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UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO
Te Whare Wananga o Otago
Dunedin, New Zealand
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer (Confirmation Path) in Department of Communication
Studies

Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for two or more
positions as Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Communication Studies/Film and
Media Studies, located in the Department of Communication Studies in the
School of Language, Literature and Performing Arts. Exceptionally well
qualified candidates may be appointed at a higher level.

Applicants should have a PhD in an area relevant to Communication
Studies/Film and Media Studies, together with a strong research profile, a
record of successful university teaching, and the ability to work in an
interdisciplinary programme.

The appointee will be expected to teach courses at all levels, including
postgraduate; to supervise postgraduate student research; to engage
personally in research; and to participate in the development of a growing,
broadly based programme in Communication Studies.

We are especially interested in applicants with expertise in one or more of
the following areas: Media History; Historiography; Mass Communication;
Communication Research Methods; Media and Intercultural Communication; Asian
Media Contexts; Media Institutions; Media and Children; Media, Culture and
Society; Interpersonal and Organisational Communications.

The successful applicant(s) should be able to assume responsibility by
January 2004 at the latest, and earlier if possible.

Specific enquiries may be directed to Professor Hilary Radner, Head of
Department, Department of Communication Studies, Tel 03 479 3987, Email
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Reference Number: AG02/90.    Closing Date: Monday 6 January 2003.

APPLICATION INFORMATION
For application information and a full job description go to:
www.otago.ac.nz/jobs Alternatively, contact the Human Resources Division,
Tel 64 3 479 8269, Fax 64 3 474 1607, Email
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Equal opportunity in employment is University policy.



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