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Humanist Archives: April 10, 2020, 7:53 a.m. Humanist 33.748 - asst/assoc professorships (Nottingham in China)

                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 33, No. 748.
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        Date: 2020-04-09 15:45:25+00:00
        From: Andrew White 
        Subject: 2 academic jobs in the School of International Communications at the University of Nottingham's China campus

The University of Nottingham's China campus has the following 2 vacancies
in the School of International Communications

Assistant/Associate Professor in Digital Humanities [181025]

Assistant Professor (Lecturer) in Mobile Studies [181028]

Closing date: 10 May 2020

Join a unique British University in China. The University of Nottingham
Ningbo China (UNNC) was the first Sino-foreign University to open its doors
in China. This award-winning campus offering a UK style education has grown
to establish a student body of over 8,000 in just 15 years.

A pioneer in Sino-foreign tertiary education, UNNC is rapidly expanding as
part of the University of Nottingham’s Global University. The institution
seeks ambitious, talented academics with a flair for research and a passion
for teaching to join its team of experts, offering unique teaching and
research opportunities in a highly dynamic economy.

The School of International Communications is the largest school in the
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, and is affiliated to the
Department of Culture, Media and Visual Studies at the Nottingham UK
campus. Our BA (Hons) in International Communications is a provincial level
accredited degree which includes a dedicated programme of study for a
European or East Asian language. Its sister programme, BA (Hons) in
International Communications with Chinese, has proved successful in
attracting high quality international students to the school. We currently
run an MA programme in International Communications and also have one of
the most successful PhD programmes in the university.

The post-holders will be expected to teach across the full range of our
programmes, undertake supervision of BA and MA dissertation students and
PGR students, and conduct research and external engagement in the school’s
main research areas. More details of the school and its teaching and
research activities can be found here:


These posts are expected to begin from 1 September 2020 and will initially
be offered on a fixed-term contract with the University of Nottingham
Ningbo China for a period of up to five years. This contract may be
extended on an indefinite basis by mutual agreement, subject to revised
terms and conditions.

All applicants are required to formally apply online for these positions.

An attractive package, including accommodation allowance, flights and
insurance, will be provided to all successfully appointed candidates.

All posts will be based in Ningbo and contracts will be with the University
of Nottingham Ningbo, China.

Informal enquiries may be addressed to Dr. Filippo GILARDI, head of School
of International Communications email: Filippo.Gilardi@nottingham.edu.cn.
Please note that applications sent directly to this email address will not
be accepted.

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