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School of Education


A post-doctoral educational historian or social historian with a particular interest in education is required for a major three-year research project into the impact of wartime evacuation upon teacher attitude and practice which commences on 1 March 1998 and ends 28 February 2001. In addition to substantial achievement in historical research and publication, successful applicants will need to demonstrate the ability to undertake oral history research. Experience in using software packages for qualitative data analysis would be an advantage. Applicants will also require the capacity to work independently and to take responsibility for the administration and organization of the project office. The post will involve extensive travel nationwide.

 The post will be full-time. The salary will be on the University's scale for research posts, i.e. £15,159-21,016. The closing date for applications is 23 January 1998 and interviews will be held on 30 January 1998. For further details and an application form please contact the School of Education, Shaftesbury Road, Cambridge, CB2 2BX, tel. (01223) 369631, fax (01223) 324421, e-mail educ-inst-tutorial@lists.cam.ac.uk.

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Cambridge University Reporter, 14th January 1998
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