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Hulsean Lectureship: Notice

Applications are invited for the Hulsean Lectureship in the University, for the calendar years 2001 and 2002. The person appointed, who must be a graduate of a university and aged not more than sixty-seven years on 1 January 2001, will be required to deliver a total of between four and eight lectures, by arrangement with the Faculty Board of Divinity, on some branch of Christian Theology. The Electors would also welcome nominations of suitable candidates.

The stipend payable is a specified proportion of the benefaction left by John Hulse, who died in 1790. The gross sum is expected to be about £3,000 a year.

Those who wish to be considered by the Electors should send to the Secretary not later than 31 October 2000 brief particulars of their proposed course of lectures, together with a curriculum vitae and the names of two persons to whom reference may be made. Further particulars are available from the following, to whom applications should be sent: Dr P. J. Harland, Education Section, 4 Parson's Court, Cambridge, CB2 3QE (tel. 01223 332354, e-mail pjh42@admin.cam.ac.uk). It is expected that an election will be made by the end of 2000.

The University is committed to equality of opportunity.


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Cambridge University Reporter, 4 October 2000
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