Changing Wor(l)ds Writer, Artist or Researcher in Residence, at NTU. Closing date – Monday 17 February 2020. Aiming to effect positive change in writing, publishing, and research, by exploring ways that literature can bring about social change.
Additional Information: Fixed Term Contract until 31 July 2020 in the first instance but subject to annual funding and annual performance this may be extended to 31 July 2022.
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The post-holder will be employed as a writer-in-residence, artist-in-residence, or researcher-in-residence for the Postcolonial Studies Centre, to deliver the next stage of the Changing Wor(l)ds programme.
The Changing Wor(l)ds programme aims to effect positive change in writing, publishing, and research, by exploring ways that literature can bring about social change for disenfranchised individuals and communities and co-creating opportunities with writers’ groups, activists, and publishers. In its first two years it has developed an active network of publishers, literary organisations, writers, researchers, activists, and cultural practitioners, and has run a series of events including 2019’s Changing Wor(l)ds Festival featuring Booker Prizewinner Bernardine Evaristo.
The Postcolonial Studies Centre looks forward to working with a resident who can develop their portfolio of work while enabling access to literature and culture in Nottingham through dissemination of their work, the organisation of public events, and weekly small salon, or conversation, events.
Closing date – Monday 17 February 2020
Interview date – Wednesday 26 February 2020
If you have any specific queries in relation to this position, please contact Jenni Ramone, Senior Lecturer on +44 (0)115 848 3174or via email email@example.com
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