Job Alert: Two Post-Doctoral Researchers on Emotions & Politics
Updated: Nov 14
We are looking for two post-doc researchers with background in one of the following areas: Political Psychology, Affective Neuroscience, Political Science or Computational Social Sciences to join the Centre for the Politics of Feelings
The Centre for the Politics of Feelings (https://www.politics-of-feelings.com/ ), a partnership between the School of Advanced Study, University of London and Royal Holloway, University of London, is hiring up to two Post-doctoral Researchers. The Centre for the Politics of Feelings will address, from a multi-disciplinary perspective, how affect and emotions and their underlying neurophysiological mechanisms shape political behaviour in intricate couplings with rationality, as well as how politics shapes and exploits affect and emotions.
Applicants should. The researchers will have the opportunity to develop an innovative and interdisciplinary research project aligned with the Centre’s research aims. The posts are available from January 1st 2023 or soon thereafter, for up to two years and present an exciting opportunity for the successful applicants to undertake novel research in the areas of affect, emotions and politics.
Research Areas: Political Psychology, Affective Neuroscience, Political Science or Computational Social Sciences
We are looking for candidates who:
Possess a relevant PhD in a related field of study (i.e. Political Psychology, Social-affective Neuroscience, Quantitative Political Science, Computational Social Sciences), and have sufficient specialist knowledge and methodological skills that reflect the state-of-the-art in their respective disciplines
Have an ability to bring innovative research ideas to the Centre, and to turn research ideas into impactful projects.
Have a track record of excellent quantitative research in their discipline assessed by the quality rather than the quantity of published work
Can develop and lead independently on research projects and proposals
What we can offer you?
Freedom and the intellectual and financial support to pursue your intellectual interests and to work creatively across disciplines to produce internationally exciting research in the research area of emotions and politics.
Mentoring by members of our Advisory Board and the Director of the Centre in preparation of your next career steps
Networking opportunities with a range of academic and non-academic stakeholders
Leadership and Management Training courses offered by the partnering Institutions
Annual travel budget for conferences, workshops, dissemination activities and networking
A stimulating intellectual environment at the School of Advanced Study and Royal Holloway University of London
How to apply? Please get in touch with Professor Manos Tsakiris via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss your research experience, interests and career aspirations.