Posts Tagged ‘Lectureship’

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Early Modern English Literature Positions Inc. #Shakespeare

August 6, 2012

 

 

 

 

 

Teaching Fellow in Early Modern Literature

 

 

 

 

Lecturer in Shakespeare and Theatre

 

 

 

Lectureship in Early Modern English Fixed Term (4 months)

 

 

 

 

 

Professor or Associate Professor of English Literature inc. Shakespeare

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Senior Lecturer in English Literature

June 29, 2012
Name of Institution
University of Glamorgan
Location
Treforest
Categories
Academic
Salary
£38,140 – £44,166 per annum
Reference
FBS110
Applications are invited for a Senior Lectureship in English Literature in either the early modern period and/or the long eighteenth century. The research specialism is open but applications from those with expertise in Literature and Science or Welsh Writing in English are particularly welcome. You will have a high quality record of research achievement through publication suitable for submission to REF 2014 and considerable teaching experience within English Literature in Higher Education. You will be expected to devise and deliver courses in your specialist area as well as making contributions to both the undergraduate and postgraduate curricula. You will also be expected to undertake relevant administrative duties commensurate with your experience and to work in partnership with staff across the Division of English.
CLOSING DATE: 20th July 2012
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Temporary Lectureship at Bangor University

October 5, 2011
Bangor University

Temporary Lectureship

Bangor University – College of Arts and Humanities, School of English

Grade 7:  £29,972 p.a

Applications are invited for a temporary post in the School of English.

An expertise in Early Modern Literature would be an advantage.

Applicants for this post should be outstanding scholars, with clearly-defined evidence of a promising publication record.

This post is available from 1st October 2011 and will be available until 30th June 2012.

Application forms and further particulars should be obtained by contacting Human Resources, Bangor University;  tel: (01248) 382926/383865;  e-mail: personnel@bangor.ac.uk; web: www.bangor.ac.uk

Please quote reference number 11-11/56 when applying.

For further details or an informal discussion, please contact Professor Tony Brown on 01248 382102.

Closing date for applications: 1.00 p.m. Friday 7th October 2011.

Committed To Equal Opportunities

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Lectureship in Early Modern English

May 24, 2011

King’s College London – Department of English Language and Literature

Fixed Term (to cover a period of both Maternity and Research leave).

Summary: 

Lectureship in Early Modern English Fixed Term (2 years) full-time

Details: 

The Department wishes to appoint a fixed-term lecturer in early modern English literature to contribute to teaching at BA and MA level, including the highly successful MA in Early Modern English: Text and Transmission (with the British Library), and MA in Shakespeare Studies (with Shakespeare’s Globe). Applicants should have a strong record of research and publication appropriate to their stage of career.  The successful candidate will join a dynamic group of early modern scholars in the Department of English and the London Shakespeare Centre, and will be encouraged to participate in the research activities of both groups.

Salary:

The appointments will be made, dependent on relevant qualifications and experience, within the Grade 6 scale. The range will be £30,870 to £36,862 per annum, plus £2,323 London Allowance.

Other Information:

The closing date for receipt of applications is 14 June 2011.

Interviews will be held in early July 2011.

Start Date: September 2011

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