Members are invited to nominate books published by IRSCL members from 2007-2009, for consideration for the IRSCL Award which will be announced at our Congress in Frankfurt in 2009. Katrien Vloeberghs is the contact person for nominations and copies of books. Her email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Department of Childhood Studies, Rutgers University, Camden, New Jersey invites applications for up to three faculty positions. One position will be for an Associate or Full Professor and the other two will be for Assistant Professors.
See the Department’s website for more information.
The following message comes from John Lyon at University of Bristol:
Colleagues may be interested in alerting appropriate students to the following opportunity at Bristol University in the UK:
I’m looking for an early career children’s literature specialist who might be interested in applying for a 3 year British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship with Bristol as her/his nominated institution. We feel that the ‘why Bristol?’ part of such an application could be made very strong.
Bristol holds the Penguin Archive and I am Principal Investigator of the 4 year AHRC funded Penguin Archive Project. The Project aims to produce an on-line catalogue of the Archive. We have a postdoctoral researcher in Penguin and Modern Poetry, and two Ph.D. students, one on Penguin Specials, the other on Penguin and Classical translations. But, as you know, children’s literature is hugely important to the history of Penguin, with Puffin’s 70th birthday falling in 2010. Moreover, any such postdoc would not be wholly lonely since Dr Ika Willis here has a strong interest in children’s literature and teenage fiction. Any such person would also have the opportunity of playing a major role in our large Penguin conference which we plan for summer 2010.
Please contact John Lyon (J.M.Lyon@bristol.ac.uk) for further details.