Professorship (W3) for English Literature

Location
Frankfurt (DE)
Posted
28 Jun 2018
End of advertisement period
23 Jul 2018
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

The Faculty of Modern Languages and Literatures at Goethe University Frankfurt’s Institute for English and American Studies welcomes applications for the following full-time position:

Professorship (W3) for English Literature

The successful candidate is expected to cover the field of English Literature in both teaching and research. We are looking for a person with a research profile in at least two periods of English literary history (from 1500 to the present). She/he should be an expert in literary theory, bring experience in interdisciplinary collaboration, and have explored new approaches to connecting literary and cultural studies.

She/he is expected to strengthen interdisciplinary connections, especially with the other literature departments of the faculty, and participate in both teacher training and BA/MA curricula, as well as in university committees. Candidates should have PhD as well as ‘habilitation’ or its equivalent (second monograph).

The professorship is also involved in teacher training; experience and concepts for teaching subject content in schools are welcome.

The designated salary for the position is based on ‘W3’ on the German university scale or equivalent. Goethe University is an equal opportunity employer, which implies that applications from women are specifically encouraged. For further information regarding the general conditions for professorship appointments, please see: www.vakante-professuren.uni-frankfurt.de.

Qualified academics are invited to submit their applications accompanied by the usual documents (curriculum vitae, copy of transcripts for all degrees completed, publication list, records of teaching experience, research abroad, and extramural funding) within 4 weeks after the publication of this announcement (deadline 23rd of July, 2018) by e-mail to:

Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Dekanin des Fachbereichs Neuere Philologien,

e-mail: service@lingua.uni-frankfurt.de