LINGUIST List 16.885

Wed Mar 23 2005

Jobs: Open Specialty: 4 posts, U of Newcastle

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        1.    Florence Myles, Open Specialty: 4 posts (One in French Linguistics), University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK


Message 1: Open Specialty: 4 posts (One in French Linguistics), University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

Date: 23-Mar-2005
From: Florence Myles <Florence.Mylesncl.ac.uk>
Subject: Open Specialty: 4 posts (One in French Linguistics), University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK


University or Organization: University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Department: French Section, School of Modern Languages
Job Rank: 4 posts, one in French Linguistics,
Specialty Areas: Any area of linguistics
Required Language: French (FRN)


Description:

CHAIR OF FRENCH STUDIES (Ref. G342)
SENIOR LECTURER/LECTURER B (Ref. G341)
(£27,989 - £42,573 per annum)
LECTURER A/B (Ref. G335)
(£23,643 - £35,883 per annum)
LECTURER A (Ref. G336)
(£23,643 - £27,116 per annum)

The appointments form part of the School's strategic move to enhance
further its expertise and international recognition in modern and
contemporary French culture, society and language. Our areas of research
specialism include film and media studies, society and politics, literary
and cultural studies, translation studies, linguistics, francophone studies.

The Chair of French Studies is a new appointment. We are looking for a
scholar with an international reputation in his/her specialist area, who
will provide research leadership and contribute to postgraduate and
undergraduate teaching in areas compatible with the department's range of
expertise. Preference may be given to a specialist in any of the areas of
modern and contemporary culture or society indicated above.

The appointment at either Senior Lecturer or Lecturer B level, will be made
in the field of European Film and Media Studies: candidates with expertise
in two national cinemas (preferably French with Spanish or Latin American
cinema) will be particularly welcome.

Applications are also invited for 2 Lectureships in French Studies (one
permanent appointment at Lecturer A/B level, one appointment at Lecturer A
for 3 years in the first instance). One of these appointments will be to a
candidate specialising in one or more of the areas of interest outlined
above; the other will preferably be in French Linguistics.

For further information, including how to apply, please visit our vacancies
website at http://www.ncl.ac.uk/vacancies/ or email judith.jacksonncl.ac.uk


Address for Applications:

Mrs Judith Jackson
Human Resources Section
University of Newcastle
Newcastle upon Tyn NE1 7RU
United Kingdom

Application Deadline: 20-Apr-2005

Contact Information:

Professor Florence Myles
Email: Florence.Mylesncl.ac.uk
Phone: 44(0)2380581268
Website: www.ncl.ac.uk/vacancies/employ.rtf

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