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Associate Professorship in the Political Economy of China

SCHOOL OF INTERDISCIPLINARY AREA STUDIES in association with Lady Margaret Hall

Grade 10a (36S): from £44,620 per annum

We are seeking to appoint to a permanent Associate Professorship in the Political Economy of China, to be held in the School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies (SIAS), in association with a Non-Tutorial Fellowship at Lady Margaret Hall under arrangements described in the further particulars. The position is tenable from early in the 2016/17 academic year.

Programme Coordinator - The University Consortium

A Programme Coordinator is required for a new programme called The University Consortium, an international academic research and exchange programme between six universities in Russia, the EU and the US. St Antony’s College is the host organisation and Carnegie Corp is the funding body.  

The details are all available through the website at:

http://www.sant.ox.ac.uk/about/vacancies/college-staff/programme-co-ordinator-%E2%80%93-university-consortium

Rhodes Professor of Race Relations

SCHOOL OF INTERDISCIPLINARY AREA STUDIES in association with St Antony’s College

Start date: 1 October 2015 or as soon as possible thereafter.

The University of Oxford seeks to appoint an outstanding candidate to the Rhodes Professorship in Race Relations. The appointment will be held in the School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies at the African Studies Centre, in conjunction with a Governing Body Fellowship at St Antony’s College.

Associate Professorship in African Studies

SCHOOL OF INTERDISCIPLINARY AREA STUDIES in association with St Anne’s College

Grade 10a (36S): from £44,620 p.a.

Applications are invited for appointment to an Associate Professorship in African Studies, to be held in the School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies (SIAS), in association with a Non-Tutorial Fellowship at St Anne’s College, with effect from 1 September 2015. The post is full time and upon completion of a successful review, permanent.

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New article published on Parents' Migration and Children's Subjective Well-being and Health: Evidence from Rural China by Rachel Murphy, Minhui Zhou and Ran Tao

Rachel Murphy and her colleagues from Renmin University, Minhui Zhou and Ran Tao have just published an article on the implications of parents' rural-urban labour migration for the subjective wellbeing and health of the children 'left behind'.

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