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The University, in association with University College, proposes to appoint a University Lecturer in English literature of the Romantic period from 1 September 2008 or as soon as possible thereafter. The successful candidate will be offered the Margaret Candfield Tutorial Fellowship in English at University College. Salary will be on a combined University and College scale up to a maximum of £52,628 a year. Significant additional College allowances are set out in the further particulars.
This is a senior post, and the post-holder is required to provide 36 lectures a year or equivalent for the English Faculty; to provide, for every week of full term, six hours a week of tutorial teaching or equivalent for the College; and to undertake examining and graduate supervision. The successful candidate will have a distinguished record of scholarship and research in English literature of the Romantic period, will be strongly committed to the tutorial system, and will be able to teach, supervise, and examine undergraduate and graduate students in English literature from 1740 to the present day and to contribute to administration in the College and Faculty. Preference will be given to candidates with a research and teaching interest in the period 1740-1850. Further particulars, which all applicants are asked to consult, can be downloaded from the website at http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/fp/, or from the Faculty website, http://www.english.ox.ac.uk/.
Applications, including a curriculum vitae, a list of principal publications, and the names of three referees, should be sent by post (eight copies except from candidates overseas who need to send only one) to Ms J. Arthur, English Faculty Office, St Cross Building, Manor Road, Oxford, OX1 3UQ or by e-mail to email@example.com for receipt no later than 12 noon on 14 February 2008. Candidates wishing to have an informal discussion about the post may contact Dr Sally Mapstone, Chair of the English Faculty Board (e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org).
Applications are invited for the two-year fixed-term post of Departmental Lecturer in the History and Politics of Modern China, to start on 1 September 2008. This post is a replacement teaching post.
The person appointed will have research interests in some aspect of the History and Politics of Modern China, and will be required to teach undergraduate students on Government and Politics in China (contemporary politics), to teach and supervise graduate students on the M.Phil. in Modern Chinese Studies, and to offer classes on China in War and Revolution 1890 to 1949 (late Qing and Republican history). The post comprises some examining duties. Some additional tutorial teaching will be required, for which extra remuneration will be made. The salary will be £26,666 (grade 7) (salary fixed due to funding restraints).
Further particulars of the post and details of how to apply may be obtained from the Administrator, History Faculty, Old Boys' High School, George Street, Oxford, OX1 2RL (tel. 01865 615007, e-mail email@example.com), or from the website at http://www.history.ox.ac.uk/faculty/jobs/index.htm.
Applicants should apply to the Administrator of the History Faculty at the above address by 4 p.m. on 15 February 2008. Overseas applications may be also be submitted by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Candidates are asked to arrange for three references to be sent to the Administrator at the above address (e-mail also acceptable) by the closing date.
A fixed-term research and teaching appointment in Modern Arabic is available from 1 October 2008 for two years. This initiative is designed to provide an intensive and supported career development opportunity for an outstanding academic at an early stage in her or his career, and to promote equality of opportunity by helping to create a more diverse pool of potential candidates for future academic posts at Oxford or elsewhere.
The University especially welcomes applications from women and ethnic minorities, who are under-represented among its academic staff (section 38 of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 and section 48 of the Race Relations Act 1976 apply).
The Fellowship is tenable in the Faculty of Oriental Studies. The post is tenable in the area of Modern Arabic Studies (post-1800), and the successful candidate will have a proven track record of using Modern Arabic language materials as the basis of his/her research. The post will be offered in association with Pembroke College. Career Development Fellows are offered the opportunity to develop their expertise in both research and teaching. They will also have an academic mentor as well as a personalized career and professional development package, including the opportunity to undertake the University's postgrad-uate diploma in learning and teaching. The salary will be in the range of £26,666 to £32,796 a year (University grade 7).
The Oriental Studies Faculty website can be found at http://www.orinst.ox.ac.uk/. Further particulars, including details of how to apply, should be obtained from http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/fp/. Applications and references must reach the Faculty Board Secretary, Oriental Institute, Pusey Lane, Oxford, OX1 2LE (tel. 01865 278200, fax 01865 278190, e-mail email@example.com) no later than 8 February 2008.
The University proposes to appoint a Postdoctoral Research Fellow to the Lyell Research Fellowship with effect from 1 October 2008 or as soon as possible thereafter. The appointment, initially for two years with a possible renewal for one year, is open to postdoctoral scholars working on any aspect of the history of the book in the handpress period (roughly 1450-1800). The salary will be in the range of £26,666 to £32,796 (grade 7).
The successful candidate will be elected to a non-stipendiary Research Fellowship at Merton College.
Further particulars are available from the History Faculty Administrator, History Faculty, Old Boys' High School, George Street, Oxford, OX1, 2RD (e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org), and applications should be made to the same address by no later than 6 February 2008. Applicants are asked to arrange for two references to be sent to the above address by the closing date.
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Cambridge University Reporter 23 January 2008
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