Presidential Academic Fellowship: Economic Cultures
Presidential Academic Fellowship: Economic cultures
School of Arts, Languages and Cultures
Faculty of Humanities
The University of Manchester
Creative, ambitious and keen to develop transformative research, you will relish this excellent opportunity to drive your academic career to a higher level. As an impressive early career academic, you’ll recognise that securing a Presidential Academic Fellowship at the University of Manchester will empower you to unlock your potential. In addition to a good salary for the duration of your Fellowship, you’ll receive several thousand pounds per annum for research support costs and access to key technology platforms. Your time during this award will be initially dedicated to research, with no or minimal teaching in the first year, and minimal teaching in the second year. Thereafter teaching would increase with each subsequent year of the fellowship. You can look forward to mentoring and assistance in winning external funding and awards.
As a Presidential Academic Fellow, you will be part of a Faculty which brings together one of Europe’s largest and most diverse groupings of researchers and teachers focussed on humanities and social sciences. You will build on our outstanding international reputation for the quality and impact of our economic humanities research. In the twentieth century, Manchester was at the forefront of pioneering economic history known as the ‘Manchester School’. Today, the study of Economic Cultures is a field of growing significance which investigates the cultural assumptions and social relationships that helped shape economic activity in the human past. You’ll join colleagues working on money and measurement, cultures of finance, and global histories of capitalism and its alternatives, the history of capitalism from below, capitalism in the long durée, communication of economic knowledge, economic imaginaries, and alternative economic systems. Your research, primarily concerned with some aspect(s) of economic life, might address any historical time period or geographical area.
To join us, you will need a relevant PhD or equivalent qualification. You’ll bring to the role a sustained record of publication output. Crucially, you will demonstrate the ability to develop a coherent world-leading research programme, with new concepts and ideas to extend intellectual understanding. You have what it takes to organise resources and deliver results to deadlines. Your excellent communication and interpersonal skills also equip you to build a team, and to inspire and engage students. The determination to win your own funding will be key to your success.
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