Le projet Himalayan Art annonce le recrutement d’un chercheur / d’une chercheuse pour un contrat.
Présentation du travail en anglais :
The Rubin Museum of Art has begun a three-part project to advance the understanding of Himalayan Art through the lens of cultural history and cross-cultural exchange. This educational initiative, based on interdisciplinary scholarship, will explore complex connections in a region that played a prominent role as a crossroads in Asia. Project Himalayan Art—an interconnecting publication, traveling exhibition, and online resource platform—will offer multiple entry points for students, educators, and the interested public to learn about a lesser known and underrepresented cultural region necessary for a holistic understanding of Asia.
We are looking for a current graduate student with knowledge of Tibetan (and other Himalayan languages) pursuing (or recently completed) an advanced degree in Tibetan Studies in History, Religion, Anthropology, Art History, or a related discipline to: conduct research on objects, sites, and images; identify and develop content; liaise with institutions to obtain image rights, and assist the project leads on various tasks. Familiarity with software such as Word, Excel, and Photoshop desirable.
Work to be conducted independently on an hourly rate basis.
For inquiries, please contact:
Elena Pakhoutova email@example.com
Karl Debreczeny firstname.lastname@example.org