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Shakespeare Position at Warwick

December 10, 2010

Assistant or Associate Professor in Shakespeare, Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture (1350-1700)
Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies

Assistant Professor £36,715 – £43,840 pa
Associate Professor £45,155 – £52,347 pa

You will undertake advanced research in an appropriate field of study in English and Comparative Literatures; enhance existing research groups in an appropriate field and undertake teaching and other academic duties.

You will be emerging or have an already established international standing in an appropriate field of study in English and Comparative Literatures and you will have an appropriate level of teaching experience.

In exceptional circumstances the University may appoint at professorial level should suitable candidates apply.

https://secure.admin.warwick.ac.uk/webjobs/jobs/academic/job14113.html

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