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The Photographic History Research Centre at De Montfort University is seeking to appoint a Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow in any area of photographic history. The PHRC is known for its world leading research in social and cultural histories of photography (see http://www.dmu.ac.uk/research/research-faculties-and-institutes/art...). You will complement existing strengths within the PHRC and will open up individual avenues of research. For more information please see the PHRC homepage.
DMU offers unique teaching of social and cultural photographic history at the BA level in History and at the MA level in Photographic History. The PHRC has a thriving doctoral student cohort, and ongoing collaborations with museum and library partners. You will be expected to engage with teaching and supervision at all levels, as well as curriculum development, outreach to institutional partners and research planning in the PHRC. An ability to work collegially within and across departments at DMU is essential.
We welcome applications from candidates with a PhD or equivalent, in any relevant field. You should have a proven track record of significant international publication, excellent teaching skills and demonstrate a willingness to engage with current debates in photographic history. You should demonstrate a clear vision for future research, academic citizenship and transformational scholarship.
For the job description, person specification and further details please click on the Job Details link.
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