The Department of Digital Humanities is recruiting four new posts: three lectureships and a professorial post. The Department is entering a period of growth and expansion building on our success in the 2014
posts can be found by following the links below:
Lecturer in Digital Curation:
digital assets, including digital preservation, metadata, and access, and be capable of translating this knowledge into innovative teaching that inspires our students. The post holder will have the opportunity to develop their research strengths in the area of digital curation and to extend into new directions and significant emergent areas, for example
in digital forensics or aspects of semantic interoperability.
Lecturer in Digital Media Management and Innovation:
The Lecturer in Digital Media Management and Innovation will join the teams teaching on the highly successful MA Digital Asset and Media Management and the BA Digital Culture.
management theory and practice in the digital media and content industries, digital marketing and digital advertising, digital economy and audiences, and innovation and entrepreneurship in the digital industries.
Lecturer in Digital Culture:
The Lecturer in Digital Culture will join the team teaching on the recently launched BA Digital Culture and will contribute to the MA programmes where appropriate. The successful applicant will have an interdisciplinary mindset drawing insights from different domains of human and social sciences, and from computing and information science,
with research and expertise in digital technology and its implications on various fields of contemporary society and culture. We particularly welcome applicants with research and teaching strengths in either Internet studies and theoretical approaches to the Internet or those with strengths in researching online communities and the creative
potential of the internet including web publishing, web design and knowledge representation.