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Job: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Cultural and Intellectual History, Warburg Institute, London

2925Job: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Cultural and Intellectual History, Warburg Institute, London
Deadline: 26 November 2017

The Warburg Institute is recruiting for a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer for teaching and research in Cultural and Intellectual History. In this role, you will contribute to teaching, supervising and mentoring the Institute’s postgraduate students whilst helping to develop both the taught MA and PhD programmes. You will also play an active part in the academic life of the Warburg, conducting research, publishing your work and actively identifying and pursuing external funding for research projects.

We are calling for applications from academically qualified candidates with a background in any aspect of Cultural and Intellectual History. All things being equal, preference will be given to candidates with research expertise in the history of philosophy and/or in languages and textual scholarship, including editing and translation studies. You will have combined experience of academic research and teaching, coupled with demonstrable experience of developing teaching modules and course programmes.  Your proven high level written and verbal communication skills will suit a range of audiences, and these skills will also compliment your ability to work collaboratively with academic and professional services staff, and participate in academic networks.  Superior organisational skills to plan a programme and schedule of work whilst completing complex tasks involving multiple contributors is critical.

Applications close midnight Sunday, 26 November 2017.  Interviews are expected to take place the week commencing 11 December 2017 and applicants are expected to ensure their availability during that period.

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JOB: Lecturer in Byzantine History, Kings College London, UK

kcl_red_logoJOB: Lecturer in Byzantine History, Kings College London, UK:
Deadline: 6th November 2017

The Departments of Classics and History are seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Byzantine History to cover for staff on research leave. The successful candidate will teach over a range of topics (as indicated in the Job Pack) in collaboration with colleagues, assist with the pastoral support of students, and contribute to the research life of the two Departments. They will be helped through mentoring and training to develop their career.

Candidates should specialise in any aspect of Byzantine history and culture. They will have a record of inspiring teaching and a commitment to academic development of the subject and its promotion through public engagement.

The selection process will include a brief presentation and a panel interview, and will be held in the week beginning Monday 20 November 2017.

For informal queries about the role please contact Professor Abigail Woods abigail.woods@kcl.ac.uk Head of the Department of History, or Professor Dominic Rathbone dominic.rathbone@kcl.ac.uk Head of the Department of Classics.

This post will be a Fixed Term Contract for 18 months, starting 1 January 2018.

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JOB: UEA: Art History 330-1400

Senior Lecturer/Reader/Professor in Art History

University of East Anglia – School of Art, Media and American Studies

Location: Norwich
Salary: £47,801 to £55,389
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent


Placed on: 14th January 2016
Closes: 12th February 2016
Job Ref: ATR1275

Professor: A competitive salary is available for an outstanding candidate

We are seeking to recruit a Senior Lecturer/Reader/Professor in Art History in any one of the following three areas: Art History 330-1400; Art History 1400-1700; and Art History 1800-1900. The successful candidate will have a PhD (or equivalent qualification or experience) in a relevant subject area and an expertise in museum studies or comparable professional experience of museums would also be welcome but it is not essential.

You will act as a lead for your subject area upon arrival and as such will provide vision and direction in the area of Art History. You will be expected to take on the role of Head of School at some point in the future.

This full time indefinite post is available from 1 September 2016.

Closing date: 12 noon on 12 February 2016.

Job: Part-Time Lecturer Ancient Art (Berlin, 2 February – 22 May 2015)

Part-Time Lecturer in Art History
“Ancient Art in Berlin: Discovering  the Collections of Museum Island”
New York University (NYU) Berlin, 2 February 2 – 22 May 22 2015
Deadline: 11 November 2014

New York University (NYU) Berlin is seeking a part-time lecturer to  teach an undergraduate course entitled “Ancient Art in Berlin:  Discovering Museum Island” in the Spring 2015 semester.

NYU Berlin is one of New York University’s global study-away sites and  provides US and other international students with the opportunity to  spend a semester studying in Berlin while earning credits towards their  degree. The program is fully integrated into NYU’s curriculum and  designed for BA students in the social sciences, arts and humanities  who want to earn credit in their major – including sociology, history, politics, art, art history, German, European studies, and environmental studies – while having a transformative experience abroad. Most courses  are taught in English. Seminars and lectures take place at the academic  center located within the complex of the Kulturbrauerei in Prenzlauer  Berg and at NYUB’s art studio in Kreuzberg. The program size is 80-100  students per semester.

berlinPosition: NYU Berlin has created a study abroad program of exceptional quality  for its students. We are seeking a part-time lecturer for the Spring  2015 semester (February to May) for an art history course on the  ancient art collections held at Berlin’s Museum Island. The trio of  museums at the heart of inquiry consists of the Pergamon Museum, the  Neues Museum (and Egyptian Museum, within it) and the Altes Museum.  Collectively, their early artifacts in various media will introduce  students to an almost encyclopedic chronological and regional range of  ancient visual cultures. The Bode Museum, notably featuring the  Münzkabinett (“coin cabinet”) within its diverse holdings, will also be  visited and studied. Field trips taking advantage of all these rich  collections thus make up an essential part of the course. The course  meets once per week. The sessions are not a straight lecture but a  mixture between seminar, field trip and lecture.

