Postdoctoral research position at Deakin University in Australia

/, Kim TallBear/Postdoctoral research position at Deakin University in Australia
  • 01-Oct-2017
  • PhD
  • Anthropology
  • Sociology
  • Indigenous studies
  • Cultural studies
  • Geography
  • Science and technology studies
  • Two years (fixed term to 31 December 2019)

Deakin University in Australia are recruiting for a 2-year Associate Research Fellow position working on the Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC project ‘Hazards, culture and indigenous communities (HCIC). This role will include: Initiating and conducting research on the Hazards, culture and indigenous communities (HCIC) project as directed by the project chief investigators Dr Timothy Neale and Dr Jessica Weir; conducting a qualitative study of practitioners from Aboriginal and other cultural backgrounds who work in the natural hazards sector in southern Australia; and, mapping the socio-institutional governance landscape of natural hazards risk management, Aboriginal peoples’ societies and polities, and their interrelation

For a full list of the selection criteria please see the position description see: For more about the HCIC project see:

Interested candidates are encouraged to email Dr Timothy Neale ( with any questions.
CLOSING DATE: Sunday 1 October 2017

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