Teaching Fellow in Postcolonial Literature Ref 3359

School/department: School of English
Hours: full time
Contract: fixed term for 10 months  
Reference: 3359
Salary: starting at £32,548 and rising to £38,833 per annum
Placed on: 8 June 2018
Closing date:  27 June 2018.  Applications must be received by midnight of the closing date.
Expected interview date: 13 July 2018
Expected start date: 1 September 2018


Job description

The School of English at the University of Sussex seeks to appoint an outstanding individual to deliver teaching on BA and MA modules in Postcolonial Literature.  The successful candidate will possess research-led expertise in modern and contemporary postcolonial literature. They will have undergraduate teaching experience, and the willingness to contribute to teaching across a wide generic and theoretical range of materials in English literature from 1860.

Applicants must be able to take up the post from 1 September 2018. The appointment is fixed term for 10 months only until 30 June 2019, to cover staff absence. Applicants should either possess a doctorate or have submitted their doctorate for examination.

 For further information please contact Prof Carol Watts, Head of School, at Carol.Watts@sussex.ac.uk

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How to apply

Download our academic post application form [DOC 301.50KB] and personal details and equal opportunities form [DOC 162.50KB] and fill in all sections.

Email your completed application, and personal details and equal opportunities form, to englishrecruitment@sussex.ac.uk 

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