Employment: Lecturer in English Literatures, University of Wollongong.

Closing date 12th May 2013

Lecturer in English Literatures,
(2 Positions),
Faculty of Arts,
University of Wollongong.

The English Literatures program offers a major in the Bachelor of Arts and contributes to other majors and programs in the Faculty. It has an active honours and postgraduate program and a strong research culture, currently hosting several Australian Research Council funded projects and an ARC Future Fellow. Researchers in English contribute to the Institute of Social Transformation Research, a University of Wollongong Research Strength.

This position will contribute to teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, as well as to curriculum development and to the administration of subjects and courses. You should be able to teach broad-based first-year subjects as well as more specialised subjects at higher levels. In particular, the program welcomes applications from candidates who can teach and do research in one or several of the following areas:

  • Period studies ranging from the early modern period to modernism/postmodernism
  • Australian literature
  • Thematic and theoretical subjects, including postcolonial, transnational, children’s and popular literatures.

You may also be asked to contribute to teaching in other subjects/programs as appropriate.

Visit employment.uow.edu.au for a full position description with Selection Criteria via the Apply button below. You must address the Selection Criteria as part of your application. For further information regarding the position please contact Professor Leigh Dale on +61 2 4239 3621.

Applications Close: 12 May 2013
Quote Reference Number: 24524

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