|Salary:||£40,238 to £47,060 Grade 7 (per annum inclusive of London Weighting)|
|Placed On:||25th May 2023|
|Closes:||16th June 2023|
Contract Type: Fixed Term 2 years
Salary: Grade 7 (£40,238 - £47,060 per annum inclusive of London Weighting)
Location: Bloomsbury, London
SOAS University of London is the leading Higher Education institution in Europe specialising in the study of Asia, Africa and the Near and Middle East. SOAS University of London is positioned to play a leading role in reimagining higher education globally, with a new strategic plan in place as the basis for the renewal and revitalisation of the School which commits SOAS to both student responsiveness and research intensity. SOAS is moving towards a new model of international partnerships which is responsive to the transnational character of our global challenges.
About the Department:
The Feminist Centre for Racial Justice focusses on the majority world as geographies from which to build feminist imaginaries of “race”. The Feminist Centre brings together fields of enquiry that have developed in parallel: feminist theories on power, protests and change, studies of diasporas, critical race theories and migration studies. The Feminist Centre aims to become a global point of reference for transnational knowledge on racial justice by forging a transnational understanding of racial justice by producing critical research to understand a problem (racism) and test strategies and knowledges produced by feminist and indigenous movements (build racial justice).
About the Role
Usawa Post-Doctoral Fellowship is to encourage an outstanding Black and Minority Ethnic candidate to build an academic career at the Feminist Centre for Racial Justice. The successful candidate will be expected to:
You can find further information on the key criteria for the role in the Job Description and Person Specification, along with a full list of duties and responsibilities, which can be found on the SOAS website.
To apply, please click the 'Apply' button, above.
Closing date: 16th June 2023
Interviews to be held the week of 10th July 2023
We would particularly welcome applications from candidates from working class, first generation Higher Education, the Global South, Black, Asian or other minority ethnic and underrepresented groups. All appointment decisions will be made on merit, following a fair and competitive process.
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