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Visiting Fellowship (2015) in the School of Behavioural, Cognitive and Social Sciences at the University of New England (Armidale, Australia)
Expressions of Interest are invited from distinguished academics for a Visiting Fellowship (up to three months) in the School of Behavioural, Cognitive and Social Sciences at the University of New England. The School comprises the disciplines of Criminology, Geography and Planning, Linguistics, Psychology, and Sociology as well as the Institute for Rural Futures.
Visiting Fellows are expected to undertake collaborative research for the period of their Fellowship in association with researchers within the School. Visiting Fellows will be compensated with a return airfare from base and a modest contribution towards accommodation costs.
Further information about applications for 2015 will be advertised here in October 2014
If you have any enquires please email Helen Creagan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Associate Professor Roberta Sassatelli from the University of Milan (Italy) is currently visiting UNE at the invitation of BCSS and Sociology.
Published date: 10/01/2014
Roberta teaches sociology in the areas of culture, gender and consumer studies. Her research focus is on the historical development of consumer societies and the theory of consumer action, with a particular interest in the contested development of the notion of the consumer as against notions such as citizen or person. She has done research [...]