The Department is pleased to offer a two-year Research Fellowship in the area of the Justice and Global Food Systems: Injustices and Resistance in Global Food Governance. This exciting post-doctoral position offers exceptional applicants the opportunity to develop and deliver an original research project addressing this theme, working within one of the UK's strongest Departments of Politics.
You will be part of a team of academic staff in the Department working on the theme of Global Food Justice which is linked to the wider university Sustainable Food Futures group and the N8 Agri-food network.
You will have or be very near to completing a doctoral degree in Political Science or International Relations, or a closely related area, preferably applied to civil society movements and resistance in global governance, food governance, or global justice and social change. You will also have an excellent early track record of conducting independent, original research and producing publications of high quality.