Wednesday 28 April 2010
Vol cxl No 27
Applications are invited for a Stipendiary Lectureship in English Literature of the Early Modern period including Shakespeare, tenable from 1 October 2010. This post is available for one year in the first instance, but may be extended.
The appointee will be required to provide up to twelve weighted hours of tutorial teaching (in a combination of tutorials and classes) a week during term, and to participate in the pastoral care of students and the administration of English within the College, including admissions and marking College examinations. The appointee will work in conjunction with Dr Ankhi Mukherjee and Mr Bernard O’Donoghue.
Further particulars may be obtained from the College website (http://www.wadham.ox.ac.uk/fellows-staff/vacancies/academic-vacancies.html) or from the College’s Tutorial Office (email firstname.lastname@example.org). The closing date for applications is Friday, 21 May.
Wadham College invites applications for a Stipendiary Lectureship in History for the academic year 2010–11 to cover some of the teaching of Dr Matthew Kempshall, who will be on sabbatical leave. The Lecturer will be required to give six hours a week of tutorials during the eight weeks of full term, averaged over the year (the College allows stipendiary Lecturers to ‘weight’ their hours if teaching in groups of two or three, and thus real contact hours may be slightly less). The stipend will be on point one of the Senior Tutors’ Committee recommended scale, presently £12,137 a year.
The Lecturer will be expected to take responsibility for teaching at least three out of four period papers for the first-year examinations (History of the British Isles I and II; General History I or II), together with analogous British and General History papers for the Final Honour School, as well as any Optional, Further, or Special Subjects which they are able to teach. He or she will also be expected to supervise any appropriate undergraduate theses and participate in the team teaching of the first-year Approaches to History or Historiography papers, as well as the Final Honour School methodology paper. Full details of the current syllabuses are available through the University’s website at http://www.history.ox.ac.uk/prosundergrad/courses/index.htm. The post might be particularly appropriate for a graduate student coming towards the end of, or just having finished, her or his doctoral studies.
Further particulars may be obtained from the College website (http://www.wadham.ox.ac.uk/fellows-staff/vacancies/academic-vacancies.html) or from the College’s Tutorial Office (email email@example.com). The closing date for applications is noon on 11 May 2010.
Wadham College is an equal opportunities employer.
The scholarship is attached to Hertford College, under the aegis of the Carroll Professor of Irish History, and is tenable for one year from 1 October 2010.
Preference will be given to candidates who have recently been awarded a postgraduate degree and wish to develop their work further or initiate a new project, but those in the final stages of a postgraduate degree will not be excluded, particularly if they have a special reason to study at Oxford.
The Irish Government Scholar, who will be a member of the Hertford College MCR, will receive accommodation, a maintenance grant, appropriate SCR dining rights, and fees where applicable. Limited teaching may be available.
Applications (by curriculum vitae and covering letter with a programme of work) should arrive with the Secretary of the History Board, History Faculty, Old Boys’ High School, George Street, Oxford, OX1 2RL (tel. 01865 615007, email firstname.lastname@example.org), from whom further particulars are available, by Tuesday, 18 May 2010. Candidates should ask three referees to submit letters of support by the same date.