Lecturer in British Social and Cultural History (Leicester)

 

The post-holder will join the Centre for English Local History, within the School of History, Politics and International Relations, as Lecturer in British social and cultural history. Their research should focus on aspects of English and Welsh history post-1750. Their work should exhibit clearly defined local or regional dimensions and a commitment to, or willingness to explore, interdisciplinary approaches to the past.

The post-holder will be expected to develop and deliver UG modules and supervise UG dissertations in their area of expertise. They will contribute to the teaching of the MA in English Local History and Family History; develop DL MA modules based on their teaching and research; supervise MA dissertations; and build a cohort of PhD students. The post-holder’s research plans will be required to demonstrate clearly identified pathways to public impact beyond academia.

Post Location: Leicester
Post Hours: Permanent, full-time 
Salary:£42,418 to £47,772 per annum

For more information about this post please go to: https://www.le.ac.uk/jobs/external/SAH01727_Job_Summary.pdf

Application Closing Date: midnight on 14th December 2017