemmatization, translation, and grammatical analysis; Minor administrative tasks for the project. Within the framework of the project a doctorate in the field of Greek and Coptic philology can be pursued.
Applicants hold an excellent degree (M.A.) in Classical Studies, Coptology, Early Christian Studies, Egyptology, Linguistics, or related disciplines.
Profound skills in Coptic and a sound knowledge of (Classical or Koine) Greek are preconditions. Good skills in spoken and written English are likewise expected. Previous experience in fields of linguistics such as contact linguistics, lexicology or linguistic typology), and/or IT resp. Digital Humanities would be an advantage. Applicants will be expected to stay at Berlin and to have the intention to work on a PhD in the field of Coptic philology or linguistics.
All applications quoting the reference code should be addressed no later than October 15th, 2018, As an e-mail Prof. Dr. Sebastian Richter: firstname.lastname@example.org or to
Freie Universität Berlin
Fachbereich Geschichts- und Kulturwissenschaften
Herrn Prof. Dr. Sebastian Richter
14195 Berlin (Dahlem)
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We aim to elucidate the early Archean sulfur cycle to place constraints on early Archean geodynamic processes by using sulfur stable isotopes. The PhD work within the project involves detailed petrography, electron microprobe, wet chemical lab work, gas mass spectrometry and secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS) analyses.
Diploma/M.Sc. in geosciences or a related field.
A background in geochemistry and petrology is desired together with basic knowledge of isotope geochemistry as well as very good knowledge of the English language in written and oral form.
All applications quoting the reference code should be addressed no later than
October 15th, 2018 to Dr. Elis Hoffmann: email@example.com or postal to
Freie Universität Berlin
Institut für Geologische Wissenschaften
Herrn Dr. Elis Hoffmann
Malteserstr. 74-100 Haus B
12249 Berlin (Lankwitz)