Assistant Professor in International & Comparative Education, School of Education, Durham University, Durham, UK. Deadline: 12 February 2021.
The School of Education at Durham University seeks to appoint a talented individual to the role of Assistant Professor in International and Comparative Education. Most welcome are applications from those with research and teaching interests that are aligned with the International and Comparative Education research cluster within the School.
Research in this cluster draws together the expertise from the extensive and varied international dimensions of educational research from across the department. The cluster centres on multidisciplinary, international and intercultural research which positions educational issues in an international and comparative framework. The cluster engages with methodological, epistemological and theoretical projects which advance understandings of educational issues through international and comparative lenses. Social, spatial and linguistic inequalities are central to the synergies of this group, including explorations around relational educational inequalities between the ‘Global North and Global South’.
Researchers collaborating in this cluster recognise the multiplicity of individuals’ languages, cultures, identities, histories. The collaborations in the cluster foreground youth participation, engagement and responsibility for social justice, both locally and globally. A broad range of projects across the department involve international and comparative methodologies with sites of exploration and collaboration including China, South Africa, Jordan, Brazil, Columbia, Mexico, Turkey, Australia and many contexts across Europe.
The researchers in the cluster draw on a range of perspectives in international education and comparative methodologies. This includes large scale national and international comparisons as well as research that foregrounds socially constructed, dialogic, experiential and reflexive approaches to research and learning, and approaches that give voice to people from marginalised communities, particularly around experiences of migration and mobility. Intercultural education and the role of language, culture, identity and belonging are an integral part of the cluster.
Communication Instructor, International College of Beijing, University of Colorado Denver, Beijing, China. Deadline: open until filled, review begins February 15, 2021.
The University of Colorado Denver’s Department of Communication invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure-track teaching position at the International College of Beijing (ICB). The job will commence in September of 2021, with arrival potentially required several weeks before then due to evolving Covid-19 quarantine requirements. Depending on the performance of the individual hired, multi-year renewals are possible.
They seek a colleague who can teach a wide range of Communication courses touching upon new and digital media, strategic and workplace communication, and general major requirements, including COMM 1021, Introduction to Media Studies; COMM 2020, Communication, Citizenship, and Social Justice; and courses supporting one or more of the Department’s pathways in media and cultural studies, global and intercultural communication, and strategic communication. Above all else, they seek a dynamic and charismatic teacher committed to best practices in student-centered pedagogy and advancing the internationalization of communication via hands-on, skills-based, experiential, and problem-based learning.
Associate Professor in Film and Media Studies, Department of Visual Studies, Lingnan University, Hong Kong. Deadline: Open until filled; review of applications begins February 2021.
The Department of Visual Studies (VS) offers a multi-disciplinary course of study, focusing on art history and film art. VS admits about 30 undergraduate, MPhil and PhD students each academic year. The BA (Hons) in Visual Studies curriculum emphasises the history and theory of visual arts and culture in Asia and beyond; in addition, the programme offers students practical, object- and skill-based learning through studio practice, video production, curating and internships. The Department also offers a taught Master’s programme in Curating and Art History (MACAH). Another new taught Master’s programme in Creative and Media Industries (MACMI) will be launched in 2021/22.
VS is inviting applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Associate Professor to contribute to teaching and research in the areas of media industries and film studies. The appointee is expected to: (i) teach relevant courses at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels, including supervising undergraduate and/or postgraduate final projects; (ii) to develop innovative and rigorous research and generate research outputs with high impact; and (iii) to contribute to service and development of the Department. The appointee will be expected to make substantial contribution to the developing MACMI programme, and may need to assume a concurrent appointment as the Programme Director.
Lingnan University, a distinctive liberal arts institution in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, is committed to the provision of quality whole-person education by combining the best of Chinese and Western liberal arts traditions.
Premier Assistant or Chargé de Cours in Social Psychology, Faculties of Psychological and Educational Sciences & Philosophy and Social Sciences, Université libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium. Deadline: 1 January 2021.
Full time academic position in the field of social psychology within the faculty of psychological and educational sciences and one of its research centers. The candidate should pursue research in social psychology as applied to the topics of migration, emigration, immigration and/or asylum.
The research agenda of this position is in line with the research programmes developed in the field of migration studies in the Faculty of Psychological and Educational Sciences (Center for Social and Cultural Psychology) and in the Faculty of Philosophy and Social Sciences (Group for Research on Ethnic Relations, Migration and Equality), as well as within the framework of the transdisciplinary centre Migration, Asylum, Multiculturalism, located within the Institute for European Studies of the ULB.
Assistant Professor of Pedagogy, Theories of Education and Social Education, Department of Philosophy and Cultural Heritage, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Venice, Italy. Deadline: 21 December 2020.
Ca’ Foscari is looking for a researcher in the area of Pedagogy, Theories of Education and Social Education, capable of inspiring students to become game-changers in their own fields and to make a genuine difference in the world.
The assistant professor will carry out research based on a precise knowledge of the authors and of the themes of educational sciences, adult education as well as the foundations of social and intercultural pedagogy, will focus on the deepening of the epistemic dimensions of pedagogy in relation to the issues of complexity and sustainability, on the analysis and reworking of curriculum theories, on the issues of initial training and professional development of teachers and the educational professions, on the relationship between formal and informal educational processes and the use of new digital technologies for learning.
