Deadline: 1st Jun 2020
The successful applicant will be based in the Lee Kai Hung Postdoctoral College at MCI, and work independently under the supervision of the MCI director. S/he will have a completed PhD in the humanities or social sciences, and possess a demonstrable ability to produce world-class research. While applications from across China studies are welcome, slight preference will be given to research that can contribute to ongoing MCI research projects on 1) Anglo-Chinese contacts and mutual attitudes, and 2) the political psychology of cross-Strait relations.
The Manchester China Institute seeks to improve mutual understanding in UK-China relations. It supports a vibrant China studies research community at the global top-30 University of Manchester, which boasts the largest Chinese student population of any university in Europe. Manchester is also home to the second largest Chinese community in the UK.
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