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Departmental Lecturer in Russian

Applications for this vacancy closed on 19 April 2021 at 12:00PM
The Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, in association with Merton
College and New College, is seeking to appoint a Departmental Lecturer in
Russian from 1 September 2021 until 31 August 2022.





The post will involve advanced teaching (undergraduate and graduate) and
independent academic research in Russian.





The Departmental Lecturer in Russian will contribute to the teaching of
Russian within the Sub-Faculty of Russian and Other Slavonic Languages by
offering 24 hours of lectures or seminars over the course of the year. They
will also be required to teach postgraduate seminars. The successful candidate
will also be responsible for providing 6 hours a week of undergraduate
tutorials (small-group teaching, typically of 2-3 students), seminars, and
language classes for New College and Merton College.





The undergraduate literature teaching involves: tutorials and seminars on the
set texts for the first-year examinations; tutorials and seminars on a range
of topics, questions, and authors from the early nineteenth century to the
present day for the second-years and finalists; and supervision of
dissertations and extended essays. Undergraduate language teaching involves
translation into English and some teaching of Russian.





Applicants must possess: exceptional fluency in Russian and English and the
ability to teach it at undergraduate levels within the Oxford course, a good
undergraduate degree in Russian, and a Ph.D. or D.Phil. in Russian in the
field of modern Russian Literature (c. 1800 to the present day), which must
have been submitted by the date of the application for the post.





Additional information and details about how to apply are included in the
further particulars which are available below.





The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Monday 19 April 2021.





Please note that the University of Oxford's retirement policy is changing.
With effect from October 1 2017, all employees at Grade 8 and above will have
a retirement age of 68, and all employees at Grades 6 and 7 will no longer
have a set retirement age. Further details are available at:
www.jobs.ox.ac.uk/pre-employment-checks

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Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, 41-47 Wellington Square, Oxford
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The Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, in association with Merton College and New College, is seeking to appoint a Departmental Lecturer in Russian from 1 September 2021 until 31 August 2022.

 

The post will involve advanced teaching (undergraduate and graduate) and independent academic research in Russian.

 

The Departmental Lecturer in Russian will contribute to the teaching of Russian within the Sub-Faculty of Russian and Other Slavonic Languages by offering 24 hours of lectures or seminars over the course of the year. They will also be required to teach postgraduate seminars. The successful candidate will also be responsible ...
The Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, in association with Merton
College and New College, is seeking to appoint a Departmental Lecturer in
Russian from 1 September 2021 until 31 August 2022.





The post will involve advanced teaching (undergraduate and graduate) and
independent academic research in Russian.





The Departmental Lecturer in Russian will contribute to the teaching of
Russian within the Sub-Faculty of Russian and Other Slavonic Languages by
offering 24 hours of lectures or seminars over the course of the year. They
will also be required to teach postgraduate seminars. The successful candidate
will also be responsible for providing ...
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