The University of Glasgow is seeking a Lecturer to contribute to teaching master’s-level topics in Antiquities Trafficking and Art Crime at the University of Glasgow. This position is part time (60%) and is funded for at least the next five years, and will be based in the subject of sociology/criminology, specifically in the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research.
Please see: https://www22.i-grasp.com/fe/tpl_glasgow01.asp?newms=jj&id=97155&newlang=1
- Have a PhD in a related discipline (criminology, sociology, archaeology, heritage studies, law, etc)
- Have demonstrable expertise in some aspect of antiquities trafficking, art or heritage crime, heritage repatriation, or cultural property law
- Have a strong interest in online teaching and distance learning, preferably with online teaching experience
- Be comfortable in a digital environment using online tools and helping students do the same
- Be based in Glasgow (visas can be supported for this role in many circumstances)
Ideally, the successful applicant would start in January, although some provision can be made for a particularly strong candidate. Glasgow has a vibrant student and research community focused on this topic and we hope that this will form the basis for future research collaboration.
Please email, Donna Yates (firstname.lastname@example.org), for more information about this position.