University Teacher in Human Geography - Grade 7 (0.75 FTE)

University of Liverpool - Department of Geography and Planning

Faculty of Sciences and Engineering

School of Environmental Sciences

We are seeking a University Teacher in Human Geography whose teaching interests relate well to the cluster as well as linking to the wider Department of Geography and Planning, the School of Environmental Sciences, and the University more broadly, in order to offer high-quality teaching.

Areas of expertise within the cluster cohere around, but are not limited to, four crosscutting themes which are central to the teaching programme:

(1) the materiality of mobilities and networks, including the materiality of migrant travel and the materiality of bodies in mobile spaces;

(2) activisms and alternatives, including the ability to imagine and bring into being social, cultural and political alternatives, including the small and pre-figurative and alternative discourses as well as larger scale processes of social change;

(3) histories, pasts and memories, including research on how histories and memories of the past shapes presents; and

(4) knowledges, identities and everyday practices, including research that questions the methodologies and theories geographers draw on to interpret the world.

Further details of the cluster may be found at:

You should have a PhD and relevant experience of Human Geography teaching at undergraduate and preferably postgraduate level, including dissertation supervision and large as well as small-group tutorials.

The post is available working on a 0.75fte basis until 31 August 2018.

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