Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, 41/47 Wellington Square, Oxford
The Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages is seeking to appoint a part-time
(0.2) Research Assistant from 1 September 2022 (or soon thereafter) to 31
The postholder will support the development of the knowledge-exchange project
“Finding Our Way: Space, Reclamation, and the Afro-Caribbean Experience in
Oxford”, a collaboration between scholars of the University of Oxford and
Oxford Brookes University, which has been funded through The Oxford Research
Centre in the Humanities (TORCH)-Brookes Creative Industries Knowledge
Exchange award scheme. The principal investigators in the project are Dr María
del Pilar Blanco (Medieval & Modern Languages, Oxford) and Dr Hanna Klien-
Thomas (Creative Industries, Oxford Brookes); they are working in
collaboration with Euton Daley, MBE, director of the Unlock the Chains Theatre
Collective. The successful applicant will work alongside the PIs and with
local institutions and community organizations.
Additional information and details about how to apply are included in the
further particulars, which are available below.
The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Wednesday 24 August 2022.
We plan to hold interviews via Teams during week commencing 29 August 2022.
Contact Person : Lisa Cheung Vacancy ID : 159667
Contact Phone : Closing Date & Time : 24-Aug-2022 12:00
Pay Scale : STANDARD GRADE 7 Contact Email : recruitment@mod-
Salary (£) : £33,309 p.a.
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