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The post is available from 1 October 2004 or as soon as possible thereafter for a period of two years, with the possibility of renewal for a further year. The appointee will give lectures on Brazilian Literature and Culture and take part in language teaching. The language of instruction may be either English or Portuguese. Applicants are expected to have a doctorate in Portuguese or to be close to concluding such a doctorate. Preference will be given to applicants with relevant prior teaching experience and/or training. The salary will be in the range of £18,265 to £24,121 a year (pay award pending).

The closing date for applications is 2 June. Further particulars are available from Ms L. Barham, 41 Wellington Square, Oxford, OX1 2JF (tel. 01865 280740, e-mail louise.barham@mod-langs.ox.ac.uk).


Applications are invited for an Instructorship in Arabic, tenable from 1 October 2004. The post is for three years in the first instance, with the possibility of renewal thereafter, subject to a satisfactory review at the end of the third year. Applicants should have a native command or equivalent of Arabic and expertise in the teaching of Arabic as a foreign language.

Applicants will hold a professional teaching qualification and/or a doctorate (or be working towards one). Experience of the teaching of Arabic literature would be an advantage, but is not essential. The salary will be in the range of £18,265 to £21,125 a year.

Further particulars, including details of how to apply, should be obtained from http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/fp/ or from the office of Ms C. Vinnicombe, Secretary to the Board of Oriental Studies, Oriental Institute, Pusey Lane, Oxford, OX1 2LE (tel. 01865 278200, fax 01865 278190, e-mail orient@orinst.ox.ac.uk), to whom applications should be sent no later than 3 June.

The University of Oxford is an equal opportunities employer.

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Cambridge University Reporter 6 May 2004
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