Teaching Fellow in Early Modern British History (0.75 FTE)
Grade 6, £32,958 - £39,324 per annum pro rata
plus £2,623 LWA (pro rata)
The Department of History seeks to appoint a Part-time Teaching Fellow in Early Modern British History, tenable for 24 months from 1 September 2017.
The post-holder will contribute to departmental teaching in Early Modern British History. S/he will deliver an upper level undergraduate module on ‘Early Modern London’, a first-year introductory module on 'Historical Skills, Sources and Approaches', and co-teach a 3rd year thematic module on ‘God.’ S/he will also play a role in the delivery of ‘Crime and Law in Early Modern England’, ‘Tudor England: Politics, Religion and Culture 1485-1603’, and overview modules for first-year undergraduates and MA students. In addition, the post-holder will contribute to the administration and pastoral provision of the Department.
Applications are welcome from candidates with scholarly interests in any area of early modern British history, and with the ability to teach across the range of topics outlined above. S/he should normally have completed a PhD in this area by the date of appointment.
The selection process will consist of a short presentation and interview.
Interviews are scheduled to be held the week commencing 3 July.
20 June 2017
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If you have questions about this role, please contact:
Professor Abigail Woods, Tel: 0207 848 7564, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org,
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