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The University of South Australia is a leading provider of international education and home to world class research collaborations.

  • International Centre for Muslim and non-Muslim Understanding
  • Located in the renowned Hawke Research Institute
  • Adelaide CBD, South Australia, Australia
  • 3 year contracts

Multiple research positions are available in the International Centre for Muslim and non-Muslim Understanding for recognised and aspiring researchers. The Centre was recently established as part of the Hawke Research Institute within the Division of Education, Arts and Social Sciences and is devoted to pioneering critical Muslim studies addressing problems associated with relations between Islam and other religions. Critical Muslim studies are based on a non-theological analysis and research.

Knowledge of post-structuralism, post-colonial studies or related approaches is essential. You will develop and pursue individual and collective research projects as part of the Centres research program and contribute to fostering an active, engaged and relevant research culture. Intellectual excellence must be matched to the founding values of the Centre: a commitment to improving understanding between Muslims and non-Muslims.

UniSA offers these positions in a supportive research environment for you to shape and grow your research profile.

* Associate Professor: total remuneration range: AUD $123K – $145K

* Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow (multiple positions) Research Fellow: total remuneration range: AUD $83K – $106K Senior Research Fellow: total remuneration range: AUD $102K – $126K

Please direct enquiries to Professor S. Sayyid, Director: International Centre for Muslim and non-Muslim Understanding via email: s.sayyid@unisa.edu.au

For further information, including position descriptions, selection criteria and application lodgement details, please visit: http://ww.unisa.edu.au/workingatunisa

Applications close: 9.00am Tuesday 6 March 2012 (Australian Central Daylight Time)

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