Lecturer in Medieval History (Teaching & Scholarship) (HUM0714)
University of Kent
Application deadline: 24th July 2016
Are you an experienced teacher of Medieval history and able to make an immediate contribution to the delivery of our undergraduate modules from September 2016?
The School of History at Kent is keen to hear from specialists in the Later Medieval ecclesiastical and European history to assist in teaching the following modules:
- Making History: Theory and Practice (first-year compulsory module)
- Later Medieval Europe c. 1050-1450 (first-year introductory survey module)
- Popular Religion and Heresy c. 1000-1300 (second year optional module)
- The Crusades (second year optional module)
- The Crusades in the Thirteenth Century (final-year Special Subject)
- Supervision of History dissertations
You will join our team of Medieval historians and the Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Studies and will be fully supported, with prepared teaching resources, whilst also able to pursue your own areas of expertise within the broad class titles.
If you have the qualifications, specialist knowledge and teaching experience we are looking for, along with the ability to inspire and engage our students, this is a great opportunity to join one of the leading History departments in the country. This is a fixed term role for one year to provide teaching relief for Dr Barbara Bombi.
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