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King's College

JUNIOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP IN ARTS, HUMANITIES, OR SOCIAL SCIENCES

King's College, Cambridge, wishes to appoint a Junior Research Fellow (a four year faculty level position) to work in the field of Arts, Humanities, or Social Sciences. The Fellowship will be tenable for up to four years from 1 October 2003.

Graduates of any university are eligible subject to the condition that they shall have obtained, or expect to obtain, a Ph.D. or equivalent. The successful candidate will be a member of King's College and will be expected to take a full part in College life and will be expected to reside in Cambridge.

Further details, including method of application, may be obtained from the Provost's Personal Assistant, King's College, Cambridge, CB2 1ST (e-mail: sj282@cam.ac.uk), or from the King's College Web Site at www.kings.cam.ac.uk/vacancies. Specific questions may be addressed to Professor Simon Goldhill, Co-ordinator of Research, on e-mail at sdg1001@hermes.cam.ac.uk.

The closing date for application is 31 October 2003; short-listed candidates must be available to attend interviews on 21 January 2004.

JUNIOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP IN HISTORIOGRAPHY

King's College, Cambridge, wishes to appoint a Junior Research Fellow (a four year faculty level position) to work in the field of Historiography. The successful candidate may work on any historical period or area, but will be part of a group of scholars working in a multidisciplinary manner under the general heading of 'description'.

The successful candidate will be a member of King's College and will be expected to take a full part in College life. Although these are research posts, teaching opportunities will be made available and are encouraged. The basic salary of the Fellowship is £14,982 to £19,114 a year (pay award pending), according to age and academic qualification; the Fellowship may be held for up to four years from 1 October 2004. Subsidized accommodation may be available in College.

Further details, including method of application, may be obtained from the Provost's Personal Assistant, King's College, Cambridge, CB2 1ST (e-mail sj282@cam.ac.uk), or from the King's College Web Site at www.kings.cam.ac.uk/vacancies. Specific questions may be addressed to Professor Simon Goldhill, Co-ordinator of Research, on e-mail at sdg1001@hermes.cam.ac.uk.

The closing date for application is 14 November 2003; short-listed candidates must be available to attend interviews on 3 and 4 February 2004.


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Cambridge University Reporter, 1 October 2003
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