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The Department of Anthropology and Development Studies at Radboud University is looking for an Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology. This department is developing and implementing a new joint research and educational programme with a focus on the interrelations between cultural diversity and socio-economic inequality. The prospective assistant professor will be expected to contribute to this new research and teaching programme.
As Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology you will conduct ethnographic or mixed methods research contributing to or extending the department’s research, preferably focusing on issues emerging from the great debate about migration and integration in the Netherlands and/or other European societies. We are especially interested in innovative research into the problems that cultural diversity is considered to raise and what solutions are proposed by citizens, social movements and state institutions. The department’s research programme is a joint programme in anthropology and development studies. Hence you are expected to contribute to building bridges between these two disciplines.
You will teach courses in the Bachelor's degree programme in Anthropology and Development Studies and also contribute to the Master's degree programme. You will give lectures and seminars, and also supervise students preparing Bachelor's and Master's theses. Furthermore, there are opportunities for you to lecture in the interdisciplinary Research Master's programme in Social and Cultural Sciences.
Intended start date is 1 July 2019.
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Faculty of Social Sciences
The Department of Anthropology and Development Studies is part of the Radboud Social Cultural Research Institute (RSCR), which brings together the disciplines of Anthropology and Development Studies, Gender and Diversity, and Sociology. RSCR’s research focuses on three themes: inequality, cohesion and modernisation.
Both the overarching research institute and the educational institute of Anthropology and Development Studies are part of the Faculty of Social Sciences, which is one of the largest faculties at Radboud University. It is the faculty’s ambition to become one of the top social sciences faculties in Europe.
Radboud University is one of the leading academic communities in the Netherlands. Strategically located in Europe, it is a place with a personal touch, where top-flight education and research take place on a beautiful green campus, in modern buildings with state-of-the-art facilities.
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