Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 33, No. 258. Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London Hosted by King's Digital Lab www.dhhumanist.org Submit to: email@example.com  From: Heather Fitz Gibbon
Subject: DH position in Spatial (In)justices (75)  From: Aicardi, Christine Subject: King's College London: part-time position for a Research Assistant (76) -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: 2019-09-19 05:06:30+00:00 From: Heather Fitz Gibbon Subject: DH position in Spatial (In)justices All, I am thrilled to announce that The College of Wooster is seeking applicants for a Tenure Track position in Urban Studies, with a focus on Spatial (In)justices. We are looking for someone from an interdisciplinary humanistic approach to address issues of spatial justice, with a preference for someone who can teach GIS. Please see the summary below and the attached interfolio link: https://apply.interfolio.com/68424. If questions arise, please dont hesitate to contact me for more info. Thanks! Heather Assistant Professor, Urban Studies, Tenure-track The Urban Studies Program at The College of Wooster invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track assistant professor position in urban studies, with a focus on spatial (in)justices, to begin August 2020. Disciplinary fields and geographical areas of expertise are open, though the candidate must be able to teach courses exploring spatial issues through an interdisciplinary lens and supervise undergraduate research projects in urban studies. A strong preference will be for candidates who can offer courses in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). The teaching load is typically 5.5 courses per year, which may include advising senior theses. Applicants from any humanistic discipline or interdisciplinary field are welcome, including but not limited to, Anthropology, Art History, Architecture, Cultural Geography, History, Literary Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Sociology, and Africana Studies. This position will also be expected to participate in the Colleges First-Year Seminar Program. Candidates should hold a Ph.D. or expect to receive it within the next year, and prior teaching experience is highly desirable. The College of Wooster enrolls a diverse student body (21% domestic students of color and 15% international students); applicants should have experience with diverse student populations. Applicants should submit a cover letter; curriculum vitae; copies of unofficial graduate transcripts; evidence of strong teaching (including teaching philosophy, syllabi and student evaluations, if applicable) and research (including research statement and writing sample of 25 pages or less); diversity statement; and three reference letters through Interfolio (https://apply.interfolio.com/68424). The diversity statement should detail how the applicant has engaged and/or expects to engage with issues of diversity in the classroom and the curriculum, as well as on campus and in the broader community. If you have questions regarding Interfolio, please contactSantha Schuch, Administrative Coordinator, the Urban Studies Program, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions about the position should be directed to Heather Fitz Gibbon, Chair of Urban Studies, at email@example.com. Review of applications will begin on November 15, 2019. The College of Wooster is an independent college of the liberal arts and sciences with a commitment to excellence in undergraduate education. The College values diversity, strives to attract qualified women and minority candidates, and encourages individuals belonging to these groups to apply. Wooster seeks to ensure diversity by its policy of employing persons without regard to age, sex, color, race, creed, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, or political affiliation. The College of Wooster is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Employment is subject to federal laws requiring verification of identity and legal right to work in the United States as required by the Immigration Reform and Control Act. The College of Wooster is a drug-free workplace. Heather M. Fitz Gibbon Professor of Sociology Chair, Urban Studies Program (330)263-2371 For appointments, go to hfitzgibbon.youcanbook.me -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: 2019-09-18 15:16:48+00:00 From: Aicardi, Christine Subject: King's College London: part-time position for a Research Assistant We are looking for a Research Assistant with a background in social science or humanities to work on our exciting new project, "Imagining a better world with new technologies: shaping utopias and dystopias in translational medicine". Please spread the word. If you have any questions about the post, please don't hesitate to send an e-mail to Charlotte Kuhlbrandt (firstname.lastname@example.org). https://my.corehr.com/pls/kingrecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.display_form?p_compa ny=1&p_internal_external=E&p_display_in_irish=N&p_process_type=&p_applicant_no=& p_form_profile_detail=&p_display_apply_ind=Y&p_refresh_search=Y&p_recruitment_id =019588# Post title: Research Assistant in public engagement Department/Division: School of Population Health & Environmental Sciences Faculty: Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine Grade/salary: Grade 5, £32,100 - £36,699 per annum inclusive of £3,500 London Weighting Allowance per annum Hours of work: Part time (18.75 hours per week) Period of appointment: Fixed-term contract for 1 year Responsible to: Chair in Sociology of Health (Judith Green) Campus: Guy's Campus Application Deadline: 26th September 2019 Start date: October 2019 Role purpose The School of Population Health and Environmental Sciences is seeking a part-time Research Assistant to assist with a one-year project entitled "Imagining a better world with new technologies: shaping utopias and dystopias in translational medicine". The post holder will assist with the co-ordination of the project which looks to think critically about the social and political implications of technologies such as genetics, artificial intelligence, and robotics in health. More specifically, this qualitative research project will compare the futures being imagined within the university and research community, with the futures that seem desirable (or not) for young people in Lambeth and Southwark: this project draws on young climate change activists' reminder that they "are the future" and widens the lens to strategic questions at the intersection of science, health and society. In order to make this comparison, this project uses the concepts of utopias and dystopias to engage young people in arts-facilitated world-making conversations about the kind of society they want to live in. The post-holder will help organise these arts-facilitated workshops, followed by three public events which engage people of all ages in the local community with questions about techno-futures in health. The post holder will also help co-ordinate a sci-fi film club and other research activities. This will include assisting with an initial literature review on imagined futures in health, ethnographic observations of these events and other research activities, and analysis. The post is funded by an internal seed-funding pot for King's College London, which aims to bring different disciplines together across the university to work towards a larger research grant. The post holder will therefore work as part of a multi-disciplinary team spanning the social sciences, humanities, and sciences. Whilst they will work most closely with the Chair in Sociology of Health and the Research Associates (all medical sociologists and anthropologists), they will also be expected to co-ordinate meetings and events across disciplinary boundaries. Role profile The person appointed would have an undergraduate and Masters degree or equivalent in a relevant subject (i.e. at least one of these degrees should be in a social science or humanities subject). They would also have some experience of research in health or social care. They would have excellent organisational skills, and the ability to communicate with a range of partners including medical researchers, community centres, schools, and young people. They would demonstrate the ability to think critically and may even have a prior interest in the intersection of technology and health. _______________________________________________ Unsubscribe at: http://dhhumanist.org/Restricted List posts to: email@example.com List info and archives at at: http://dhhumanist.org Listmember interface at: http://dhhumanist.org/Restricted/ Subscribe at: http://dhhumanist.org/membership_form.php
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