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From: Chris Csikszentmihalyi <robotic@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Nov 4, 2014 at 12:13 PM
Subject: [liberationtech] Professorships in Critical Technical Practice
To: CHASE Visa <robotic@gmail.com>


Dear Friends and Colleagues,

We are hiring three faculty for the new European Research Area Chair in
humanist and activist HCI & technology design.  We have two assistant and
one associate position; these are research professorships with little
teaching required, and are funded through the European Commission.

We are casting a wide net to achieve a multidisciplinary mix, including
from humanities, art and design, social and natural sciences, or
engineering, but all candidates should be experimentalists with a
demonstrated record of critical technical practice.  Details of the
positions may be found here:
http://erachair.m-iti.org/hires/

M-ITI is a young but rising technology institute, located within the
University of Madeira, with a focus on HCI, design, and computer science,
and with several PhD tracks and a masters track.  It is located on Madeira,
a paradisaical island in the Atlantic with short direct flights to London,
Berlin, Lisbon, and other European cities.  Its faculty are international
and business and teaching are conducted in English.

Please circulate this call and forward as appropriate.  Thank you, and
apologies for any cross-postings.

Chris.
-- 
Christopher Csikszentmihályi
European Research Area Chair & Scientific Head
Madeira Interactive Technology Institute
Director, Rootio Project
robotic@gmail.com
edgyproduct.tumblr.com

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