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June 2018, Week 3


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Rebecca Beirne <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 17 Jun 2018 23:57:24 +0000
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The Screens, Languages, English and Writing Cluster in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Newcastle invites applications for a Level B ongoing position as a Lecturer in Digital Humanities.

Specialisations should include at least two of the following: digital humanities; digital cultures; social media; screen studies; contemporary media industries; digital interactive media; web-based media.
Please note that the Australian designation of Level B Lecturer is equivalent in rank to Assistant Professor in the North American system (see

Please visit for further details and a position description including selection criteria.

Applications are due by the 29th of June.

Kind regards,
Rebecca Beirne

Dr Rebecca Beirne | Cluster Leader
Screens, Languages, English and Writing
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Faculty of Education and Arts

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