The Warwick University History Department is currently recruiting seven teaching fellows, one full-time and six part-time, for the 2014/15 academic year:
The closing date for applications is the 21st or 22nd July 2014, depending on which post candidates are interested in.
Giorgio Riello is a Professor of Global History and Culture at Warwick and joined the Department of History in January 2007. His area of expertise lies in the history of globalisation, trade and manufacturing with a particular focus on industrialisation and economic divergence.
Professor Nigel Thrift, Vice-Chancellor said:
Giorgio has been in charge of a number of research projects and networks, the most recent of which is the Leverhulme-funded 'Luxury Network' in collaboration with several museums and universities and the Warwick Business School. He has been a member of the Global History and Culture Centre since its foundation and co-directed the Centre in 2013-14. Since 2010 he has also been the Director of the Pasold Research Fund, a charity established in 1964 for the promotion of research in textiles, dress and fashion.
Professor Giorgio Riello, the winner of the 2014 World History Association Book Prize
Professor Giorgio Riello's book Cotton: The Fabric that Made the Modern World won the 2014 World History Association Bentley Book Prize.
After many years of valued service, Professor David Hardiman and Professor Carolyn Steedman retired on 31st December 2013 and each is now an Emeritus Professor of the Department. For more details of former staff, please see the list of the Department's emeritus and other former staff and the list of emeritus staff academic publications.
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