January 9, 2017

RSP seeking interviewers and audio interns!

We’re delighted to announce some exciting new opportunities to join the RSP team.

First of all, we are looking to increase our pool of interviewers. We need interviewers in North America, and especially in Asia, Africa, and other regions that have been under-represented on the RSP to-date. Our interviewers typically record two or more interviews a year, so the role doesn’t have to be a huge investment in time, but it is a great opportunity to be part of an growing international community, meet influential scholars in our area of study, and have your voice heard across the globe. If you, or anyone else you know (perhaps one of your students) would be interested, drop us an email (or an audio recording or video) telling us a little about yourself, and a couple of ideas for interviews you would like to record. (Our current team can be found here)

Second, we are looking to bring in one or more audio interns. These will be trained personally by David Robertson in podcast audio production to a professional standard, with the intention that they will be given responsibility for editing full episodes by July 2017. This is therefore a unique opportunity to gain specialist skills. Training will consist of video lessons and face-to-face sessions; the role itself requires about an hour per week. If you, or anyone else you know would be interested, drop us an email (or an audio recording or video) telling us a little about yourself, your schedule, and why you are interested in the role.

To apply, email us at editors@religiousstudiesproject.com by 23 January 2017.

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4 replies to “RSP seeking interviewers and audio interns!

  1. Mathilde Hernu

    Hello! I’m a PhD student in Cognitive Science of Religion at the Institute of Cognition and Culture, Queen’s University, Belfast, UK. My topic surrounds explanatory coexistence ( the coexistence of natural and supernatural explanations used by an individual in certain kind of events). I’m interested in getting involved and keeping up to date with the current research in the field!

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    1. Post Author Christopher Cotter

      Hello, as it currently stands, we have not yet had the resources to provide financial remuneration for any of our team. In each case, it is hoped that the training, exposure and networking associated with the roles will encourage participation, but obviously we understand that this might be a barrier for some.

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