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No 6167

Wednesday 18 November 2009

Vol cxl No 8

pp. 229–252

Oxford Notices

Lincoln College


Lincoln College and the Faculty of Philosophy propose to make a joint appointment in Philosophy from 1 October 2010. The post-holder will be a Tutorial Fellow of Lincoln College and a University Lecturer (CUF) in the Faculty of Philosophy.

The successful candidate will be expected to provide undergraduate tuition for Lincoln College on a range of Philosophy subjects at both introductory and advanced level. The Faculty currently has urgent teaching needs in political philosophy and it is expected that the successful candidate will be able to teach in this area at graduate as well as undergraduate level. The Faculty also has teaching needs in the areas of aesthetics, philosophy of social science, and Kant, and would welcome applications from candidates able to teach in one or more of these areas, in addition to political philosophy. Teaching experience at university level is a requirement.

By 1 October 2010, the successful candidate must have received the degree of Ph.D. (or equivalent), or attained a comparable level of publications.

The combined College and University salary will be on a scale from £42,350 to £56,917 a year. Additional College allowances are available as set out in the further particulars.

Further particulars and an application form may be obtained from, or from the Academic Administrator, Lincoln College, Oxford, OX1 3DR (tel. 01865 279801, fax 01865 279802, email, to whom applica­tions should be submitted by 12 noon on Thursday, 17 December 2009. Applications submitted by email are welcome. Candidates should ask their referees to write directly to the Academic Administrator by the same date and should supply each referee with a copy of these further particulars. Referees may submit their references by email.

Lincoln College and the University of Oxford are equal opportunities employers.

University of Oxford


The Faculty of English, in association with Linacre College, proposes to appoint a Reader in American Literature from 1 October 2010 or as soon as possible thereafter. The successful candidate will be offered a non-tutorial Fellowship in English at Linacre College. Salary will be on the University’s Reader scale (£47,853 to £57,140 a year).

This is a senior post (equivalent to a full Professorship in American terms), and the post-holder will be required (along with the Drue Heinz Professor of American Literature) to provide leadership within the Faculty in the field of American Literature and the Faculty’s broader research strategy. In addition, the post-holder is required to provide 36 lectures or classes a year; to play a key role in the co-ordination and teaching of the M.St. English and American Studies; to undertake undergraduate and graduate examining; to undertake graduate supervision; and to perform administrative roles and mentoring functions with the Faculty.

The successful candidate will have a distinguished record of scholarship, research, publications, and teaching in American Literature; will possess a Doctorate in a related field or significant, equivalent research experience; will be able to supervise and examine graduates in the entire field of American Literature; and will be willing and able to contribute to administration in the Faculty and College.

Further particulars for the post (which all applicants should consult) are available online at

Applications, including a covering letter, curriculum vitae, a list of principal publications, and completed cover sheet/equal opportunities form (available within the further particulars or from the website), should be sent to the English Faculty Office (email (preferred), or English Faculty Office, St Cross Building, Manor Road, Oxford, OX1 3UL) by 12 noon on Monday, 7 December 2009. Applicants should arrange for references from three individuals to be sent to the above address by the closing date.