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The International Center for Ethnographic Research and Training (InCERT) at East Carolina University is seeking highly motivated Postdoctoral Research Fellows with skills in network analysis, anthropology, sociology, ethnographic methods, ethnology, and mixed methods research to tackle critical research priorities on creating computer-based tools for the data-mining of ethnographic texts. The research priorities include efforts to link concepts in network analysis with the automated tagging and coding of ethnographic text sources or what we refer to as rapid ethnographic retrieval (RER). Applicants must have excellent interpersonal skills and rigorous doctoral-level training in a field commensurate with the Fellowship opportunity (e.g., social science, anthropology, sociology, computer science, or network methods).
The Fellowships are 1-3 years in length and offer a flexible start date, competitive salary, and excellent resources for career development. Selected applicants will assist in ongoing research projects as well as research development (i.e., grant proposals, project management, and authorship on manuscripts and presentations).
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until suitable candidates are found. For additional information, please email Jeffrey C. Johnson at [log in to unmask]
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