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St Hugh's College

FIXED-TERM STIPENDIARY LECTURESHIP IN MODERN HISTORY

Applications are invited for a Stipendiary Lectureship in Modern History (principally eighteenth-century) for two years beginning on 1 October 2004. The average teaching expected will be seven hours a week, made up of tutorials and classes. The person appointed will be expected to teach the History of the British Isles 1685-1830 and General (European) History 1715-1799, for St Hugh's and for Colleges with which St Hugh's has a reciprocal arrangement. An ability to teach earlier periods of General (European) History and Theories of the State would be an advantage. The person appointed will also be expected to assist the other tutors at St Hugh's in teaching first and second/third-year papers in Approaches to History and Disciplines of History.

The person appointed will be expected to share responsibility for the organization of undergraduate History teaching, and to participate in undergraduate admissions procedures.

The Lecturer will be paid on the Stipendiary Lecturers' Scale (currently equivalent to £11,752 for a seven-hour post - under review). The Lecturer will have Senior Common Room rights, including a meal entitlement.

Applications, together with a curriculum vitae and the names and contact details of two referees, should be sent by post to Dr John Robertson, St Hugh's College, Oxford, OX2 6LE, by 7 June. Further particulars are available from Dr Robertson (tel. 01865 274976, e-mail john.robertson@history.ox.ac.uk). Candidates should state in their applications which papers they are able to teach (details of papers are available on the Modern History Faculty website at http://www.history.ox.ac.uk). They should ask their referees to write to Dr John Robertson by 7 June.

St Hugh's College is an equal opportunities employer.


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Cambridge University Reporter 26 May 2004
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