Over the years, many MIM core teaching and training activities (seminars, classes…) have been entrusted to a number of external teachers/lecturers/trainers. The new two-year MIM course intends to maintain and reinforce this successful collaboration pattern, and the MIM Consortium is now seeking the collaboration of high-profile, external scholars. Applications are welcomed for the following area of expertise:
- Contemporary Lebanon and Palestinian Refugees
- Political demography in the Arab World
- Contemporary Libya/ Violence/ History of Libya
The selected applicants will be expected to teach a seminar of 1 week at the Ca’Foscari University of Venice (UNIVE) in January, February or March 2018. A “week” is defined as minimum of 4 out of 7 consecutive calendar days and may include travelling time.
Please consult the Application requirements of the UNIVE Call.