[Msa-discuss] Literature Positions at University of Kent

David Ayers D.S.Ayers at kent.ac.uk
Fri Mar 2 02:26:12 EST 2012


Lecturer in Modernist Literature



Ref     HUM0247
Location        Canterbury
Job Type        Academic
Contract Type   Open Ended
Salary Type     Per Annum
Salary (£)      31020 - 44166


HUM0247, School of English, Closing date: 13 Mar 2012

The Role


The School of English wishes to appoint a Lecturer in Modernist Literature from 1st September 2012. The successful candidate will have an established research profile and experience in teaching at University level. S/he will contribute to the School’s undergraduate and postgraduate curricula in Modernist literature and culture by teaching seminar groups, offering lectures, and convening modules. S/he is also expected to make a contribution to the research culture of the School and where appropriate to play a full and active role in the Centre for Modern Poetry and the Centre for Modern European Literature, by (for example) contributing to research seminars, organising poetry readings or conferences, participating in or leading reading groups, and offering MA modules. S/he is expected to have a strong interdisciplinary interest and have a full complement of 3* or 4* publications ready for submission at REF 2014. S/he should have research interests which reflect current developments in scholarship, and research which contributes to the development of new fields, has a significant archival component, or has inter-linguistic and transnational dimensions, is desirable.


Lecturer in Modernist Literature



Ref     HUM0247
Location        Canterbury
Job Type        Academic
Contract Type   Open Ended
Salary Type     Per Annum
Salary (£)      31020 - 44166


HUM0247, School of English, Closing date: 13 Mar 2012

The Role


The School of English wishes to appoint a Lecturer in Modernist Literature from 1st September 2012. The successful candidate will have an established research profile and experience in teaching at University level. S/he will contribute to the School’s undergraduate and postgraduate curricula in Modernist literature and culture by teaching seminar groups, offering lectures, and convening modules. S/he is also expected to make a contribution to the research culture of the School and where appropriate to play a full and active role in the Centre for Modern Poetry and the Centre for Modern European Literature, by (for example) contributing to research seminars, organising poetry readings or conferences, participating in or leading reading groups, and offering MA modules. S/he is expected to have a strong interdisciplinary interest and have a full complement of 3* or 4* publications ready for submission at REF 2014. S/he should have research interests which reflect current developments in scholarship, and research which contributes to the development of new fields, has a significant archival component, or has inter-linguistic and transnational dimensions, is desirable.


Lecturer in Modernist Literature



Ref     HUM0247
Location        Canterbury
Job Type        Academic
Contract Type   Open Ended
Salary Type     Per Annum
Salary (£)      31020 - 44166


HUM0247, School of English, Closing date: 13 Mar 2012

The Role


The School of English wishes to appoint a Lecturer in Modernist Literature from 1st September 2012. The successful candidate will have an established research profile and experience in teaching at University level. S/he will contribute to the School’s undergraduate and postgraduate curricula in Modernist literature and culture by teaching seminar groups, offering lectures, and convening modules. S/he is also expected to make a contribution to the research culture of the School and where appropriate to play a full and active role in the Centre for Modern Poetry and the Centre for Modern European Literature, by (for example) contributing to research seminars, organising poetry readings or conferences, participating in or leading reading groups, and offering MA modules. S/he is expected to have a strong interdisciplinary interest and have a full complement of 3* or 4* publications ready for submission at REF 2014. S/he should have research interests which reflect current developments in scholarship, and research which contributes to the development of new fields, has a significant archival component, or has inter-linguistic and transnational dimensions, is desirable.


Lecturer in Modernist Literature [note: positions also advertised in American, Modern (poetry), and Postcolonial]


Ref

HUM0247

Location

Canterbury

Job Type

Academic

Contract Type

Open Ended

Salary Type

Per Annum

Salary (£)

31020 - 44166



HUM0247, School of English, Closing date: 13 Mar 2012
The Role

The School of English wishes to appoint a Lecturer in Modernist Literature from 1st September 2012. The successful candidate will have an established research profile and experience in teaching at University level. S/he will contribute to the School’s undergraduate and postgraduate curricula in Modernist literature and culture by teaching seminar groups, offering lectures, and convening modules. S/he is also expected to make a contribution to the research culture of the School and where appropriate to play a full and active role in the Centre for Modern Poetry and the Centre for Modern European Literature, by (for example) contributing to research seminars, organising poetry readings or conferences, participating in or leading reading groups, and offering MA modules. S/he is expected to have a strong interdisciplinary interest and have a full complement of 3* or 4* publications ready for submission at REF 2014. S/he should have research interests which reflect current developments in scholarship, and research which contributes to the development of new fields, has a significant archival component, or has inter-linguistic and transnational dimensions, is desirable.

Further Information

Closing date for applications: 13 March 2012
Interviews are to be held: 4 April 2012
Please see the links below to view the full job description and also to apply for this post (please do not send your application directly to the department).
How to apply - for posts of this nature you will be required to fill in the main details section as well as upload your CV, a one page summary (this should include details of experience and other information in support of your application with direct reference to the advertisement and further particulars) and any supporting documents.


Full Job Description


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Further Information

Closing date for applications: 13 March 2012

Interviews are to be held: 4 April 2012

Please see the links below to view the full job description and also to apply for this post (please do not send your application directly to the department).


Full Job Description

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