This is a replacement post and is available from 1 September 2009. The appointee will work in an interdisciplinary environment characterised by critical engagement at the interface of social scientific theory and policy, and a concern with justice, whether social, environmental or spatial. Candidates must be able to demonstrate a proven commitment to international research excellence (or show potential to achieve such excellence for the Lecturer post) in one or more of the following themes: values in planning; planning ideas, practices and policy frameworks; the making of places; government practices and governance; economies, markets and the state, or spatial knowledge and analyses. The postholder will contribute to teaching on undergraduate and postgraduate courses, and to the supervision of doctoral students. Candidates should have a PhD in a relevant subject area (or have equivalent experience) and have proven teaching ability.
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