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April 4, 2013

Early English Drama & Performance

“The Role

The School of Arts is seeking to appoint two Lecturers in Drama and Theatre.

Those appointed will complement existing research strengths within the Department, though there are particular teaching needs in the areas of comic performance, applied performance, visual performance, and physical theatre. Those appointed will contribute to the teaching and examination of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, make a substantial contribution to the research activity and environment of the Department and School, and contribute to the administration of the Department and School.

The Person

The successful candidate will have a PhD in Drama, Theatre or a cognate area and a demonstrable knowledge of one or more research areas complementing the Department’s existing research strengths.

Broad knowledge of drama, theatre and performance, together with a capacity to communicate this knowledge effectively to students is essential as is previous experience of research-led teaching of drama and theatre within an HE…

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