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Thierry Jutel <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 17 Sep 2010 09:14:10 +1200
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Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Media Studies
School of English, Film, Theatre and Media Studies,
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Term of Contract	Permanent
Closing Date	15 October 2010
Position Overview	Victoria University is seeking to appoint a Lecturer  
or Senior Lecturer in the Media Studies programme.

The appointee will be expected to contribute to the development of the  
programme’s postgraduate studies, contribute actively to the research  
culture of the programme, and teach in the existing range of courses  
at undergraduate level, including first-year.

A primary expertise in one or more of the following areas is  
desirable: new media, media industries and institutions, and media  

The appointee will have a PhD in media studies or a related field. At  
Lecturer level, candidates will be new researchers with evidence of an  
emerging research profile and a record of successful teaching. At  
Senior Lecturer level, candidates will need to demonstrate a strong  
record of publication and be recognised within the international  
research community, have been responsible for supervision of  
postgraduate students to completion (MA and PhD), and have a record of  
administrative leadership.

Candidates are requested to submit a copy of a recent publication up  
to a maximum of 20 pages and provide a short statement of no more than  
400 words saying why they have chosen this publication to represent  
their research.

Information about the Media Studies Programme is available on the  
School website:

  Further information about this role can be obtained from: Assoc  
Professor Peter Whiteford, Head of English, Film, Theatre & Media  
Studies DDI: +64 4 463 6820 email [log in to unmask]  Queries  
may also be directed to Dr Thierry Jutel, Media Studies Programme,  
DDI: +64 4 463 9737 or email [log in to unmask]

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