Information Studies


Lecturer / Associate Professor in Digital Humanities post

The Department of Information Studies is seeking an innovative researcher to appoint to a full-time lectureship beginning in January 2022. We are particularly interested in applicants with strong research interests in a humanities field, or the GLAM and cultural heritage sectors in the UK or beyond, who could contribute to ongoing or new research in one or more of the following or similar areas, as they converge with digital humanities: multimodal digitisation, digital cultural heritage; cultural analytics, text / data mining and visualisation; digital communities, activism and critical infrastructure studies; data modelling, sound studies and interdisciplinary applications of these areas to other research activities within the Department. The initial teaching focus will be on Master’s level teaching, within the MA and MSc Digital Humanities programmes. The successful candidate will also be expected to supervise research students and Masters and undergraduate dissertations, and undertake academic related administrative duties. More information and job advert here.