Segunda-feira, 14 de Outubro de 2019
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Universidade de Manchester seleciona 3 pesquisadores para projeto "Culturas do Antirracismo na América Latina"

Início: Fim: Data de abertura: Data de encerramento: Países: Reino Unido

Estudos Culturais, Estudos Latino-Americanos, Antropologia, Ciências Sociais, Emprego

O Departamento de Antropologia Social da Faculdade de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Manchester está com candidaturas abertas para três vagas para pesquisadores associados para o novo projeto financiado pelo AHRC “Culturas do Antirracismo na América Latina”.

O projeto será realizado em colaboração com o Departamento de Estudos Espanhóis, Portugueses e Latino-Americanos e vinculado ao Centro Interdisciplinar de Estudos Latino-Americanos e Caribenhos.

As candidaturas selecionadas deverão realizar três meses de trabalho preparatório em Manchester, seguido por um longo período de pesquisa de campo na Argentina ou na Colômbia (cerca de 8-9 meses) ou no Brasil (cerca de 6 meses). O tempo restante será dedicado à análise e redação em Manchester.

É exigido um doutoramento (ou equivalente) em Antropologia Social, Estudos Culturais, Estudos Latino-Americanos ou em uma disciplina relacionada, bem como habilidades em análise cultural (por exemplo, textos, filmes, arte, música, etc.) e em coleta de dados sociais de dados em primeira mão (por exemplo, entrevistas), preferencialmente na América Latina.

A data limite para apresentação de candidaturas é dia 9 de setembro de 2019.

Mais informações: https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BUL312/research-associate-cultures-of-antiracism-in-latin-america-3-posts-available


Research Associate Cultures of Antiracism in Latin America (3 posts available)

The University of Manchester - Social Anthropology
 

Job Reference: HUM-14392
Location: Oxford Road, Manchester
Closing Date: 09/09/2019
Salary: £32,236 to £34,189 per annum depending on experience
Employment Type: Fixed Term
Faculty/Organisational Unit: Humanities
Division: Social Anthropology
Hours Per week: Full time
Contract Duration: Available from 24 January 2020 for 24 months

 

We are looking for three talented Research Associates for the new AHRC funded project “Cultures of Antiracism in Latin America.”

You will be based in the Department of Social Anthropology in the School of Social Sciences, collaborating closely with the Department of Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies and linked to the interdisciplinary Centre for Latin American and Carribean Studies.

You will be based at the University of Manchester, carrying out three months of preparatory work in Manchester, followed by an extended period of fieldwork research in either Argentina or Colombia (about 8-9 months) or Brazil (about 6 months). The remaining time will be dedicated to analysis and writing-up in Manchester.

You will have a doctoral degree (or equivalent) in Social Anthropology or Cultural Studies, Latin American Studies or a related discipline. You will need to combine skills in cultural analysis (e.g. texts, films, art, music, etc.) and in social data collection (e.g. interviewing, participant-observation, tracing social networks of people and objects, including via social media, etc.). You will have experience of first-hand data collection (e.g. via interviews), preferably in Latin America. You will be fluent in Spanish or Portuguese, as appropriate. You will also have an excellent command of written and spoken English.

The University of Manchester is committed to building a culturally diverse institution where all staff and students can flourish and feel valued for their contribution and individuality. Our policies and practices are designed to encourage talented people, whatever their background, to work and study here.  All appointments are made on merit.    

Please note that we are unable to respond to enquiries, accept CVs or applications from Recruitment Agencies.

Interviews will be held on Thursday 10 October 2019. Shortlisted candidates will be asked to provide a sample of their academic writing in advance.

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