University Lecturer in Interculturality, Centre for the Arts in Society, University of Leiden, Netherlands. Deadline: 31 March 2022.
The Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society (LUCAS) is seeking to hire a University Lecturer (UD) with an expertise in intercultural and postcolonial studies, transnationalism, migration and globalization studies, and critical race theory in relation to arts, culture and society in Europe; as well as familiarity with film, literature or media studies, with an emphasis on new digital technologies.
The successful applicant will conduct research and teach courses at BA and MA levels. These include the BA Film and Literary Studies, BA International Studies (track Europe), the MA programmes Literary Studies (track Literature in Society) and Media Studies (track Cultural Analysis), and BA courses at Leiden University College (The Hague).
LUCAS is an international academic community that is firmly committed to developing critical and inclusive approaches to culture, art and society, and to increasing its own diversity and inclusiveness. While the focus of this position is on interculturality within and in relation to Europe, we therefore particularly welcome candidates who are well acquainted with, for example, African, Caribbean, Asian, Pacific, Latin American, Romani and/or indigenous cultures and arts, and/or the cultures and arts of migrant communities.