Assistant Professor, Department of Communication, Faculty of Arts & Sciences, Université de Montréal, Montréal, Canada. Deadline: January 31, 2020.
The Department of Communication invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position of Assistant Professor to fulfill research and teaching needs in the field of public relations, crisis management, stakeholder engagement, advocacy or relationships with governments. Candidates whose work addresses contemporary social issues, such as those related to diversity, equity and inclusion; health and accessibility; environment and sustainability; among other possibilities will be prioritized.
An adequate knowledge of the French language (written and spoken) or a strong commitment to attaining the proficiency level required, in accordance with the Université de Montréal’s Language Policy. An institutional learning support program is offered to all professors wishing to learn French or improve their communication skills.
Research position in Sociology of Transnationalization and Social Anthropology with Prof. Dr. Antje Missbach, Faculty of Sociology, University of Bielefield, Germany, starting 1 March 2021, for 5 years. Deadline: 1 December 2020.
independent research in the field of sociology of global/transnational migration and mobility, with special consideration of migratory movement in the Global South and collaboration in developing new research projects in the fields of forced displacement, maritime migration and transit migration (70 %)
teaching in the field of sociology of global/transnational migration and mobility, to the extent of 4 LVS incl. the mentoring of students (20 %)
collaboration in academic self-administration and general university administration (10 %)
scientific university degree (Master’s, Magister, Diploma, First State Examination or equivalent) in Sociology or related Social Sciences
completed PhD in in Sociology or related Social Sciences, with specialisation in Migration and/or Refugee studies
extensive knowledge in and publications on migratory movements and asylum policies in the Global South, preferably Asia
very good English skills (oral and written)
very good language skills (oral and written) in a non-European language
independent, responsible and committed work
significant organizational and coordinating skills
cooperative and teamoriented working style
King’s College London is advertising several positions, with different application deadlines:
Research Officer, Policy Institute, King’s College London, UK, fixed term (until 28 February 2022). Deadline: 30 November 2020.
The Research Officer will work on TASO’s research programme to develop a better understanding of what works to support widening participation and student success. Under the guidance of the Research Programmes Manager and Evidence & Evaluation Manager, the post holder will help support the commissioning of new projects as part of a programme of external research involving practitioners, evaluators and researchers from multiple institutions. They will work across these projects to manage and monitor progress, collate findings, analyse data and help steer the overall research programme. They may also undertake research projects themselves, including synthesis of secondary research; conducting qualitative, quantitative and/or survey research.
2. Instructional Designer, King’s Online, King’s College London, UK. Deadline: 22 November 2020.
Instructional Designers in King’s Online, Professional & Executive Education (OPEE) work collaboratively with both academics and creative designers to create effective and engaging online courses. They play a crucial role in shaping the learning experience of our online students: ensuring that the content is presented in a clear and memorable way, with meaningful interaction to prepare students for success on their course and in their careers.
3. Lecturer in Humanistic and Social Computing Education, Digital Humanities Department, King’s College London, UK. Deadline: 6 December 2020.
The Department of Digital Humanities is seeking to appoint one Lecturer in Humanistic and Social Computing (Academic Education Pathway). The post holder will contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching across our degrees including the MA Digital Culture and Society, MA Digital Asset and Media Management, MA Big Data & Society, and the BA Digital Culture. The post holder will have a sound knowledge of the key concepts, theories, debates and challenges in digital cultures, with experience of teaching both theory and practice and a good understanding of academic writing and academic research methods linked to the digital. A focus on social and humanistic computing, critical HCI, critical and sustainable design is particularly welcome. A focus on social and humanistic computing, critical HCI, critical and sustainable design is particularly welcome.
Assistant Professor (Lecturer, Non-tenure track), University of Utah Asia Campus, Songdo, South Korea. Deadline: November 15, 2020.
The Department of Communication at the University of Utah invites applications for a non-tenure-track Assistant Professor (Lecturer) position effective January 1, 2021. The successful candidate will be an excellent teacher dedicated to cultivating informed and ethical students who are ready to enter the workforce as well-prepared professionals. The successful candidate must be willing to teach courses, such as video production, principles of visual communication, visual theory, media generally, introductory courses, intro to speech, communication theory, and communication and/or media history. Teaching in strategic communication is a plus. Additionally, depending on the candidate selected, an administrative component may be possible.
Position located at the Utah Asia Campus (UAC) in Songdo, South Korea. All courses taught at the UAC are in English. The standard annual teaching load for lecturers at the UAC is 3/3/1 (three courses in the fall and the spring respectively and one course either during the winter or the summer). Successful candidates for the position should have a Ph.D. in Communication or a related discipline and evidence of teaching excellence.
Multiple positions in International Studies, Communication/Media, Humanities, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China. Deadline: Varies by position.
Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor/Professor in International Studies, Deadline November 15, 2020.
(Specializations include Intercultural Communication, and Linguistics)
Leading Professor in Communication and Media Studies, Deadline: December 4, 2020.
Professor in Communication and Media Studies, Deadline: December 4, 2020.
Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor/Professor in Humanities, Deadline: November 30, 2020.