Post-doctoral Teaching and Research Fellowship (Chinese Language and Culture)

London, UK
Deadline: 20th Nov 2018

This post is full time, 35 hours per week and is fixed term until 31 December 2020

The School of Humanities seeks to employ a Post-doctoral Teaching and Research Fellow in Chinese to contribute to its wide range of teaching and research activities. These include a rich portfolio of undergraduate combined degrees in Chinese, and MA Specialised Translation, and an MA Translation and Interpreting.

The post holder will be expected to make a contribution to undergraduate Chinese language and culture teaching. We are looking for somebody with a research profile in Chinese studies with particular focus on visual culture, propaganda, and/or PRC cultural history to speak to and complement existing and ongoing work in the School. Specifically, the post-holder will be expected to develop and contribute to research projects, including grant applications and public engagement projects, which involve the University’s Chinese propaganda poster collection.

The post-holder will be expected to perform administrative duties and to supervise research projects at all levels. The post holder will hold a PhD and will have an emerging research profile as evidenced in peer-reviewed publications.

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Closing Date: midnight on 22 November 2018

Interviews are likely to be held on: w/c 3 December 2018

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