The School of Social and Political Sciences seeks to appoint a Lecturer in Criminology (Part Time). You will contribute to learning and teaching in Criminology, undertake administration and service activities, and contribute to the scholarship environment of the Scottish Centre for Crime & Justice Research (SCCJR).
Our aim is to support you to develop your career during your time in post while you contribute to the learning and teaching needs of the Subject. We especially welcome candidates with expertise in the following fields: international and comparative criminology; theoretical criminology; Southern and decolonial criminology; activist criminology.
The School is a leading centre of interdisciplinary social science, bringing together research, innovation and student education to tackle the key social and political challenges of our time. It attracts and supports talented staff and students from across the world and works together with key external partners to support a diverse, inclusive and collegiate centre of inquiry.
Applications are invited from candidates with Scottish Credit and Qualification Framework level 12 (PhD) or equivalent professional and/or teaching experience in Sociology OR Criminology.
This post is part time, 28 hours per week and fixed term for 14 months.
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Informal Enquiries should be directed to Dr Alistair Fraser, Alistair.Fraser@glasgow.ac.uk
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