Laureate Postdoctoral Fellows – History & Population (3 Positions), UNSW Sydney

The Laureate Centre for History & Population at UNSW Sydney is seeking three (3) Laureate Postdoctoral Fellows to undertake independent and collaborative research on aspects of the modern (post 1800) history of population policy. This may include the intellectual history of population and political economy; and/or the international history of population debate, including environmental history dimensions. Working with the Centre Director, Professor Alison Bashford, Laureate Postdoctoral Fellows will contribute to a reassessment of modern world history by centrally analysing population change and population policy, at national, regional and international levels. Environmental, economic, and intellectual historians, as well as historians of gender and health are invited to apply.

The postdoctoral appointments are for two years, full-time, with a proposed starting date of 1 July 2024 or soon thereafter. Remuneration: $106,337 (AUD) + 17% Superannuation. For further information, including required experience, specific accountabilities and application instructions, visit the job posting on the UNSW Jobs Website.

Applications close 18 February 2024, 11.30pm (Australian Eastern Daylight Time).