UCL Department / Division : History
Location of position : London
Grade : 7
Hours : Full Time
Salary (inclusive of London allowance) : £39,353 – £42,701 per annum
Duties and Responsibilities :
UCL History is seeking to appoint an exceptional candidate to the post of ‘Lectureship in Medieval History’. We welcome applications from scholars doing research of the highest quality and able to teach successfully at both undergraduate and taught graduate levels, and in due course to attract doctoral students. You will be expected to teach modules of your own devising, that relate to your area of specialism; in addition you will contribute to a ‘team taught’ first year undergraduate core course. You will convene the module ‘Manuscripts and Documents’ (MA Medieval and Renaissance Studies) as well as developing an MA module which relates to your own field of research.
We welcome applications from historians working on any aspect of medieval history (from c1100 on), in order to complement existing areas of strength within the department. The department seeks to build on its considerable strength in the field of medieval history, in terms of both range and depth. We are looking for demonstrable strength in palaeography and diplomatic, as well as strong working knowledge not just of medieval Latin but also of the key scholarly languages in the field, including French and German.
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More information about the History Department and its academic staff can be found on our web site: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/history
We anticipate notifying long-listed candidates on 10 September. These applicants will be provided with selected passages from medieval manuscripts, and asked to transcribe them before the shortlist is finalised. Interviews will take place on Wednesday 26 September.
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Closing Date : 7 Sep 2018
Latest time for the submission of applications : 23:59
Interview date : 26 September 2018
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