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Teaching Fellow in Renaissance Portuguese

Applications for this vacancy closed on 26 June 2013 at 12:00PM
<div> The appointee will give no fewer than 24 lectures or classes in areas related to renaissance and medieval Portuguese over the three terms of the academic year; and an average of six hours of tutorial teaching weekly in Portuguese, arranged across colleges. This will include both literature and language teaching. They will also be responsible for co-ordinating these teaching activities, and engage in University examining and administrative activities within the Faculty.<br><br>Applicants must possess: A Master&#8217;s degree in Portuguese; A successful track record of teaching at undergraduate level, and fluency in written and spoken English and Portuguese. Progress towards a DPhil in Portuguese; and an interest and relevant research in the field of Lusophone literature would be an advantage.<br><br>This post is available from 15 September 2013 to 14 July 2014 to provide teaching in Renaissance Portuguese literature and language.<br><br>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Wednesday 26 June 2013, with interviews scheduled for Thursday 4 July 2013. <br><br>Further details and information about how to apply is included in the further particulars available below, which all applicants must consult. </div>
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Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, 41 Wellington Square, Oxford
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2013-06-26 12:00:00+01:00
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2013-06-17 09:05:57+01:00
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The appointee will give no fewer than 24 lectures or classes in areas related to renaissance and medieval Portuguese over the three terms of the academic year; and an average of six hours of tutorial teaching weekly in Portuguese, arranged across colleges. This will include both literature and language teaching. They will also be responsible for co-ordinating these teaching activities, and engage in University examining and administrative activities within the Faculty.

Applicants must possess: A Master’s degree in Portuguese; A successful track record of teaching at undergraduate level, and fluency in written and spoken English and Portuguese. Progress towards a ...
The appointee will give no fewer than 24 lectures or classes in areas related
to renaissance and medieval Portuguese over the three terms of the academic
year; and an average of six hours of tutorial teaching weekly in Portuguese,
arranged across colleges. This will include both literature and language
teaching. They will also be responsible for co-ordinating these teaching
activities, and engage in University examining and administrative activities
within the Faculty.

Applicants must possess: A Master’s degree in Portuguese; A successful track
record of teaching at undergraduate level, and fluency in written and spoken
English and Portuguese. Progress towards a ...
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Teaching Fellow in Renaissance Portuguese
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