DURHAM UNIVERSITY

Teaching Fellow in Criminology

Location
Durham
Salary
£34304 - £40927 per annum
Posted
25 Nov 2021
End of advertisement period
09 Dec 2021
Ref
21001449
Contact
Durham University
Academic Discipline
Social Sciences, Sociology
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Hours
Full Time

The Department The Department of Sociology is a supportive, exciting place to work and study Sociology, Criminology and Social Work. We are committed to producing the highest quality theoretically informed research that makes a difference. Currently number 1 ranked in the most recent Guardian League Tables for Criminology and in the top 10 for Sociology, our ambitions are: to be a world leading Department of Sociology; to deliver distinctive, challenging programmes; and to be fair, inclusive, and socially responsible. The Role Applications are invited for a teaching fellowship in Criminology with a specialist interest in Sociology of Violence and Abuse to support the delivery of our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. The post will involve convening, teaching on and assessing modules primarily at Undergraduate level and supporting student dissertation projects at either level.

Modules likely to be delivered in the first instance include:

  • Sociology of Violence and Abuse Feminist Anti-Violence Activism