Lecturer in Intercultural Communication, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, England, UK. Deadline: 24 June 2022.
The School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences (ECLS) is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Intercultural Communication. The successful applicant will be part of a diverse and collegiate team of academics, researchers and professional support staff delivering high quality teaching and research in the Applied Linguistics & Communication (ALC) subject area. You will have a strong background in Intercultural Communication and will have expertise in international workplaces, virtual exchange, migration and mobility, or minoritised communities.
You will carry out high quality research in the area of Intercultural Communication, contributing to the profile and research culture of the ALC subject area, the School of ECLS, and the relevant research centres and institutes across the University.
You will make a significant contribution to teaching, personal tutoring, and supervision within the ALC subject area, particularly on the suite of MA Cross-Cultural Communication programmes, and also at undergraduate level. Preferably, you will have experience of teaching Sociolinguistics and/or Research Methods at postgraduate level. You will, where appropriate, make a contribution to academic administration within the School.
Success Stories of Refugees in Europe: Celebrating the contributions of children and highly skilled adults, BAAL Multilingualism Special Interest Group and Newcastle University (Online), June 16, 2021, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm (BST).
Europe has experienced major waves of refugee immigration, which has led to over a million refugees and asylum seekers across EU countries to date. Children and adults have been equally affected and often placed in marginalised positions by their host communities who often failed to fully value their contributions. This event, which has been organised by the BAAL Multilingualism SIG and hosted by Newcastle University’s School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences, celebrates the linguistic and cultural contributions of refugees, both children and adults, in Europe. It will bring together researchers, practitioners and members of the public interested in current debates about refugee integration in Europe.
The event is free but registration is required.
Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Intercultural Communication, Education, Communication & Language Science, Newcastle University, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK. Deadline: October 8, 2018.
The School of Education, Communication & Language Sciences are seeking to appoint a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Applied Linguistics & Communication with a specialism in Intercultural Communication. You will contribute to the research output of the Applied Linguistics & Communication subject area, to supervising postgraduate research students, and to teaching, particularly on the MA Cross-Cultural Communication programme.
Expertise in the following areas is welcome but not essential: English as a Lingua Franca, Intercultural Workplaces, Intercultural Education, Intercultural Pragmatics, Research Methods in Intercultural Communication, Critical Discourse Analysis, Corpus Linguistics, Quantitative Analysis.
Research Assistant/Associate in Professional Intercultural Communicative Competence for Refugee Professionals – B89444R. The post will be based in the Applied Linguistics and Communication section of the School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences at Newcastle University. Closes: 30th October 2017
You will play a central role in the success of an Erasmus+ Higher Education project on developing professional intercultural communication competence among refugees. You will contribute to research design, data collection and analysis, and liaison with project partners and participants in the UK, Austria and the Netherlands, including refugees and language teachers working with them. You will also contribute to project administration and management, under the supervision of the project Principal Investigator, and to the writing of project materials and research reports and peer-reviewed publications, as well as to dissemination of the project at seminars and conferences.
For this role we are seeking an experienced and professional researcher who will be a subject specialist in the area of education and intercultural communication. You will also have a good knowledge of mixed methods research approaches.
A good Master’s degree in a relevant discipline (education, applied linguistics, languages) is essential, as is good knowledge of the fields of intercultural communication and language pedagogy. A PhD or equivalent significant relevant experience (either completed or close to completion) in a relevant discipline (for example, education, applied linguistics, modern languages, technology) is desirable.
You will be expected to take significant initiative in their work and to work closely with the Principal Investigator over the details of the project. You will also contribute, where practical, to teaching and teacher training related to professional intercultural communication competence.
The post is fixed term to 31.8.2019, and will be part-time at 40% FTE.
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Research Associate for Critical Heritages: performing and representing Identities in Europe
Newcastle University – Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences – Arts & Cultures
Closes: 30th September 2016
Media, Culture, Heritage at Newcastle University wishes to appoint a talented digital heritage research associate to join the international team of the Horizon 2020 – funded project Critical Heritages: performing and representing Identities in Europe (COHERE). The successful applicant will work closely with Dr Areti Galani to explore current institutional and grass-roots digital heritage practices and the use of digital design methodologies in fostering dialogue around European heritage(s) with a variety of stakeholders and/or communities. The post holder will organise fieldwork, contribute to workshops and develop training materials and academic publications.
You will have an excellent scholarship record and wide knowledge of heritage and museum studies, digital heritage theory and practice, literature on national identity and identity construction, and media studies. You will also have strong communication skills and experience in working across disciplines and with a diverse group of people.
The post requires flexible working hours and the ability to travel to other consortium countries in Europe and Turkey.
The post is fixed term for 3 years, at 20% FTE.
For an informal conversation about this post please contact Dr Areti Galani (areti.galani[at]ncl.ac.uk)