Lectureship, University College Cork

Lectureship in Classics (Roman Art)

University College Cork

Application deadline: 1st November 2016

UCC wishes to appoint an experienced academic to the role of Lecturer in Classics (Roman Art). Reporting to the Head of the Department of Classics, the Lecturer in Classics (Roman Art) will have a specialist interest in Roman Art, broadly understood to include Late Antique Art. The successful applicant will be required to deliver foundation and advanced teaching on aspects of Roman Art from the early Republican to the Late Antique periods, with an emphasis on art of the Imperial period. An ability to teach a classical language (Greek or Latin) is desirable, but not essential. The successful candidate may be required to teach in other areas of classical culture or history according to changing departmental needs. Candidates must hold a doctoral qualification in an area of Roman, or Late Antique, Art from a recognised University at the time of application. The holder of this post will be expected to promote student research at masters and doctoral level on different aspects of Roman Art. S/he will also be required to contribute to the academic administration of the department and college, and to engage with external bodies in areas relating to Classics.

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Assistant Professor, University of Richmond

Assistant Professor in Art History (000473)

University of Richmond

Application deadline: 30th October 2016

The Department of Art and Art History at the University of Richmond invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position at the level of Assistant Professor in the field of medieval art, to begin August 2017. We seek a scholar-teacher whose field of expertise is the art of the medieval period (c. 500-1300 C.E.), with a primary geographical focus on Europe or the Mediterranean basin. We also invite applications from scholars whose work takes a more trans-regional approach. Ideally, candidates would have at least a secondary expertise in Islamic art and architecture and an interest in the rich cultural exchange of the pre-modern Mediterranean.

Teaching responsibilities include five courses annually on a semester system. Outside of regular introductory and core courses, the selected candidate will have considerable freedom in setting his or her own curriculum. We are particularly interested in scholars who, in addition to teaching courses in their field of research, are comfortable teaching introductory-level classes in the history of Western art (ancient to medieval), which may be extended for a global perspective beyond Europe, the theory and methodology of the discipline, supervising undergraduate research, and participating more broadly in the university’s first-year seminars and in the community of scholars working in the Humanities at the University. In addition to maintaining an active research program, candidates are expected to advise students and participate in the governance of the University through service on committees.

Required qualifications: Ph.D. in Medieval Art and/or Architecture, which must be completed by the time of the appointment (July 1, 2017); commitment to undergraduate teaching at a liberal arts institution; evidence of excellence in scholarship; commitment to integrating new technologies in teaching.

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Assistant Professor of Classics, Rutgers University-New Brunswick

Assistant Professor of Classics

Rutgers University-New Brunswick

Application deadline: 31st October 2016

The Department of Classics at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (New Brunswick) is pleased to invite applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of assistant professor, to begin in September 2017. We seek a Classicist with a primary teaching and research interest in Roman-era material culture; along with more traditional material culture interests, such as art and archaeology, we also welcome applications from those who engage with the intersections of text and material culture. Preference will be given to those who complement the research interests of the current faculty.

Tenure-track faculty in Classics are expected to teach 2 courses a term, which in the case of this position might include a Classical archaeology course, in addition to undergraduate and graduate advising, service obligations, and research.


Applicants should have a completed a PhD (or equivalent) in Classics or in a related field with Classics specialization by September 1, 2017.


Please send a cover letter detailing your research and teaching interests, CV, teaching evaluations (please send a complete set from 1-3 courses), and 3 letters of recommendation via Interfolio. Additional materials may be requested from short-listed candidates. For full consideration, send materials by October 24, 2016.

The department will interview in person at the SCS in Toronto or via videoconferencing, if candidates prefer. You may direct any questions about the position to Professor James McGlew (jmcglew@rci.rutgers.edu).

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Assistant/Associate Professor, Notre Dame University

ART, Assistant or Associate Professor in Art History

University of Notre Dame

Application deadline: 31st October 2016

The Department of Art, Art History and Design at the University of Notre Dame invites applications for a full-time tenure-track faculty position in art history at the rank of assistant or associate professor. The department seeks an outstanding scholar in any area of medieval art with a commitment to teaching undergraduate and graduate students. The candidate should also have strong commitment to interaction with Notre Dame’s multidisciplinary Medieval Institute and the Snite Museum of Art. Significant scholarly accomplishment is required. Appointment with tenure at the rank of associate professor will be considered pending qualifications.


Significant scholarly accomplishment in one’s disciplinary field is required.

