Dear colleagues


*** Job vacancy for a Senior Lecturer in Geography (Urban & Regional Planning) at the University of Tasmania ***


The appointment will be on a full-time continuing basis, commencing in 2016, within the Geography discipline (School of Land and Food).

Geography at the University of Tasmania is internationally recognised in environmental planning, conservation and management, which ranges from urban to natural environments, with strong interdisciplinary integration.
The incumbent is expected to develop and teach postgraduate planning units in urban and regional planning, as well as contribute to relevant undergraduate units.


To see the position description and to make an application, please visit:

For further information, contact Assoc Prof Michael Lockwood,  or Dr Stewart Williams


Please note that applications for this position close on Monday, 2 November 2015.
Please feel free to circulate this advertisement among your networks.


Regards, Stewart Williams




Dr Stewart Williams (Senior Lecturer)

School of Land and Food (Geography and spatial sciences), P/bag 78, University of Tasmania, Hobart, TAS 7001

Ph: +61 3 6226 1866   Fax: +61 3 6226 2989   M: 0420 596 972   Skype: stewart.williams1964



Latest papers:

Williams & Booth 2013 ‘Time and the spatial post-politics of climate change: insights from Australia’, Political Geography   

Vreugdenhil & Williams 2013 ‘White line fever: a sociotechnical perspective on the contested implementation of an urban bike lane network’, Area

Williams 2013 ‘Licit narcotics production in Australia: legal geographies nomospheric and topological’, Geographical Research





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