Australian Catholic University, Centre for Philosophy and Phenomenology of Religion
Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Philosophy
The Centre for Philosophy and Phenomenology of Religion (CPPR), at the Australian Catholic University, announces a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship aimed at supporting the work of a high-achieving early career researcher for a period of up to four years. The Postdoctoral Fellow will conduct research relating to some aspect of the project"New Waves in French Phenomenology," further details on which are provided below.
The CPPR (www.acu.edu.au/philosophy/cppr) is headed by Professor Kevin Hart (Edwin B. Kyle Chair of Christian Studies at the University of Virginia, and the Eric D'Arcy Chair in Philosophy at the Australian Catholic University), and also includes, as full-time members, Dr. Nick Trakakis, Dr. Jeffrey Hanson and Dr. Chris Hackett. The Centre promotes research into all aspects of philosophy of religion, with special emphasis on phenomenological approaches as pursued in European philosophy from Husserl and Heidegger to contemporary French thought. (Further details on the activities of the Centre are given in the document below.)