Job: Lecturer in Art History Renaissance & Early Modern Art (University of Melbourne)

Job:
Lecturer in Art History Renaissance & Early Modern Art 
University of Melbourne, Parkville, School of Culture & Communication, Faculty of Arts
Deadline:  7 September 2014

The School of Culture & Communications are seeking an energetic and committed individual who is able to take on responsibility for the Art History Program’s teaching in, first, Renaissance art and, in addition, either Baroque art or in Medieval art.
clock-towerIn this position, you will assume academic responsibilities including undergraduate teaching, postgraduate and honours student supervision, administration, subject coordination and maintenance of our existing curricula in Early Modern subjects as appropriate. You will have either an established record of research or show clear potential for future research accomplishment. You will be expected to show evidence of a productive research plans and demonstrate your capacity to contribute to administration within the School.

The School is definitely seeking an appointee with broad interests and an ability to relate her/his specialisation to the broader teaching and research interests of the Art History program of the University of Melbourne, and therefore the ability and desire to make contributions to the generalist first year art history subjects.

Close date: 7 September 2014.

For full details of the position description and selection criteria, and to apply, please visit:http://jobs.unimelb.edu.au/caw/en/job/882626/lecturer-in-art-history-renaissance-early-modern-art

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