Contrat : Teaching Fellow in Modern US History – University of Warwick

Lieu : Coventry

Type : temps partiel

Durée : du 29 septembre 2014 au 26 juin 2015

Date limite de candidature : 21 juillet 2014

 

 

You will teach (taking lectures and seminars) on the second-year undergraduate module ‘Reform, Revolt and Reaction in the US’ in the History Department. You will also teach occasional lectures for other undergraduate modules as required by the Head of Department and as appropriate to subject knowledge.

You will undertake lecturing, seminar teaching, essay tutorials, office hours, marking of undergraduate work, exam invigilation, and monitoring of student attendance in accordance with the Department’s quality assurance practices. You will be actively engaged in research in modern US history, or a comparable field.

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Contrat : Teaching Fellow in African History – University of Warwick

Lieu : Coventry

Type : temps partiel

Durée : du 29 septembre 2014 au 26 juin 2015

Date limite de candidature : 21 juillet 2014

 

You will teach (taking lectures and seminars) on the first-year undergraduate module ‘Politics and Society in Africa from 1800’, in the History Department. You may also teach occasional lectures for other undergraduate modules as required by the Head of Department and as appropriate to subject knowledge.

You will undertake lecturing, seminar teaching, essay tutorials, office hours, marking of undergraduate work, exam invigilation, and monitoring of student attendance in accordance with the Department’s quality assurance practices. You will be actively engaged in research in African history, or a comparable field.

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Contrat : Temporary Teaching Fellowship in Economic and Social History – University of Edinburgh

Lieu : Edimbourg

Type : temps partiel

Durée : 2 ans

Date limite de candidature : 30 juillet 2014

 

Applications are invited from scholars of the highest calibre with research interests and teaching experience in any aspect of Economic and Social History.

The appointment is tenable for two years from September 2014 and arises from the award of a major AHRC grant to Professor Richard Rodger. The appointment supports the School’s internal leave arrangements, and will terminate after two years, when colleagues on scheduled research leave exercise their right to return to work.

 

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Poste : Teaching Fellow in Modern History – University of Warwick

Lieu : Coventry

Type : temps plein

Durée : du 29 septembre 2014 au 26 juin 2015

Date limite de candidature : 22 juillet 2014

 

You will teach (taking lectures and seminars) on the first-year undergraduate core modules ‘Making of the Modern World’ and ‘Making History’ in the History Department. You may also teach occasional lectures for other undergraduate modules as required by the Head of Department and as appropriate to subject knowledge.

You will undertake lecturing, seminar teaching, essay tutorials, office hours, marking of undergraduate work, exam invigilation, and monitoring of student attendance in accordance with the Department’s quality assurance practices. You will be actively engaged in research in modern history, or a comparable field.

 

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Contrat : Research Assistant/Associate on the impact of digital change on the cultural memory practices and the ‘official’ record of the British Army’s unit operational reports

Lieu : University of Glasgow

Durée : 6 mois

Date limite de candidature : 29 juillet 2014

 

This post is based at The National Archives, Kew, Richmond (and not at the University of Glasgow).

The post holder will assist Professor Andrew Hoskins on his Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Fellowship: ‘Technologies of memory and archival regimes: War diaries before and after the connective turn’. The Assistant/Associate will undertake research at The National Archives on the impact of digital change on the cultural memory practices and the ‘official’ record of the British Army’s unit operational reports (‘war diaries’), conducting an ethnography (oral history interviews, public interviews, on-site observations) of the organisational memory of TNA focused on diary archives, and a comparative linguistic profiling of the content of diaries.

 

 

Poste : Lecturer in the History of European Political Ideas – King’s College London

Lieu : King’s College London

Type : temps plein

Début du contrat : 1er septembre 2014

Durée : 10 mois

Date limite de candidature : 18 juillet 2014

 

The successful candidate will conduct top-quality research in their area of specialization, and play a prominent role in the Department’s teaching of the history of political ideas. Applications are welcome from scholars engaged in research into any area of the history of post-Antique European political ideas. The post holder is expected to conduct and publish high-quality, original research in her/his own field. The successful candidate will contribute lectures and teach seminar groups on both modules of our two-module survey sequence on the history of European Political Ideas, under the guidance of the convenor of these modules, Dr Niall O’Flaherty. They will also offer first-year introductory teaching, on our ‘Historical Skills, Sources and Approaches’ module, and will make other teaching and administrative contributions as appropriate. The Department of History at King’s is a large, top-ranking department, with strengths ranging from the early medieval to the contemporary period. Interviews will take place on Wednesday 6 August. 

