[Humanist] 24.808 jobs: RA for Wellcome Brain Exhibition
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Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 24, No. 808.
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Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2011 11:25:35 +0000
From: "Marius Kwint" <Marius.Kwint at port.ac.uk>
Subject: Wellcome Brain Exhibition Research Assistantship
Research Assistant for the Wellcome Brain Exhibition
In spring 2012, the Wellcome Collection is planning to hold an important exhibition on brains at its headquarters in Euston Road, London. Formed from the bequest of the pharmaceutical entrepreneur Sir Henry Wellcome (1853Ââ1936), the Wellcome Collection and Trust comprise one of the principal research resources and funds for the medical humanities, art-science interactions, and biomedical sciences in the world.
The exhibition aims to show the brain as material, structure, and object. It will offer a critically informed enquiry into different ways of understanding, representing and treating this fascinating and complex organ. A series of live events and discussions around mind-brain relationships will accompany the exhibition. Dr Marius Kwint, Senior Lecturer in Visual Culture in the School of Art, Design and Media, has been appointed as research consultant to the exhibition.
Salary: Â£4,081 - Â£4,732
Job reference: 10001696
Closing date: 01.04.2011
Department/School: School of Art, Design and Media
Length of contract: Fixed term contract for 12 months
Type of contract: 0.2 fte
This exciting post has now been advertised on the University of
Portsmouth website, and will appear soon on Jobs.ac.uk. Given the tight
deadline of 1st April, please consider circulating, forwarding or
inspecting the following link as soon as possible.
Dr Marius Kwint
Senior Lecturer in Visual Culture
University of Portsmouth
School of Art, Design and Media
Winston Churchill Avenue
Portsmouth PO1 2DJ, UK
Tel. +44 (0)23 9284 5623
Fax. +44(0)23 9284 3808
marius.kwint at port.ac.uk
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