The AHRC funded Digital Panopticon project are seeking to recruit a Public Engagement and Impact Officer. The post is part-time (55%) during the final nine months of the project, joining a team of investigators from the Universities of Sheffield, Liverpool, Oxford, Sussex and Tasmania.
The Digital Panopticon: The Global Impact of London Punishments, 1780-1925’ (www.digitalpanopticon.org) links together existing and new criminal justice, genealogical, and biometric datasets held by different organisations in the UK and Australia in order to trace the impact of punishment on convict lives. Based in the Humanities Research Institute, you will develop and implement plans to generate publicity for the project web resource and its research findings following the release of the completed website in spring 2017, and maximise the non-academic impact of the project.
The application deadline is the 15th November.
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