London School of Economics and Political Science (UK) has posted ads for 2 positions in International Relations:
1. Assistant Professor in International Institutions, Department of International Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK. Deadline: 23 September 2018.
2. Assistant Professor in International Relations Theory, Department of International Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK. Deadline: 23 September 2018.
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in International Business, Lord Ashcroft International Business School, Anglia Ruskin University, Chelmsford, UK. Deadline: 18 September 2018.
“We’re seeking to appoint a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in International Business with a strong commitment to undertaking high quality research and the ability to contribute excellent teaching to our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. You’ll be expected to teach on undergraduate and postgraduate courses in International Business and contribute to the supervision of research students, as well as the Departmental Research strategy.”
Call for Papers: Digital Diasporas: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, 6 and 7 June 2019, University of London, UK. Deadline: 1 December 2018.
Since Appadurai wrote on the intertwined phenomena of electronic media and migration as disruptive and defining features of modern subjectivity (1996), the relationship between digital technologies and diasporic communities has emerged as a critical area of study across a number of disciplines. However, such research risks remaining isolated within disciplinary silos, often despite the similar processes, practices and materials studied. This conference aims to inspire greater dialogue across disciplinary boundaries in order to develop a richer understanding of the role of the digital in creating and sustaining diasporic connections and communities, and of how diasporic groups and individuals transform and shape digital tools and technologies for their own creative and strategic purposes.
Organizers especially welcome research which pays attention to the linguistic and cultural dimensions of digital technologies and media. This is, however, not restricted to any specific geographical area, language or type of community. Equally, the digital is intended to encompass the fullest range of digital practices, materials and technologies, while the conference aims to include methodological and analytical approaches ranging across, for example, ethnographic, cultural studies and computational approaches.
Research Assistant, School of Education, University of Glasgow. Deadline: 17 September 2018.
Job Purpose: To make a contribution to the project: Children’s Literature in Critical Contexts of Displacement: Exploring how story and arts-based practices create ‘safe spaces’ for displaced children and young people (AHRC-GCRF Research Network). Specifically, the job requires expert knowledge in the area of intercultural education awareness, children’s literature and the arts and qualitative research methods. The post-holder will also be required to contribute to the formulation and submission of research publications and research proposals as well as help manage and direct this complex and challenging project as opportunities allow.
Research Associate: Multilingualism, University of Cambridge, UK. Deadline: 9 September 2018.
A full-time Research Associate position is available at the University of Cambridge in conjunction with the research project Multilingualism: Empowering Individuals, Transforming Societies (MEITS), funded by the AHRC under the Open World Research Initiative to promote modern languages in the UK. The post is 12 months in the first instance, available from 1 January 2019.
Professor of Media and Communication, School of Media and Communication, Faculty of Arts, Humanities & Cultures, University of Leeds, UK. Deadline: 24 August 2018.
The School of Media and Communication at the University of Leeds is a vibrant and highly ranked department with a commitment to excellence in both research and teaching. We are looking to appoint a Professor to join us to provide leadership across the range of our activities. The successful candidate will be expected to enhance the School’s research and teaching activities, working with colleagues to develop our international profile and standing. Applications are welcome from candidates whose research extends our strengths in media industries and cultural production, Journalism, political communication, global communication, visual media and communication, and digital cultures.
Lecturer in Media, Journalism and Communications, University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK. Deadline: 9 July 2018.
Job Purpose: To contribute to and build on the existing success of the MSc in Media, Communications and International Journalism, and to support future growth within that programme. To contribute to the delivery of an excellent student experience by contributing to teaching, assessment and administration processes associated with undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and to undertake scholarship to enhance learning and teaching in the School of Social & Political Sciences. This will include delivering, organising and reviewing these processes in line with School strategic objectives.
Edinburgh Napier University in Edinburgh, Scotland (UK) is advertising two positions in intercultural business communication, both with a deadline of 4 July 2018:
Associate Professor in Intercultural Business Communication.
The Tourism and Languages Subject Group, within the Business School, are seeking to appoint an Associate Professor in Intercultural Business Communication (on research pathway). The successful candidate will join the highly successful Intercultural Business Communication and Languages programmes at the Business School, which are currently the largest in Scotland and in the Top 10 in the UK (The Guardian, 2017).
As an Associate Professor, you will make a balanced contribution to teaching and learning, research and demonstrate academic leadership. You will further develop and lead a range of academic programmes in the Intercultural Business Communication and Languages area. You will also have expertise in, and be able to lead and develop language provision of, either Spanish or French within the subject area.
Lecturer in Intercultural Business Communication.
Your main responsibility will be to teach on undergraduate and postgraduate modules in Intercultural Business Communication and Languages. You will be responsible for leading modules and teaching in one of the following languages; Mandarin, Spanish or French.
Lecturer in International Development or International Relations, Swansea University, Swansea, Wales, UK. Deadline: 2 July 2018.
The department seeks to appoint a specialist in the ethical or theoretical aspects of international development or international relations and with a particular focus on international humanitarian action, and/or international climate change. Applicants, however, must be able to relate their ethical or theoretical interests to applied contexts and global policy challenges.
Research Associate, Dialogue and Argumentation for Cultural Literacy Learning in Schools (DIALLS), Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. Deadline: 20 June 2018.
The Faculty of Education at the University of Cambridge wishes to appoint a part-time Research Associate (0.6 fte) to work on a new large-scale EC Horizon 2020 project with nine partners, led by Dr Fiona Maine. The project works in schools across Europe to support the development of young people’s cultural literacy, which is defined as a set of competences and dispositions moving beyond understanding of European culture into an awareness of one’s own cultural identities and those of others. It will work with teachers from primary and secondary schools to develop a programme of cultural literacy learning, focusing on the development of dialogue and argumentation as children read and respond to visual narratives of European origin.
The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate experience of working with children and young people in schools, recording and analysing classroom discussions, particularly focusing on dialogue. They will provide support to European colleagues in the development of a Cultural Analysis Framework to enable the selection of cultural texts for the project and help recruit and work with suitable participants to develop a Cultural Literacy Learning Programme, whilst leading on the collection of data in schools. The successful candidate will also work with a European team to develop and apply consistent coding approaches for the analysis of classroom dialogue.