The Department of Culture, Media & Creative Industries seeks to hire a Lecturer in Culture, Media & Creative Industries, specialising in creative economies. This exciting new post will contribute to the excellent research profile of the department while also engaging in teaching, leadership and pastoral support across our expanding portfolio of both in-person and online courses. This includes the BA Culture, Media & Creative Industries and three postgraduate programmes: Cultural & Creative Industries MA; Arts & Cultural Management MA, and Global Media Industries MA. The post seeks to build on both long-standing and emerging research and teaching strengths in subjects relating to the creative economies. This includes industry-focused research spanning the cultural, media, creative and entertainment industries, ecological approaches to creative economies, and teaching that develops students’ understanding of cultural economics. Research and teaching interests that focus on the Global South are especially welcomed. In keeping with the department’s strategic priorities of inclusivity, sustainability, care, and reflexivity, applicants’ research and teaching should demonstrate a commitment to making critical and positive interventions in society through its exploration of creative economies.
The successful candidate will hold a PhD in Culture, Media & Creative Industries or a closely related discipline, with an excellent knowledge and understanding of a relevant field of expertise. They will be a highly effective educator, with experience of both face-to-face and online teaching and assessment in Higher Education, a commitment to student learning and welfare, and an aptitude for working within an interdisciplinary framework. Indicatively, the post-holder will be able to teach on modules such as Cultural production in a changing world; Creative institutions and industries: practice and management (level 4); Cultural economies; Cultural policy and governance; TV and platform studies (level 5); Cultural markets; Cultural policy; The entrepreneurial opportunity – arts and culture; Entertainment industries; and across team taught compulsory MA modules (level 7). We would like the post holder to develop the department’s portfolio of BA option modules in line with the Programme’s development and in relation to creative economies. They will also play a prominent role in designing and delivering new online modules for use in virtual short courses and further Programme development within the Department.
We encourage applications from members of groups with protected characteristics that have been marginalized on any grounds enumerated under the Equality Act. We particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic candidates, as they are under-represented at this level.
In applying for this role please include a covering letter clearly indicating how you meet the essential and desirable criteria below, and an up-to-date CV. Applicants are asked to include, as part of their covering letter, a separate statement describing past experience of, and/or future plans for, promoting diversity and inclusion.
This post will be offered on a full-time, indefinite contract
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