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Professorship in Human Geography

Posted on 17/01/2013
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Applications are invited for a Professorship in Human Geography here in the Department of Geography, Royal Holloway, University of London. It is anticipated that the successful applicant will play a leading  role in the Department’s Social and Cultural research group.

We are looking for outstanding candidates from across the discipline of Human Geography, and
particularly from applicants with expertise that engages with and extends the work of Social & Cultural Geography at Royal Holloway (SCG). This Group has played a major role in the development of the subject internationally over the last twenty years. The Group has a distinctive record of research in the arts and humanities as well as the social sciences  The Group has a large PhD community, and runs a successful MA in Cultural Geography.  The Department also has an outstanding record of collaborative work with major UK cultural institutions.

Further details of the position may be found through the Royal Holloway vacancies site:

https://rhul.engageats.co.uk

More details of the Department, its staff, and its research can be found on this site. 

Details of SCG, and the other two research groups in the Department (in Politics, Development and Sustainability, and Quaternary Science) can be found here. 

Informal enquiries regarding this post can be directed to the Head of
Department, Professor David Gilbert (d.gilbert@rhul.ac.uk ) or the Director
of Research, Professor Philip Crang (p.crang@rhul.ac.uk ).

The closing date for applications is Friday 1st March 2013.



   
 
 
 

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