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Job: Lecturer in History and History of Art

The University of Bristol invites applications to a permanent Lectureship in History and History of Art. Candidates are welcomed who can demonstrate excellence in research in any area which spans the two disciplines concerned, and who are capable of teaching in both and developing other means to encourage the further integration of both within the same department.

You will have a PhD (or completion by August 2012), a record of publication or well-developed plans for publication, and clear potential to achieve international excellence in research. You will be a specialist in any area within History and History of Art. Research fields of interest could include (but are not restricted to): painting, sculpture, ceramics, decorative arts, landscape studies, film history, digital media, the history of photography, architecture, ritual or social space, museum studies, collecting, visual culture, or material culture. You will work to develop further an established research profile through publication, bidding for external research funding, and giving presentations at national and international conferences in order to play an active role in maintaining and enhancing the research profile of the Department, School and Faculty. You will also be expected to supervise postgraduate research students.

Informal enquiries can be made to Professor Ronald Hutton, email r.hutton@bristol.ac.uk, Dr Beth Williamson, email beth.williamson@bristol.ac.uk or Ms R Jacks, email r.jacks@bristol.ac.uk telephone 0117 331 7982. For further information about the department, see www.bristol.ac.uk/history 

Interviews are expected to take placed during the week commencing 25 June 2012. Anticipated start date September 2012. 

Contract: Permanent

Salary: £33,884 - £38,140

Grade: Level b in Pathway 1

Closing date for applications: 9:00am 11 May 2012

Full job description (Ref: 17101) can be found here. Good luck!

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