Employment: Lecturer in Medieval-Baroque Spanish Cultural Studies (teaching focused), The University of Manchester

Closing date 7th October 2013

Lecturer in Medieval-Baroque Spanish Cultural Studies (teaching focused),
School of Arts, Languages & Cultures,
The University of Manchester.

Closing date :07/10/2013
Reference :HUM-03361
Faculty / Organisational unit :Humanities
Division :Language Based Area Studies
Salary : £33,230 to £36,298 per annum
Employment type :Fixed Term
Duration:from 13 January to 30 June 2014
Hours per week :full time
Location :Oxford Road, Manchester

We are seeking to recruit a fixed-term lecturer to contribute to the teaching activities of Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies which is housed within the Division of Language-Based Area Studies. We are looking for an energetic colleague to deliver courses on Medieval and Baroque Spanish Cultural Studies. You will be solely responsible for the delivery of these two courses:

SPLA20442, ‘Between Love and Death’ (Spanish Renaissance and Baroque Poetry),


SPLA30442, ‘Conquest, Reconquista and El Cid’,


This appointment will make a major contribution to Spanish Studies at undergraduate level: she or he will also assist with the delivery of language courses and/or introductory courses on Hispanic cultures (as required). You must therefore be fully fluent in Spanish.

Closing date: 7 October 2013

Informal enquiries

Informal enquiries can be made to Dr Karl Posso

Email: karl.posso@manchester.ac.uk

The University of Manchester values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

Further particulars including job description and person specification are available on the University of Manchester website.


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