Lecturers in Scottish History

Location
Dundee, Dundee City (GB)
Salary
£34,956 to £38,183 pa pro-rata
Posted
01 Mar 2017
End of advertisement period
29 Mar 2017
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Hours
Part Time

Lecturers in Scottish History
School of Humanities, University of Dundee
50% Fixed Term for 2/3 years
Grade 7 £34,956 to £38,183 pa pro-rata
Reference: SHUM0024

We seek to appoint two fixed term 0.5 posts in Scottish history, one in Contemporary Scottish history and the other in Modern Scottish history (18th/19th centuries).

These will complement our existing specialism in Scotland and the Union and, for both posts, we have particular interest in academics with expertise either in civil society or land and the environment.

You will make a significant contribution to the Centre for Scotland’s Land Futures and the Centre for Scottish Culture and be involved in all levels of teaching, including the School’s online Masters’ programme in Scottish History.  We have a tradition of attracting research students in Scottish history many of whom have been successful in securing funded studentships.  The programme also has close links with the local community and the successful applicant would be strongly encouraged to participate in public engagement activities.

The central responsibility of the Lecturer in Contemporary History will be to enhance partnership-based research in the School and to develop the School’s impact strategy.

As part of your duties, you will be expected to contribute to the University’s Enterprise, Employability and Entrepreneurship agenda. We value and support innovative approaches to teaching and learning, and you will be expected to make a significant contribution to our commitment to teaching excellence. You will also undertake excellent research with demonstrable impact, along with a strategy for knowledge exchange.

The School of Humanities expands understanding of the world's culture and creativity through the critical study of history, literature, comics and film, creative writing, continental philosophy, modern languages, and practice-based archival education and is the home of Scotland's liberal arts degree.  We pioneer cross disciplinary links across a wide range of subjects both beyond and within the Arts and Humanities.

Informal inquires may be made to Professor Graeme Morton at g.z.morton@dundee.ac.uk

Closing date: 29 March 2017.   
Interviews will take place May 2017.

For more information or to apply online please visit our website https://www.dundee.ac.uk/hr/uodrecruitment/jobvacancies/

The University of Dundee is a diverse community and is committed to equality of opportunity for all by providing a supportive, flexible and inclusive working environment. We have family friendly policies (including flexible working and childcare vouchers), staff groups for LGBT and BME; and prayer room facilities and have received the Athena SWAN Bronze Award (Athena Swan) which recognises the promotion of gender equality.