The History subject area at the University of Glasgow invites applications for a full-time, open-ended Lecturer role in Medieval History on the Research & Teaching track. We seek an individual with an outstanding track record in research, including publications, funding, collaboration and outreach appropriate to the early career stage, and evidence of excellent teaching, pastoral, communication and organisational skills. Research expertise within the early medieval period (4th – 11th century) is essential. A capacity to contribute to one or more of the subject area’s key thematic strengths (indicated below) would be desirable. The postholder will contribute to research activities and undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, supervision and administration as outlined in the job description. This post is supported by Glasgow’s Early Career Development Programme with teaching relief in years 1 and 2 to complete a postgraduate qualification in Higher Education.
History at Glasgow is a large and dynamic subject area with over forty historians working from the early medieval to late modern. Areas of thematic focus include gender history, Scottish history, slavery studies, war studies and global history. Recent REF results demonstrate the excellence of our research and our commitment to public engagement, while our NSS scores indicate the strength of our student-centred, research-led teaching culture. History is part of the School of Humanities in the College of Arts at the University of Glasgow.
This post is on a full time (35 hrs per week), open ended basis.
For further information on the College of Arts, School of Humanities, please visit www.gla.ac.uk/schools/humanities
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