Candidates should hold a PhD in anthropology, history, ethnomusicology, ecology, journalism, American studies, Native and Indigenous studies, ethnic studies, political science, economics, engineering, earth science, or other related social, environmental, or climate sciences. The PhD must have been awarded prior to the start of appointment and candidates must have received their degree within the past five years.
Candidates from Indigenous and First Nation communities are especially welcome to apply as are candidates with personal or research experience with Indigenous and First Nations communities and organizations.
Open until filled however application review will begin on January 31, 2022.
Columbia University recognizes the importance of the co-production of knowledge in climate-related research. The Center for Science and Society is inviting applications for a postdoctoral researcher who will focus on advancing our commitment to ethical and informed practices around the co-production of knowledge over a two-year grant-funded position.
The postdoctoral researcher will create a series of annotated bibliographies focused on the co-production of knowledge across several domains, work with researchers across all the Columbia University units to convene a working group on co-production, develop sample syllabi for undergraduate, masters and doctoral courses on co-production, and produce a document that codifies good practices based on this work as well as input from leaders in the successful practice of co-production that can be disseminated widely. The successful candidate will help organize a workshop to this end and will also contribute to a webinar series that introduces the landscape of co-production of knowledge. The candidate will also have opportunities to work on media outreach and developing narratives that can be used for pedagogy and real-world research design.