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November 6, 2013 / mmunlocked

Communication Tenure Track Positions at Carleton University

From: CCA List, Nov 6, 2013


The School of Journalism and Communication at Carleton University invites applications from outstanding candidates for 2 tenure track positions at the rank of assistant professor. Summary descriptions of each position are available below. Please visit Carleton University’s Faculty Opportunities page for more information about each position, including instructions on how to apply. The closing date for both positions is November 22, 2013.
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Communication Studies (Open)
This is an open position in terms of its defined area(s) of communication scholarship and expertise; however, candidates should articulate how their research contributes to the central intellectual debates of the field broadly and in their own area(s) of specialization in particular, and how they will augment existing areas of faculty research strength. The candidate will be expected to participate in undergraduate and graduate teaching and supervision, share in the administrative duties of the department, and implement a research program that will lead to scholarly publications, and which has the potential to attract external funding, graduate students and postdoctoral researchers.
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Communication Studies (Culture & Health)
We are seeking a candidate who can demonstrate teaching and research expertise in the area of Communication, Culture and Health. Health is identified as an area of interdisciplinary strength at Carleton University. Candidates are encouraged to conceive of health broadly, and in connection to other areas of strength (i.e., Global Identities and Globalization, Science and Technology including Digital Media, and Sustainability and the Environment), where relevant to their expertise. Specific areas of research specialization might include any of the following: cultural studies of health; media representations of health and the body; rhetoric and public health; bio-politics and biomedical surveillance; risk communication; politics, ideology and health; medical imaging as visual communication; communication and bioethics; and critical approaches to health marketing and promotion, among others. The candidate will be expected to participate in undergraduate and graduate teaching and supervision, share in the administrative duties of the department, and implement a research program that will lead to scholarly publications, and which has the potential to attract external funding, graduate students and postdoctoral researchers.
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Josh Greenberg, PhD
Associate Director School of Journalism & Communication
Carleton University K1S 5B6
Ph: 613 520-2600, ext. 1965

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