By Tim Causer, on 31 August 2016
The Bentham Project has a vacancy for a Transcription Assistant to work with Professor Philip Schofield, Professor Margot Finn, and Dr Tim Causer on a new edition of Jeremy Bentham’s writings on Australia, containing three major texts: Panopticon versus New South Wales, A Plea for the Constitution, and Colonization Society Proposal. There will be a variety of tasks, including transcription of manuscripts, correcting of transcripts, proof-reading, and the encoding and preparation of online texts. More details about the research programme can be found at http://gtr.rcuk.ac.uk/projects?ref=AH/M009548/1.
The post will suit a research student working in History, Legal History, or a cognate field.
It is expected that work will be offered for one day per week (7 hours). The salary is £12.27 per hour.
Applications, consisting of a covering letter and CV, should be sent to Dr Tim Causer, Bentham Project, UCL Laws, 38-50 Bidborough House, London WC1H 9BT, or email@example.com
The deadline for applications is Sunday 18 September 2016.