Professor/Reader, Newcastle University

Professor/Reader in Greek (G724)

Newcastle University

Application deadline: 16th September 2016

The School of History, Classics and Archaeology is seeking to appoint a Professor or Reader in Greek. You will be an individual of international reputation and standing with an excellent track record of internationally recognised publication. You will be joining a growing community of scholars in Classics and Ancient History committed to achieving excellence in research and teaching, as evidenced by our strong performance in REF2014 and our high NSS scores. You will be expected to make an outstanding contribution to the research culture of the School by producing internationally excellent and world-leading publications, securing external research income, engaging in research activities which generate impact, and demonstrating leadership within your research field. You will also have the experience and qualities needed to deliver excellent teaching on our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, and make a dynamic contribution to academic leadership within the School.

This appointment will build on the School’s already exceptional concentration of expertise in Greek language, literature, culture, history and archaeology from prehistory to the present. Classics and Ancient History at Newcastle University has a long and distinguished international reputation for its research and teaching. Greek and Latin have been taught here since 1874, and Ancient History and Classical Archaeology since 1910 and 1931 respectively.

The post is available immediately to commence on a mutually agreed date. Informal enquires to Professor Sam Turner and to Dr David Creese.

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