The Department of Politics and International Relations at Oxford University has announced a new position: Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Political Theory: Public Life and Religious Diversity in association with Harris Manchester College.
The Department of Politics and International Relations (DPIR) is looking for a Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Political Theory, to pursue independent research in the field, and to work with the Project Directors, Professor Elizabeth Frazer and Professor Simon Caney on the initial phases of a project entitled “Public Life and Religious Diversity”.
The duties of the Research Associate will include assisting the project directors in the academic and practical organisation of a conference on religion and public life to be held in Oxford in September 2017; to assist with publications in the aftermath of the conference and with the development of plans for the future extension and consolidation of the project in Oxford.
The successful candidate will hold a doctoral degree in the field of political theory, will have a track record and independent programme of research of in internationally excellent standard in the field of political theory with a focus on ‘public life and religious diversity’, and will be expected to participate fully in the research life of the Department.
This post will be full time, and is fixed term for the period of three years, starting in September 2016 or as soon as possible thereafter.
Closing date for applications is Wednesday noon (UK time) 11th May 2016
Further duties and skills required are described in more detail in the further particulars that can be found here.