Lecturer in Sound and Music Theory
Lincoln School of Film and Media seeks a suitably qualified and experienced lecturer in the area of sound theory. The school has a dynamic professional and creative culture and we are seeking to maintain our national reputation for excellent and innovative teaching and a positive student experience. You will have a PhD, or working towards one, and a passion for developing research and teaching in the field of sound and music studies.
Principal duties include: devising and leading critical studies and theory-practice workshops, seminars and lectures, drawing upon expertise in at least two of the following areas: sound studies; auditory culture; theories and methods of soundscape and field recording; audio-visual theory and analysis; sound and identity; supervision of undergraduate dissertations covering a broad range of audio related topics (e.g. film and game sound, auditory culture, popular music, radio); teaching on key concepts in sound plus related areas. You will be responsible for the preparation and delivery of teaching materials (lectures and seminars) and related assessment and feedback.
See link below for further details.