University of Lincoln, School of Humanities
Lecturer in Twentieth Century British History
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Salary: From £30,728 per annum
Please be advised that there are two positions available.
Closing Date: Friday 20 June 2014
The University of Lincoln is a forward-thinking, ambitious institution at the heart of a thriving, historic city.
History at Lincoln resides within the School of Humanities, one of six academic Schools that make up the College of Arts. The city is home to significant archival collections while the University houses the Media Archive for Central England, a rich resource for modern British social and cultural history. Building on a strong performance in RAE 2008 the subject team has undergone significant expansion with particular strengths in medieval, political and gender history. We are now seeking to expand and strengthen our expertise in twentieth-century British history through two appointments.
The post will suit an ambitious post-doctoral scholar looking to begin their teaching and research career in a growing and supportive subject group. The successful candidate will be expected to teach at undergraduate and postgraduate level and to contribute to our growing research profile in modern British history. Applications from scholars with particular interests in the cultural or social histories of twentieth-century Britain as well as from those in the field of modern British gender history would be especially welcome.
For more information or to apply online please visit our website, jobs.lincoln.ac.uk Alternatively, email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone (01522) 886775. Please quote the job reference number and title in all correspondence.
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