Salary: Not specified
Hours: Part Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed on: 25th January 2018
Closes: 9th March 2018
The Governing Body proposes to elect a suitably qualified candidate to a Stipendiary Lectureship in Medieval History for one year only from 1 October 2018 (during Professor Blair’s absence on sabbatical leave).
The Lecturer will be required to teach four hours per week for Queen’s and Pembroke Colleges. He or she will have an expertise in medieval British History, including in particular an ability to teach the papers listed below. By a long-standing arrangement, we cover Pembroke’s British History I teaching at Prelim level. The Lecturer will be expected to continue that arrangement.
The Preliminary Examination: History of the British Isles I (c.300-1087); History of the British Isles II (1042-1330); and one or more of European and World History (EWH) II: The Early Medieval World, 600-1000; EWH III: The Central Middle Ages, 900-1300; EWH IV: The Global Middle Ages, 500 – 1500, and the Optional Subject: The Age of Bede.
The Final Honour School: History of the British Isles I (c.300-1087); History of the British Isles II (1042-1330); and one or more of General History II (476-750), III(700-900) and IV (900-1122), Further Subjects: Anglo-Saxon Archaeology; Justinian and Muhammad and Carolingian Renaissance, and Special Subjects: Francia in the Age of Clovis and Gregory of Tours; Byzantium in the Age of Constantine Porphyrogenitus, and The Norman Conquest of England.
It should be emphasized that the History of the British Isles papers are the main requirement: we would not expect the successful candidate to cover more than a small proportion of the other papers listed above.
Candidates should submit their electronic application to the Academic Administrator, email@example.com, no later than noon Friday 9th March 2018. Shortlisted candidates will be interview week beginning 16th April 2018.
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