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Senior Lecturer/Lecturer in Rastafari Studies
Job SummaryApplications are invited from suitably qualified persons for the post of Senior Lecturer/Lecturer in Rastafari Studies.
Applicants must satisfy the following essential criteria:
- PhD in Cultural Studies or related discipline;
- Relevant teaching experience in the areas of Rastafari Studies, Cultural Studies, African Diaspora Studies and/or cultural anthropology;
- Demonstrated ongoing scholarly research and community outreach engagement in the field;
- Mastery of ethnographic methods;
- Knowledge and experience with emerging issues around to globalisation, sociological and doctrinal evolution;
- Intellectual command and experience with issues of reparation and indigenous rights;
- Demonstrated ability to work within the Rastafari community as well as to guide national and international scholarly inquiry.
Candidates who possess the following will be at a distinct advantage:
- Certificate in University Teaching;
- Experience supervising MPhil/PhD students;
- Evidence of prior grant acquisition;
- Publications in academic journals or books;
- Evidence of curriculum development (face to face or distant delivery modes);
- Evidence of contribution to public service OR field of Study.
The successful candidate will be required to:
- Teach, research and participate in the strategic planning and management of teaching and learning, including curricula development within the Department and wider Faculty;
- Contribute to the life of the University and to advance teaching, research and community outreach.