Employment: Lectureship in Late Medieval/Early Modern English Literature, University of Bristol

Deadline: 6 January 2014

The University of Bristol invites applications to a full-time permanent Lectureship (Lecturer B) in English Literature, with special reference to the Late Medieval/Early Modern period (roughly 14th - 16th centuries). The post is designed to foster research and teaching across conventional period boundaries. Candidates who can demonstrate excellence in research in any area of the subject are eligible to apply.

The successful candidates will join a Department with a long-standing reputation for the quality of its teaching and its research in both Medieval and Early Modern literature, and become part of a dynamic community of scholars in the School of Humanities and the Faculty of Arts.

For further information about the department, see www.bris.ac.uk/english. Grade: Lecturer B, Pathway 1, Grade J. Salary: Starting salary £34,223 to £38,522

Contact for informal enquiries:

Professor Daniel Karlin  Daniel.Karlin@bristol.ac.uk (Head of Subject);

Professor Ad Putter a.putter@bristol.ac.uk;

Ms R Jacks r.jacks@bristol.ac.uk Tel. +44 (0)117 331 7982

Timescale of appointment: Long-listed candidates will be notified on or about Friday 24 January 2014. They will be required to submit a sample of their work (in English, not more than 8,000 words) by Wednesday 29th January. Short-listed candidates will be notified on or about Wednesday 19th February 2014 and invited to interview. Interview date: Wednesday 26th February 2014. Anticipated start date: September 2014.

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