[Iag-list] Global Studies teaching opportunity at UTS

Philip Mcmanus phil.mcmanus at sydney.edu.au
Fri Mar 3 16:13:28 AEDT 2017


Hi everybody,
I am sending this message on behalf of Professor Carolyn Cartier, who has an opportunity for an ECR interested to teach in the Global Studies course at UTS.

The subject for spring semester 2017 is Global Economy on the model of Geography of the World Economy.   One of the texts is Knox & Agnew, The Geography of the World Economy. There's some flexibility in the level of responsibility including two tutorials, possibility of lecturing, and additional hours for organisational tasks.  This may develop into a longer term opportunity because Carolyn has teaching bought out by an ARC DP17 grant.

If you are interested, please contact Carolyn directly at:

Carolyn Cartier
Professor of Human Geography and China Studies
School of International Studies
University of Technology Sydney
Email:  Carolyn.Cartier at uts.edu.au
t +61 2 95142977
f +61 2 95143939
m +61 0411169098
m +852 95326637


The closing date is 24 March.
Candidates should be available to do a brief interview in the week starting 27 March.

Best wishes,
Phil

Phil McManus
Professor of Urban and Environmental Geography
Head of School of Geosciences
The University of Sydney
SYDNEY   NSW   AUSTRALIA  2006
email:  phil.mcmanus at sydney.edu.au
phone: 61-2-9351 4242
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President - Geographical Society of New South Wales (GSNSW)
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Recent publications:
McManus, P. (2016). Eco-City Development and Urban Health Reform: The Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City as a Model for Chinese and Other Cities. In Mu Li and Yangfen Wu (Eds.), Urbanization and Public Health in China, (pp. 317-335). London: Imperial College Press.
DeAraugo, J., McLaren, S., McManus, P., McGreevy, P. (2016). Improving the understanding of psychological factors contributing to horse-related accident and injury: Context, loss of focus, cognitive errors and rigidity. Animals, 6(2), 1-10
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