Requirements for Interested Candidates:

•    Doctorate in art history or another relevant discipline.
•    Record of research and publications in the field.
•    Minimum of three years teaching experience at university level.
•    German work-permit and tax number at the time of application, covering the entire period of the employment.
•    Preference will be given to candidates who have studied in the US  and/or have international teaching experience.

Terms and conditions will be discussed with the successful applicant.  Applications will be reviewed jointly by NYU Berlin and NYU New York.  Interviews of short-listed candidates will be held in person at NYU  Berlin and online/by phone with New York faculty.

Please submit your  application by November 11th – in the form of a C.V., cover letter,  scans of degree certificates, as well as any available references and  student evaluations (preferably all documents in one PDF file) – via  e-mail to Dr. Gabriella Etmektsoglou (ge377@nyu.edu) and Dr. Roland  Pietsch (rp99@nyu.edu) at NYU Berlin, who will forward the application  to the relevant departments in New York.

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

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

Job: Lecturer in Modern Greek History (19th-20th century), Royal Holloway

Applications are invited for the post of Lecturer in Modern Greek History in the Department of History.
Three Year fixed term appointment
Salary is in the range £39,890 to £47,187 per annum inclusive of London Allowance

Since its foundation in 1886 Royal Holloway has built a strong tradition of Classical and Byzantine Studies at the University of London. In order to promote further this tradition the College established the Hellenic Institute in 1993, as a research centre for the study of Hellenism, to cover all aspects and periods and to act as a forum for all those interested in Hellenic history and culture, organizing lectures, seminars and conferences for students, scholars and the wider public.

As a further step towards the strengthening of Modern Greek Studies at the History Department, the Hellenic Institute and the College, the post of a three-year full-time Lectureship in Modern Greek Historyis established, thanks to the generous support of the Greek Ministry of Culture and Sports and the A. G. Leventis Foundation. The lecturer should have a special interest in 19th and 20th century Greek history. Applications from those with interests in Anglo-Hellenic relations and in the history of the world-wide Greek Diaspora are particularly welcome.

Candidates will have completed a PhD in a relevant topic and be able to demonstrate a developing record of publications and research plans. The successful candidate will design, teach and contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Modern Greek History as well as in the wider area of the History of South-Eastern Europe, the Mediterranean, and transnational studies. Experience in academic administration, organising conferences and fund raising is also essential.

This is a full time post, available from 1 September 2014 or as soon as possible thereafter for a fixed term period of 3 years. This post is based in Egham, Surrey where the College is situated in a beautiful, leafy campus near to Windsor Great Park and within commuting distance from London.

For an informal discussion about the post, please contactProfessor Jonathan Phillips (Head of Department) onJ.P.Phillips@rhul.ac.uk or +44 (0)1784 443295

To view further details of this post and to apply please visithttp://www.rhul.ac.uk/aboutus/jobvacancies/home.aspx . The RHUL Recruitment Team can be contacted with queries by email at:recruitment@rhul.ac.uk  or via telephone on: +44 (0)1784 41 4241.

Please quote the reference: X0314/7633

Closing Date: Midnight, Tuesday 8 April

Interview Dates24 and 25 April 2014

The College is committed to equality and diversity, and encourages applications from all sections of the community.

Job: University Lectureship in Early Ottoman History, c. 1300-c.1800 University of Cambridge, Faculty of History

CamrbdiSalary: £37,756-£47,787
Reference: JJ02030
Closing date: 02 April 2014

Applications are invited for a University Lectureship in Early Ottoman History (c.1300-c.1800). The successful candidate will be part of a lively and intellectually stimulating research community in Early Modern History, which performs to the highest international levels in research and publications, and will have access to the excellent research facilities which Cambridge offers, in particular through the Skilliter Centre for Ottoman Studies. The post is available from 1 October 2014, or as soon as possible thereafter.

The appointee must hold a PhD (or equivalent) and will be an outstanding scholar and teacher in their field.  Research of international standing will be expected. The Faculty welcomes both early career scholars and those who already have established careers. The post-holder will be encouraged to build collaborative research programmes as well as to conduct their individual research. He or she will teach at all levels from undergraduate to PhD and will be expected to examine at all levels, and to take a fair share of administration.

The annual pensionable stipend for a Lecturer is on a scale from £37,756 to £47,787 with the possibility of market supplementation where appropriate. Appointments will be for a probationary period of 5 years with appointment to the retiring age thereafter, subject to satisfactory performance. The Lecturer will be based in central Cambridge.

This appointment is subject to a health assessment. Whether an outcome is satisfactory will be determined by the University.

Further particulars and application forms for the post can be downloaded from the Faculty’s website (http://www.hist.cam.ac.uk/jobs) or may be obtained from the Secretary of the Appointments Committee, Faculty of History, West Road, Cambridge CB3 9EF (telephone number 01223 335350, e-mail: jobs@hist.cam.ac.uk), to whom completed applications (comprising a cover letter, CHRIS/6 form, CV and writing sample) should be e-mailed by 5.00pm on Wednesday 2 April, 2014.

Informal enquiries may be made either to the Chair of the Faculty, Professor David Reynolds (histchr@hermes.cam.ac.uk), or to the Faculty’s HR Clerk, Mrs Joanne Pearson (e-mail: jobs@hist.cam.ac.uk, telephone: 01223 335350).
Please quote reference JJ02030 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
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