Five New Appointments in Politics
We are recruiting for five new posts in Politics as part of our long-term expansion.
Newcastle Politics is a friendly and collegial department with 43 academic colleagues. We value high quality research and teaching, with a particular emphasis on innovative practices that impart our enthusiasm for our areas of expertise into the classroom. Our department has not only recently grown in size but also in terms of its diversity, of which we welcome more. We therefore encourage you to apply if you are keen to develop your academic career in a collaborative environment that values and supports excellent research, teaching and impact across politics and international relations. We also welcome multiple applications if your research and teaching interests fit more than one post.
We are seeking to appoint two posts in the Politics of Gender
We are proud to have an emerging strength in the Politics of Gender and we will continue to develop and support expertise across this area through individual and collaborative projects. We are looking to appoint a Professor/Reader and a Lecturer.
We are seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Comparative Politics or Political Behaviour
We have identified Comparative Politics/Political Behaviour as an emerging strength and we will continue to develop and support expertise across this area through individual and collaborative projects.
We are seeking to appoint a Lecturer in the Politics of Security or the Politics of Conflict
The International Politics Research Cluster is the largest in Politics with expertise in heterodox approaches to security and conflict that draw inspiration from several disciplines. We are open to deepening our expertise and/or widening out into new areas.
We are seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Political Philosophy
Political Philosophy at Newcastle has a vibrant tradition with a reputation for expertise in applied analytical political philosophy, which addresses contemporary problems and vital issues in public policy. We are open to deepening our expertise and/or widening out into new areas.
We currently offer undergraduate degrees in Politics, Politics and Economics, Politics and History, Politics and Sociology, and Government and European Studies. Politics is also one of the most popular subjects for students on the Combined Studies programmes. We will be launching two new programmes in International Relations and Politics & International Relations from 2020-1. We also offer eight postgraduate taught programmes. Recruitment to our programmes is very good and our students consistently tell us that they enjoy their studies and are impressed by our commitment to teaching
Research and Teaching
We are a department that supports the research, teaching, and engagement ambitions of its members and that values high-quality research and teaching that seek to make a difference. We are engaged and contribute to the wider academy, the university, and communities, both local and afar.
Living in Newcastle
Newcastle is a mid-sized city that provides for an excellent quality of life, including affordable housing, high quality schools, a thriving arts and culture scene, beautiful beaches, scenic countryside, and convenient transport links, including an international airport with daily direct flights to major hubs.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss any of these posts, we will be very happy to discuss them informally with you. Contact details for each post are included in the advertisements or you can contact Prof. Derek Bell (Head of Politics) email@example.com (tel. +44 (0)191 2087465).