Thursday, May 10, 2012

Three Teaching Fellowships in English

University of Bristol, School of Humanities
The Department of English invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for three temporary teaching fellowships from 1 September 2012. Two fellowships, one of ten months' and the other of twelve months' duration, will be awarded to a specialist in medieval literature. The third, of twenty-four months' duration, will be awarded to a specialist in early modern literature. Candidates should normally have received their PhD by the date of appointment. An active research record will be an advantage. The successful candidates will be expected to contribute to and develop the department's provision of teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level in the medieval and early modern periods (from 1200-1700), including a course on Shakespeare. The candidates should also be prepared to teach an introductory first year level course on poetry from medieval to the present and/or an introductory first year level course on critical theory. For further details about English at Bristol, see our website at Starting salary will be £30,122 - £33,884 per annum, pro-rata. Closing date for completed applications is Monday, 28th May 2012. It is anticipated that interviews will be held on Tuesday, 3rd July 2012. Informal enquiries may be made to the Head of Education, Dr. Stephen Cheeke, or Rosanne Jacks,


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