The School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography (SAME) seeks to appoint an inspirational teacher to a one year Departmental Lectureship, providing additional capacity in teaching, examining and administration for the Visual, Material and Museum Anthropology (VMMA) programme. The programme consists of a one year MSc and a two year MPhil degree that focus on theories and methods within museum anthropology, visual anthropology and material anthropology, how these areas of enquiry are transforming the discipline of anthropology itself and the current issues they may be used to address.
You will be expected to engage in teaching, examining and supervision for the graduate programmes in Visual, Material and Museum Anthropology (VMMA) at the discretion of the VMMA Course Director and the Head of School. You will need both breadth and depth of knowledge in Museum Anthropology and a full command of the relevant literature in it, as well as the capacity to contribute to the teaching across the spectrum of the VMMA degrees. The successful candidate will teach tutorials, give lectures and research methods classes, supervise dissertations, and help to organise the Pitt Rivers Museum/VMMA research seminar series. A small amount of lecturing to UG students may also be required.
For more details, please see the information from following link: