Monday, May 16, 2011

Lecturer in Shakespeare & Early Modern Drama, University of Nottingham

Reference : CE04185A
Closing Date : 09 June 2011
Salary : £32,751 to £44,016 per annum, depending on skills and experience, salary progression beyond this scale is subject to performance
This full-time, permanent post is available from 1 September 2011

Applications are invited for the above post based in the School of English Studies.

The person appointed will cover undergraduate teaching on core, team-taught first- and second-year modules and the provision of specialist option modules in drama and literature for third year students in the area of Shakespeare and Early Modern Drama, as well as contributing to MA teaching within the School. The successful candidate will also be expected to contribute to team teaching on the Theatre Research MA and a new planned collaborative Masters programme with the School of Education, an MA in Creative and Professional Practice, and may be asked to help with the development of short courses as part of the School's work in the area of continuing and professional development. In addition they will also be expected to contribute fully to the recruitment, supervision and examination of doctoral students.

Candidates should have a PhD in Shakespeare and/or Early Modern Drama and be able to teach on core modules on drama and performance and early modern literature and drama. They should also be willing to use their current research interests in order to develop new modules, and assist with team teaching at MA level, including contributing to delivery of the School's Distance Learning MA and continuing and professional development programmes where appropriate. Teaching experience in higher education will be an advantage.

Informal enquiries may be addressed to Professor Julie Sanders, Head of School,
tel: 0115 846 7040 or Please note applications sent directly to this email address will not be accepted. Further information about the School is available at:

Provisional interview date: 15 July 2011


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