PL interviewed on blacklisting investigations.
Senior Lecturer in Journalism
University of Sussex – Department of Media, Journalism and Cultural Studies
|Salary:||£48,327 to £55,998 per annum|
|Placed on:||21st October 2016|
|Closes:||18th November 2016|
School of Media, Film and Music
Expected start date: 01 January 2017 or soon after
The School of Media, Film and Music at the University of Sussex wishes to appoint a Senior Lecturer with expertise in the broad field of Journalism to a full time post.
You will possess a higher degree in a relevant area or will have equivalent scholarly or relevant professional activity. You will have teaching experience to undergraduate and postgraduate level. You will have evidence of an international research profile. You will be interested in contributing to leadership posts in both Department of Media, Journalism and Cultural Studies and the School of Media, Film and Music. All areas of Journalism are of interest but it is essential to have teaching and research expertise in one of the following areas: digital journalism, investigative journalism, political journalism, citizen journalism.
For full details and how to apply see www.sussex.ac.uk/jobs
The University of Sussex is committed to equality of opportunity
Spycatcher revival. I’ll be talking to law students at UoS tomorrow Mon 17 about the famous legal battle in 1980s. Here’s a story I wrote back then.
The Media Show’s Steve Hewlett highlights his part in the MI5 vetting of BBC story in The Observer today as part of talking about his life now he has a serious cancer diagnosis. This is the story that David Leigh, Mark Hollingsworth and I did in the Observer back in 1985. I remember sitting the pub with Hewlett as he told me he had been rejected for a BBC job clearly because of his radical politics as a student. Yet another example of a ‘threat to national security’ that has become a significant national figure. Add to that long list of MPs, thinkers and writers.