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Contrat : Research Assistant on development of the European fashion industry since 1945

Lieu : Newcastle University

Type : temps plein

Date limite de candidature : 17 juillet 2014

 

 

You will work on a project which is part of the HERA-funded project examining the development of the European fashion industry since 1945. This project comprises researchers based in Sweden and the Netherlands, as well as the UK. The Newcastle University Business School project will involve close collaboration with colleagues from Heriot-Watt University, Robert MacIntosh and Andrew MacLaren. Our focus in on the development of the British fashion industry between 1960 and 1980, and how key companies attempted to translate their reputation for leading edge design into mass market brands. The project will draw on appropriate research from fashion marketing and branding, read through the theory of Pierre Bourdieu.

You will work to construct a bibliography of secondary sources and prepare a literature review; to identify and consult relevant archival sources; to prepare reports about specific companies and topics from the financial and trade presses; to identify and interview relevant individuals. You will also work with Alan McKinlay and other members of the project team to prepare conference presentations and draft articles. You will have the opportunity to remain a member of the writing team through to publication in leading journals.

 

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Poste : Research Associate in the Early Modern Period (History of Science) – University of Cambridge

Lieu : Cambridge

Type : temps plein

Salaire : £28,132 – £36,661

Date limite de candidature : 16 juillet 2014

 

CRASSH is seeking to appoint a postdoctoral Research Associate to join the ERC Genius before Romanticism: Ingenuity in Early Modern Art and Science (based at CRASSH) and led by Dr Alexander Marr (History of Art, Cambridge) The successful applicant will join two researchers who are working on France in the Grand Sicle and Spain (1550 – 1700).  The RA will research across the project’s four strands, while simultaneously working towards their own monograph on aspects of early modern ingenuity.  Fifty percent of the RA’s time will be spent on research tasks directed by the PI, the remaining fifty percent will be spent on the individual monograph project.  The RAs will be expected to participate in weekly work-in-progress meetings and in all project events.  They will assist the PI and Senior Research Investigator (Dr Richard Serjeantson) in the organisation of project activities such as conferences, colloquia, hosting visitors, and the exhibition.  They will be expected to share in the responsibility of editing project outputs, to contribute relevant content for the project’s website and databases, and to have completed a draft of their monograph by the project’s end date.

Applicants must possess:

  • A good first degree and a PhD in history of science, which must have been awarded by the start of the post.
  • Research experience with early modern texts and/or archives, and/or visual and material culture is required.
  • Research specialism in history of the book and advanced skills in palaeography.
  • Familiarity with current digital humanities research and technology is desirable.
  • Expertise is the period ca. 1450-ca. 1600 is desirable.
  • Fluency in English and excellent reading proficiency in at least one modern language relevant to the project’s research (German, Dutch, French, Italian and Spanish).
  • Reading proficiency in Latin is essential.
  • Evidence of ability to organise and participate in collaborative research initiatives/projects.
  • Evidence of ability to present research findings to a scholarly audience.

The RA is expected to conduct the majority of their research in Cambridge, but must be willing to travel to European and US libraries and archives where relevant to the project’s research/dissemination of research results.

 

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Poste : Assistant Professor in the History of Technology – Harvard

Lieu : Harvard University

Date de début de contrat : 1er juillet 2015

Date limite de candidature : 9 septembre 2014

 

 

The Department of the History of Science at Harvard University is conducting a tenure -track search (assistant professorial level) in the history of technology. A Ph.D. is required by the expected start date, and the Department is especially interested in candidates who show exceptional promise as scholars, teachers and mentors, and whose work complements that of the current faculty. The appointment is expected to begin on July 1, 2015.

 

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Poste : Lectureship in Medieval Literature – Durham University

Lieu : Durham University

Type : temps complet

Date de début de contrat : 1er octobre 2014

Durée du contrat : 1 an

Salaire : £30,728 – £36,661

Date limite de candidature : 10 juillet 2014

 

Applications are invited from outstanding candidates who have research and teaching interests in medieval literature. The successful candidate will be expected to have an excellent research and teaching profile, commensurate with career stage, which will complement the Department’s existing strengths. She or he will be able to make a significant contribution to undergraduate teaching, and to teach widely and flexibly across a range of periods and subjects. These may include Old English and Shakespeare. She or he may also be asked to contribute to postgraduate teaching and examining. Please note this is a one year fixed-term contract from 1.10.14. The Department of English Studies at Durham is one of the leading English departments in the country, with a lively research culture and excellent students. It is consistently ranked in the top 5 departments in the subject in a range of university guides.

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