A3742 – Lecturer in International Political Economy

Lancaster University



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Salary:  

£36,382 to £50,296

Closing Date:  

Friday 03 June 2022

Interview Date:  

Monday 27 June 2022

Reference:  

A3742

Lecturer in International Political Economy

The Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion at Lancaster University is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in International Political Economy. This is a full time, indefinite post, to start 1 August 2022.

You will have an excellent profile in research and teaching appropriate to your career stage and expertise in the area of International Political Economy.   You will have experience of teaching undergraduates and/or postgraduates, and the ability to attract students and provide high quality, research-led teaching in the area of International Political Economy. The post is open to all areas of International Political Economy.  We are particularly interested in applicants who are exploring this area through gender, feminist, postcolonial, and/or decolonial lenses.

You will have completed your PhD and will have a record of excellence in published research in International Political Economy appropriate to your career stage, and will have concrete plans for future internationally excellent research publications and/or projects. You will have the ability to contribute to the research culture in the Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion. Your research and teaching development will be supported by a mentoring system within the Department and a range of departmental and faculty level teaching and research development activities.  

The Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion is a dynamic, interdisciplinary department that is highly ranked in the UK and internationally and is a looking to build upon its substantial track record of high quality research and teaching.

The Department is committed to gender and race equality, and welcomes applications from people in all diversity groups.

Informal enquiries are welcomed and should be made to: Professor Robert Geyer ([email protected]).  

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