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Departmental Lecturer in Early Modern German

Applications for this vacancy closed on 20 February 2013 at 12:00PM
<div> The Faculty is seeking to appoint an individual from 1 October 2013 until 31 July 2014 (10 months) to provide teaching and research in the area of Early Modern German.<br><br>The postholder will be expected: to give no fewer than 16 lectures or classes on early modern German; to give an average of 8 hours tutorial teaching in early modern German (to include 8 hours of instruction in early modern German translation); to engage in advanced research in the subject; and to participate in University examining and administrative activities within the Faculty.<br><br>Applicants should possess: a PhD/DPhil in German (with a significant emphasis on the Early Modern period), to be submitted by the start of the post; a successful track record of teaching at undergraduate level, and an understanding of undergraduate needs and how to address them; and a strong research record in Early Modern German, appropriate to the stage of the individual&#8217;s career.<br><br>The closing date for applications is midday on Wednesday 20 February 2013. All applicants should consult the further particulars which are available below.<br></div>
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Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, 41 Wellington Square, Oxford
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2013-02-20 12:00:00+00:00
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2013-01-21 09:14:51+00:00
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The Faculty is seeking to appoint an individual from 1 October 2013 until 31 July 2014 (10 months) to provide teaching and research in the area of Early Modern German.

The postholder will be expected: to give no fewer than 16 lectures or classes on early modern German; to give an average of 8 hours tutorial teaching in early modern German (to include 8 hours of instruction in early modern German translation); to engage in advanced research in the subject; and to participate in University examining and administrative activities within the Faculty.

Applicants should possess: a PhD/DPhil in German (with ...
The Faculty is seeking to appoint an individual from 1 October 2013 until 31
July 2014 (10 months) to provide teaching and research in the area of Early
Modern German.

The postholder will be expected: to give no fewer than 16 lectures or classes
on early modern German; to give an average of 8 hours tutorial teaching in
early modern German (to include 8 hours of instruction in early modern German
translation); to engage in advanced research in the subject; and to
participate in University examining and administrative activities within the
Faculty.

Applicants should possess: a PhD/DPhil in German (with ...
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Departmental Lecturer in Early Modern German
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