ITSEE (the Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing at the University of Birmingham) is currently advertising three postdoctoral fellowships.
All involve work on Greek New Testament commentary manuscripts, to start this autumn. One is on the AHRC-funded Codex Zacynthius project, using multispectral imaging to recover the text of the earliest catena on Luke. Two are on the ERC-funded CATENA project, producing a catalogue of commentary manuscripts, identifying different stages in their history and development and making electronic transcriptions and editions of their text.
The posts would be suitable for patristics scholars with experience of working with Greek manuscripts.
Further details and links to the application portal may be found at:
Candidates may apply for one or more of these positions. The deadline is 11th April 2018.
In addition, the CATENA project is advertising a funded doctoral studentship on the Pseudo-Oecumenian Catena on Romans, suitable for candidates with expertise in Greek and an interest in manuscripts. Further information and application link at:
Closing date 9th April 2018.
Informal queries may be addressed to Dr Hugh Houghton by email (links on the webpages above)