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[ecrea] Lecturer in Media and Communications at Goldsmiths

Mon Feb 11 15:32:41 GMT 2013

Lecturer in Media and Communications

Reference Number: MAC000032
Department: Media and Communications
Type of Contract: Open-ended/Permanent, Full time
Interview Date: Week commencing 25 March 2013
Closing date for applications: 10 March 2013

Salary: £41,208 pa incl.

The Role

Working within the Department of Media and Communications, you will have
a broad interest in the field of media and communications but may have
specific research interests and publications in the area of film and
screen studies and/or media arts; you will have experience of working on
at least one UK Research Council funded grant.

You will provide teaching on or related to the area of film and screen
studies and/or media arts, and contribute to departmental work on the
development of further MA provision in the area of media arts. In
addition, you will work (for up to 0.5 FTE of the post) on supporting
the preparation of research grant applications across the Department of
Media and Communications, working in liaison with the Research Office
and the Head of Department.

The Department

The Department of Media and Communications at Goldsmiths is one of the
UK’s leaders in the field of media theory and media practice. The
theoretical and empirical research of our staff is recognised as having
been at the forefront of media and cultural studies for the past two
decades, and is the focus of a thriving research and postgraduate
community. The 2008 RAE exercise placed Goldsmiths’ Media and
Communications Department among the top four in the country for this
subject area. Eighty percent of work submitted fell within the two
highest bands - that is to say ‘World Leading’ and ‘Internationally

Goldsmiths is a lively and challenging place to do a Media and
Communications degree and one that recognises the importance of
supporting learning with high quality teaching. We were awarded an
excellent mark (22/24) by a team from the national Quality Assurance
Agency, whose task it is to assess teaching and learning in
universities. This is one of the best marks awarded to a Media and
Communications Department in Britain.

We currently offer the following range of programmes:
Five Degree Programmes
Sixteen Masters Programmes (Practice and Theory)
An MPhil/PhD Programme

More information:

Please contact Professor Joanna Zylinska if you would like to discuss
the post further ((j.zylinska /at/

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