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Durham University

Department of Geography

News Archive

Post 0467 – Social Geography Lectureship/Readership

(11 October 2004)

(Lectureship/Readership) - Social Geography: The successful applicant will be a scholar with a growing/established international reputation who will contribute primarily to the Social Well-Being and Spatial Justice research cluster, though s/he is encouraged to work across clusters where appropriate. We are especially keen on scholars with an established international reputation who may have research interests in one or more of the following: health and welfare, personal and community safety, risk and resilience, other specialisms relating to social justice and an ethics of care. In addition, the applicant may complement the cluster's commitment to and academic interest in political relevance and different forms of policy and action research, and/or have an active interest in developing qualitative or quantitative methodologies. Applications are welcomed from those working on issues relating to the Global South or the Global North.