Assistant Professor in Intercultural Communication, Department of Applied Linguistics, University of Warwick, UK. Deadline: 27 September, 2021.
University of Warwick is looking for an experienced and creative Assistant Professor who will contribute to the Department’s undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes, especially MSc Intercultural Communication, BA Language, Culture & Communication, and PhD, and actively engage in the Department’s research areas.
You will be an ambitious academic, with expertise in the intercultural field. Applications from candidates specialising in quantitative research methodology and two or more of the following areas are particularly welcome: cross-cultural psychology, intercultural competence assessment, global public relations, internal communications in multicultural contexts, international development. You will have a PhD in a relevant field. You will have an excellent record of recent, high quality publications in top-rated journals and successful experience of teaching at undergraduate/postgraduate levels.
The Center for Applied Linguistics at the University of Warwick is currently advertising 2 positions:
Assistant or Associate Professor of Psycholinguistics, Deadline: 6 May 2018.
You will be an ambitious linguist, with expertise in psycholinguistics. Applicants with a specialism in two or more of the following areas are particularly encouraged to apply: first language acquisition, second language acquisition, language and cognition, multilingualism, quantitative research methodology, semantics.
Senior Teaching Fellow: Applied Linguistics – Intercultural Communication, Deadline: 19 April 2018. Fixed term contract for 2 years.
You will be an applied linguist with expertise in two or more of the following areas: intercultural communication, intercultural adaptation, pragmatics, communication process, intercultural business communication, globalisation and diversity, qualitative research methodology.
Language, Translation, and Migration Conference and Public Summit. University of Warwick, UK, 24-26 May 2018. Deadline: 15 February 2018.
The modern world is interconnected, mobile, multilingual and diverse. Linguistic diversity however does not indicate linguistic equality. On the contrary, the linguistically diverse nature of contemporary societies has implications for social justice, with potentially differential access to resources and the public sphere. In this context the politics of language are a significant factor for the promotion of social cohesion. Research has repeatedly shown that linguistic and ethnic minorities are disadvantaged in interaction with institutions. This two-day conference brings together scholars and practitioners from different professional and disciplinary backgrounds to discuss the role of language as a key factor in globalised societies.
The conference will be followed by a public summit focusing on the relationship between language, translation, social mobility and social cohesion. Participants will include scholars from the Humanities and Social Sciences as well as representatives from the voluntary sector, the creative industries, non-governmental organisations and policy makers.
We invite contributions which encourage interdisciplinary dialogue between scholars and practitioners in sociolinguistics and applied linguistics, translation studies, modern languages, sociology, health, legal studies and other areas in which language behaviour and language politics play a key role both as research objects and professional practices.
Professor of Applied Linguistics/English Language & Linguistics
University of Warwick – Centre for Applied Linguistics
Closes: 3rd January 2016
You will be an outstanding academic with significant international experience working in the broad field of applied linguistics, including (but not limited to) areas such as TESOL, English Language & Linguistics, Intercultural Communication, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis, Language Learning and Assessment. You will have an excellent record of recent, high quality publications in top-rated journals and successful experience of applying for research funding. You will be committed to the applied relevance of your research. You will lead the development and implementation of our research strategy, including REF planning, and undertake significant senior management responsibilities as well as some teaching and research supervision.
Informal enquiries: email Professor Helen Spencer-Oatey, Director of the Centre for Applied Linguistics.