Application Instructions

Please send a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, one article- or chapter-length sample of scholarly writing (preferably published or in-press) and relevant syllabi. Applicants at the assistant professor level should arrange to have three letters of reference sent on their behalf. Applicants at the associate professor level should submit the names and contact information for three references.

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Project Curator, British Museum

Project Curator: Empires of Faith (1582723)

British Museum

Application deadline: 12:00 PM 8th September 2016

A fantastic opportunity has arisen at the British Museum for a Project Curator to support the Leverhulme Trust funded ‘Empires of Faith’ research programme, which focuses on religious imagery, material culture and their political and social contexts in the time period c.200 to 800 CE from the Mediterranean to South Asia.

As Project Curator, you will collaborate with other programme staff to ensure the successful delivery of the exhibition ‘Encounters: Art and the rise of world religions’, which will be displayed at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford from 2017 till January 2018. This role will also involve contributing to the exhibition publications, alongside the Ashmolean Museum.

The successful candidate will be educated to degree level in Art History/Archaeology/a related subject with a focus on religious traditions, cultures and politics from the Mediterranean to South Asia c.200 to 800 CE, or equivalent. With demonstrable research and museum experience, you will also be experienced in project management.

We are looking for a team player who is a confident communicator, with the ability to build effective working relationships with a variety of colleagues. You will be knowledgeable in appropriate material and visual culture and will have your own academic publications in preparation, or already published.

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Lecturer, Washington University in St. Louis

Assistant/Associate Professor

Washington University in St. Louis

Application deadline: 17th October 2016

Washington University in St. Louis invites applications for a full-time joint position in the Department of Classics and the Department of Art History and Archaeology at the rank of assistant (tenure-track) or associate (tenured) professor, with a specialty in Classical Archaeology. The successful candidate must have a PhD in a relevant field in hand by July 1, 2017 and must show strong promise of scholarly achievement and the ability to make significant contributions to the graduate and undergraduate programs of both of these vibrant and growing departments. Previous or current participation in field archaeology is required. Candidates must be prepared to teach courses at all undergraduate levels and graduate seminars in the material culture, art, or architecture of the ancient Mediterranean world, and language courses in either Ancient Greek or Latin at the undergraduate level. Candidates applying at the associate professor level should have an established publication record and at least five years of teaching experience at the university level.Duties will include teaching of two courses per semester, advising of students, research and writing for publication, departmental governance, and university service. Teaching and service duties will be evenly divided between the two departments. Applicants should submit a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, a writing sample, course evaluations or other evidence of teaching excellence, and three letters of recommendation by October 17, 2016. All materials should be sent via email to classics-search@wustl.edu. Inquiries may be sent to Tim Moore, Chair of the Classics Department (tmoore26@wustl.edu), or to Liz Childs, Chair of the Art History and Archaeology Department (ecchilds@wustl.edu). Members of the search committee will interview a short-list of candidates during the annual meetings of the Society for Classical Studies and the Archaeological Institute of America in Toronto, January 5-8, 2017.

Exhibitions and Loans Officer, Barber Institute

Exhibitions and Loans Officer – 44415

Barber Institute of Fine Arts

Application deadline: 3rd July 2016

Job Purpose

The role supports the Curatorial team in the delivery of a year-round programme of displays and exhibitions, taking responsibility for practical planning, organisation and record management. The post-holder acts as Loans Registrar (including documentation) for all works lent in (for long-term display as well as temporary exhibitions) and for all works lent out from the Barber Collection (UK and abroad). This is a singleton role within a small team, but the post-holder will have the opportunity to work with and supervise Interns, from time to time, on specific projects and activities.

Person Specification


  • Degree in Art History or Museum/Gallery Studies
  • Previous experience in Registrar or Loans Administration role
  • Practical experience of the UK Government Indemnity Scheme
  • Exhibitions coordination experience gained in a Museum or Gallery environment
  • Experience of couriering works of art
  • Excellent organisational and administrative skills with attention to deadlines and detail
  • Excellent communication skills both written and oral
  • Excellent interpersonal skills: build effective relationships with colleagues, stakeholders, other institutions, guest curators etc.
  • Ability to use judgement to prioritise own workload
  • A creative approach to problem solving
  • A positive attitude to working in a small team
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office packages (Outlook, Word and Excel and PowerPoint)
  • Good level of numeracy, with confidence to handle statistical and financial information
  • Experience in preparing standard loan-in and loan-out agreements and contracts
  • Up to date knowledge of ‘Immunity from Seizure’ legislation and related Due Diligence procedures


  • Experience of MIMSY database
  • Post graduate qualification in Art History, Gallery Studies or museum studies

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