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OXFORD NOTICES

Lincoln College

FIXED-TERM PRAELECTORSHIP IN MODERN HISTORY

Lincoln College invites applications from postdoctoral graduates or from graduates in the final stages of completing a doctorate, either men or women, for a three-year fixed-term, non-renewable Praelectorship in Modern History with effect from 1 October 2004 to 30 September 2007. The Praelector will be required to provide up to twelve hours of tutorial teaching a week, averaged over the academical year.

The Praelector will be required to teach nineteenth- and twentieth-century British and General History, including the British History VI (1815-1924) and VII (1900 onwards) papers for both the Preliminary Examination and the Final Honour School, and the Preliminary paper General History IV (1815-1914). The applicant should also be able to offer one of the further and one of the special subjects in the Final Honour School of Modern History, and one Optional Subject in the Preliminary Examination. He/she will also be required to provide teaching for several authors prescribed for the Historiography paper for first years, and to help with the Disciplines of History paper in the Final Honour School. He/she would also be expected to help with supervision of the compulsory undergraduate thesis, with admissions, and general pastoral responsibilities.

The salary offered is currently £20,310 to £23,243 plus limited Common Room rights, a hospitality credit, book allowance, and membership of USS.

Further particulars and application forms may be obtained from the College Secretary, Lincoln College, Oxford, OX1 3DR (tel. 01865 279801, fax 01865 279802, e-mail juliet.montgomery@lincoln.ox.ac.uk) to whom applications should be submitted by Friday, 16 January 2004. Please note that applications submitted by e-mail will not be accepted.

JUNIOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP IN PHILOSOPHY

Lincoln College invites applications from graduates, either men or women, for a Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) in Philosophy, tenable for four years from 1 October 2004 to 30 September 2008 and non-renewable. On 1 October 2004, applicants should not have accumulated more than six years of full-time postgraduate study or research, excluding periods of professional training or preparation for a second undergraduate degree. The salary offered is currently £16,061 a year (without accommodation). Full Common Room rights and allowances are also offered.

The JRF will be expected to engage in research as well as provide tutorial teaching up to six hours a week averaged over the twenty-four teaching weeks.

The College is particularly concerned to provide the teaching of Introductory Logic and General Philosophy for the Preliminary Examination and Knowledge and Reality and the History of Philosophy from Descartes to Kant for Finals. The ability to teach one or more further subjects would be an advantage. As part of the ordinary duties of the post, the Fellow will be required to assist generally in the organization of teaching in Philosophy and the pastoral supervision of undergraduates (including setting and marking collections) and to assist with the Admissions process in Michaelmas Term.

Further details are available from the College website at http://www.lincoln.ox.ac.uk/ or from the College Secretary, Lincoln College, Oxford, OX1 3DR (tel. 01865 279801, fax 01865 279802, e-mail juliet.montgomery@lincoln.ox.ac.uk). Applicants are asked to submit eight copies of a curriculum vitae together with the names of three referees by 6 January 2004.

Lincoln College is an equal opportunities employer.


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Cambridge University Reporter 10 December
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