Lecturer in English Literature 1350-1660

University of Sussex - School of English

  • The School of English at the University of Sussex wishes to appoint a
  • Lecturer in English Literature 1350-1660 from 1 January 2018, or 1 September 2018, by arrangement.
  • We seek a specialist in the field, whose research and teaching embraces interdisciplinary approaches and will contribute to our world-leading strengths in medieval and Renaissance literature.
  • As a successful candidate you will possess a completed doctorate in English Literature or a related field and have teaching experience at least to undergraduate level.
  • You will possess high quality research publications in the field of literature between 1350 and 1660 that demonstrate your ability to achieve international distinction in your specialist area, and the potential to build research impact.
  • You will convene and deliver teaching on a wide range of established modules on the BA English Literature and related MA provision, as well as developing new modules.
  • You will provide research supervision to PhD students and will be expected to undertake appropriate administrative duties within the School.
  • You will also participate in Sussex’s vibrant research culture.

For further information please contact Prof Carol Watts, Head of School, (Carol.Watts@sussex.ac.uk)

For full details and how to apply see our vacancies page

The University of Sussex is committed to equality of opportunity

 

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