Teaching Associate, University of Nottingham

Teaching Associate – Classics (ART277116)

University of Nottingham

Application deadline: 14th September 2016

Applications are invited for the above post based at the Humanities Building in University Park, Nottingham.

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate strong research potential in Classics (broadly defined). It is desirable that the candidate should have a research specialism in Greek literature. The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching undergraduate and postgraduate modules, for supervising taught postgraduate research and for contributing to departmental administration.

Candidates must have a PhD at or near completion (or equivalent) in Classics, ability to teach Classics at all levels, ability and willingness to contribute to ancient Greek and/or Latin language teaching at beginners and intermediate levels, and a strong commitment to the Department. It is desirable that the candidate should be able to teach ancient Greek and/or Latin to advanced level.

Informal enquiries may be addressed to Helen Lovatt, Email: helen.lovatt@nottingham.ac.uk. Please note that applications sent directly to this email address will not be accepted.

The University of Nottingham is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

For more information and to apply, click here.

Teaching Associate, University of Nottingham

Seminar Series – Prof. Fjodor Uspenskij and Dr. Anna Litvina

Seminar series poster

Toward the Etymology of the Dnieper Rapids in Constantine Porphyrogenitus’ De Administrando Imperio

Organised by the Department of Russian & Slavonic Studies, the School of English and the Institute for Name-Studies at the University of Nottingham

Trent A35

5:00-6:30 PM 7th March 2016

What’s in a name? Dynastic Power and Anthroponymics in Medieval Scandinavia and Rus’

Organised by the Department of Russian & Slavonic Studies, the School of English and the Institute for Name-Studies at the University of Nottingham

Highfield A02

1:00-3:00 PM 8th March 2016



			
Seminar Series – Prof. Fjodor Uspenskij and Dr. Anna Litvina

Registration – Power and Society in the Medieval World

Power and Society in the Medieval World

A2 Humanities Building, The University of Nottingham

10:00 AM-5:00 PM 13th April 2016

Registration deadline: 30th March 2016

The inaugural Medieval Midlands conference will showcase the range and excellence of research into the medieval world currently being undertaken in the UK Midlands.

This conference will examine the ideas of power and society through diverse themes including monastic reform, health, money, art, and the interplay between religious and temporal power.

Bringing together speakers from various institutions and disciplines this conference promises to be an innovative and exciting exploration of the middle ages.

You will enjoy this conference if you have an interest in:

  • The Medieval World
  • Global society
  • 400-1500 CE
  • Diseases in medieval society
  • Medieval art and material culture
  • Religious and temporal power
  • Monastic reform

Keynote speaker

Dr. Conor Kostick

Other speakers

  • Ian Styler (University of Birmingham)
  • Georgina Fitzgibbon (University of Birmingham)
  • Hannah Ingram (University of Nottingham)
  • Molly Beaverstock (University of Nottingham)
  • Anja Rohde (University of Nottingham)
  • Susana Sendra Ramos (University of Nottingham/Universidad San Pablo CEU, Madrid)
  • Mark Robinson (Nottingham Trent University)
  • Thomas Sayers (University of Nottingham)

To register, click here.

Registration – Power and Society in the Medieval World