Australian and New Zealand Association of Leisure Studies 2011 conference final call for themed sessions
CALL FOR SESSION PROPOSALS
The 10th Australian and New Zealand Association of Leisure Studies (ANZALS) biennial conference is due to take place from the 6th to the 8th of December 2011 in Dunedin, New Zealand. In order to democratise the conference and to develop synergises across presentations the conference organising committee invites proposals from anyone who is interested in convening and chairing a themed session/s at the conference. Proposals should include a title for the session/s, identify the number of sessions being proposed, and describe the theme of the session/s and its rationale in no more than 350 words. A maximum of two sessions will be available to each theme and each session should consist of four papers. The responsibilities of themed session/s conveners include populating their session/s through a call for abstracts, ensuring the quality of submitted abstracts, and forwarding completed session details to the conference organising committee. Proposals should be forwarded to Diana Evans (diana.evans@...) by the 26th of November. Acceptance of sessions will be confirmed by the 10th of January, 2011
Alongside the themed sessions the conference organising committee will be making a general call for abstracts for papers in the next few months to ensure everyone who wishes to come and present at the conference has the opportunity to do so and is incorporated in the conference in a way that maximises the benefits to all conference participants.
Details of the conference are located at the following website: www.otago.ac.nz/anzals
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Lecturer in Arts Management
· Fixed term appointment for 3 years
With a reputation for outstanding teaching and excellence in research, UTS Business is one of Australia's leading business schools and is one of only six AACSB accredited schools in Australia.
Leisure Sport and Tourism at UTS Business has an enviable profile in teaching, community engagement and research.
Building on this success the Faculty is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Arts Management on a 3 year fixed term contract to teach and contribute to programs in Arts Management and related areas. You will also contribute to the overall research and consultancy endeavours of the School.
You will be required to teach in at least three of the following areas:
· Arts and cultural industries;
· Arts organisation and management;
· Arts and cultural policy;
· Arts and the entertainment industry;
· Arts marketing; and
· the ability to teach into Research Methods programs.
To succeed in this role, you will have experience in tertiary education and demonstrated substantial industry knowledge, with a capacity to produce refereed publications.
Salary range: $80,540 to $92,162 pa. The University offers salary packaging plus 17% superannuation. The Faculty also has a salary supplementation scheme.
Application procedure: Obtain the selection criteria, which you need to address in your application, by clicking on the Position Description link above. Please attach your selection criteria examples to the end of your resume to create one document, along with details of three referees.
To send through your application please click on the Apply Online button below.
If you require further information please contact A/Professor Paul Jonson, Head of School, Leisure, Sport and Tourism on 02 9514 5494 or A/Professor Simon Darcy, Deputy Head of School of Leisure, Sport and Tourism on 02 9514 5100.
Closing Date: Monday 29 November 2010
Reference Number: R191110
Fixed Term Contract
Job Ref :
For further information
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Simon Darcy PhD
School of Leisure, Sport and Tourism
Faculty of Business
University of Technology, Sydney
PO Box 123 Broadway NSW 2007
Office Location Rm 1603, Kuring-gai Campus
Eton Rd, Lindfield NSW 2070
Phone 61 2 9514 5100
Mobile 61 408 969 371
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