The School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography and St. Peter’s College are recruiting an Associate Professor of Visual, Material and Museum Anthropology to join the team delivering the highly successful graduate programme in Visual, Material, and Museum Anthropology (VMMA). The successful candidate will be expected to undertake research in one or more of these areas and to teach and supervise mainly at the graduate level, but also at the undergraduate level, to contribute to admissions, examining and assessment, and to academic administration.
The School has strong links with the Pitt Rivers Museum, as is indicated by its name, and therefore offers a unique environment for teaching and research in the fields of visual, material, and museum anthropology. The partnership has developed an extremely strong teaching and research profile in recent years. The taught course graduate programme in Visual, Material, and Museum Anthropology is very popular and attracts excellent students from all over the world; visual, material and museum anthropology are also taught at undergraduate level for the BA in Archaeology and Anthropology.