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8. CfA: Database for anti-precarity practice in Higher Education in Europe and beyond

Precarity within European Higher Education: An anthropological analysis

EASA is recruiting a consultant researcher so as to extend its work on precarity and casualisation.

EASA seeks to recruit a consultant researcher to collect comprehensive information on the initiatives, policies and actions of other disciplines and professional associations in Europe and the ways they are addressing problems of casualisation and precarity in their respective areas. The researcher will work closely with the EASA Exec to develop a database of activities and organise a seminar to publicise  EASA’s work in this area, including its 2020 report The Anthropological Career in Europe survey report and its new Authorship guidelines. The work should be completed by 15th February 2022. Full details of the consultancy are available here. To apply, please send your CV with a covering letter to Cris Shore by 30 October