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Teaching Fellow in Early Modern French

Applications for this vacancy closed on 20 May 2015 at 12:00PM
<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> The faculty, in association with Brasenose College, are seeking a Teaching Fellow to provide teaching in French and Early Modern French.<br><br>The postholder will give no fewer than 16 lectures in Early Modern French, and will provide an average of 8 hours of tutorial teaching for Brasenose (and potentially other colleges) in French in each week of full term.<br><br>Applicants must possess a good undergraduate and Master's degree in French, and have relevant teaching experience at undergraduate level in early modern French, in particular 17th Century literature.<br><br>Further details are included in the Further Particulars, which all applicants are advised to consult. <br><br>This post is fixed-term from 1 October 2015 to 30 June 2016.<br><br>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Wednesday 20 May 2015.<br></div>
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Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, 41 Wellington Square, Oxford
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The faculty, in association with Brasenose College, are seeking a Teaching
Fellow to provide teaching in French and Early Modern French.

The postholder will give no fewer than 16 lectures in Early Modern French, and
will provide an average of 8 hours of tutorial teaching for Brasenose (and
potentially other colleges) in French in each week of full term.

Applicants must possess a good undergraduate and Master's degree in French,
and have relevant teaching experience at undergraduate level in early modern
French, in particular 17th Century literature.

Further details are included in the Further Particulars, which all applicants
are advised ...
The faculty, in association with Brasenose College, are seeking a Teaching Fellow to provide teaching in French and Early Modern French.

The postholder will give no fewer than 16 lectures in Early Modern French, and will provide an average of 8 hours of tutorial teaching for Brasenose (and potentially other colleges) in French in each week of full term.

Applicants must possess a good undergraduate and Master's degree in French, and have relevant teaching experience at undergraduate level in early modern French, in particular 17th Century literature.

Further details are included in the Further Particulars, which all applicants are advised ...
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Teaching Fellow in Early Modern French
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