Lecturer in Economic History
The Department of Political Economy (DPE) is undergoing a further significant expansion as part of its mission to offer a broad-based interdisciplinary research and teaching space which brings the study of economics and politics closer together. The department is committed to theoretical and methodological pluralism and is based on an inclusive interdisciplinary vision. We welcome applicants for these posts from all candidates who share that vision and who will contribute to its broader diversity.
The Department of Political Economy invites applications for a Lectureship in Economic History. We encourage applications from candidates who can deliver research-led teaching in any branch of economic history. Candidates should be able to contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and ideally have a demonstrated ability to teach in other related areas of economics (e.g. applied econometrics, macroeconomics or history of economic thought).
This post will be offered on an indefinite contract. This is a full-time post - 100% full time equivalent.
The selection process will take place by Interviews process will consist of a presentation to DPE Department staff and research students, followed by an interview with the selection panel.
Please ensure you have uploaded your CV as well as the personal statement before submitting your completed application. Applications with no CV attached will not be considered.
We do not accept academic articles either published or in draft form as part of the application process. We will ask for this information only from shortlisted candidates.
Please see job pack for further instructions on applying for this post.