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Job: Lecturer in History of Photography / closes 12 July 2021

A lecturer in history of photography, full-time fixed term, is sought by Birkbeck’s History of Art Department during Professor Steve Edward’s Paul Mellon fellowship, where he be working on British Daguerreotypes-Antoine Claudet. 

You will contribute classes in your specialism to a range of team-taught modules on our BA and MA programmes, design and teach a ten-weeks MA Module based on your research, and undertake administrative roles which will include module director under the guidance of the Head of Department. You will be part of a supportive Department with a reputation for teaching and research excellence.

You should have a good first degree and have completed or be near to completing a PhD or equivalent qualification in a relevant subject area. A proven track record of relevant teaching experience at undergraduate and postgraduate level is highly desirable, as are administrative experience and evidence of published research.

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