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Lecturer in Social Anthropology

Lecturer in Social Anthropology

School of Social Sciences

The University of Manchester -Faculty of Humanities

Closing date : 05/02/2014
Reference : HUM-03903
Faculty / Organisational unit : Humanities
School / Directorate : School of Social Sciences
Division : Social Anthropology
Employment type : Permanent
Location : Oxford Road, Manchester
Salary : £33,562 to £46,400 per annum
Hours per week : Full time
 
Applications are invited for the two available posts of Lecturer in Social Anthropology, available from 1 August 2014.
 
You must have a completed PhD in Social or Cultural Anthropology and have a proven experience of (or clear evidence of potential to deliver) effective research-led and research informed teaching in a higher education institution.
 
The Anthropology Discipline Area has an international reputation for high quality research and teaching across a range of thematic areas, including Visual Anthropology.
 
As part of our strategy to raise the research profile of Manchester Anthropology and to enhance our reputation as a world leading department, we are seeking to appoint two outstanding individuals who will both enrich our exciting programme of research and contribute to the delivery of our teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
 
You will be a dynamic researcher who will significantly enhance the capacity of the Anthropology Discipline Area to produce world-leading research. You must also be able to deliver research-led and research-informed teaching across a range of courses, including contributing to core teaching in the fields of Political and Economic Anthropology (which could include Anthropology of Enterprise/Business Anthropology and/or Anthropology of Globalization/Development), Anthropology of Materiality and/or Anthropology of Religion.
 
 
Informal enquiries
 
Informal enquiries can be made to Maia Green
 
 
The University of Manchester values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
 
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