Additional Information: This is a part time role of 0.5FTE and is a fixed-term contract for 3 years.
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This post is for a Research Fellow to support the AHRC/DFG funded project on Spaces of Translations: European Magazine Cultures, c.1945-65. This is a joint research project between NTU and JGU, Mainz (Germany).
The post holder will contribute to the development and implementation of the research project on Spaces of Translation (SpaTrEM), based in the Periodicals and Print Culture Research Group at NTU, which is led by Prof Andrew Thacker and Dr Catherine Clay, and based in the School of Arts and Humanities. The main subject areas of this specific role will be in modern periodical culture, translation studies, and comparative literature.
Closing Date: 22nd February 2021
Interview Date: TBC
If you have any queries about this role, please contact Professor Andrew Thacker via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
NTU prides itself on being an inclusive employer. We value and celebrate equality in opportunities, and we welcome applications from people who reflect the diversity of our communities.
This role is open to non-UK/Irish applicants subject to current UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) rules. Please ensure that you have the appropriate right to work in the UK for this role and consult the Home Office website for further information.
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