|Salary:||£33,797 to £59,135|
|Placed On:||5th November 2019|
|Closes:||10th January 2020|
Furthermore, the post-holder will benefit from collaborating with a wide array of scholars working on Digital Humanities in other departments. The Faculty of Arts and Humanities is one of the best in the world (ranked 27th in the 2020 THE rankings), and all of its departments have significant research projects in Digital Humanities. These include: the scientific study of manuscripts, digital theology, large-scale digital musical analysis, digital textual criticism, digital technologies for museums and other memory institutions, the ethics of digital modelling and simulation, and the philosophical and political implications of the digital transformation of our culture.
The successful candidates will have the ability and desire to collaborate with leading scholars in the Humanities, and to work towards wider societal impact of their research work.
Computer Science at Durham is a growing department with considerable investment in people, buildings and facilities. This is an exciting time to join this outstanding, innovative, and inclusive department.
As a University we foster a collegiate community of extraordinary people aligned to the University’s 5 values (inspiring; challenging; innovative; responsible; enabling). Furthermore Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) are a key part of the University’s Strategy and a central part of everything we do, including ensuring we recruit the World’s best candidates regardless of background or identity.
The successful candidate will be able to provide evidence of outstanding research and teaching potential as well as demonstrating a commitment to EDI and the values of the University.
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