The Department of History of the University of Birmingham is looking to appoint a Teaching Fellow (1.0) in Modern European History, to teach, advise and assess undergraduate and postgraduate students within own subject area and within an established teaching programme.
The position is a fixed-term appointment for one year from 1 September 2019.
The successful candidate will have a PhD in history, or be near completion of a PhD, and have demonstrated ability to: teach on a range of modules including Nationalism in Modern Europe, 1815-1914 and Visions of Utopia: Socialism around the World, 1800-1980; contribute to the team-taught module Europe in the Age of Total War; contribute to teaching and administration; contribute to undergraduate and Masters-level modules introducing historical theory and methods; contribute experience of teaching in a university department or equivalent; fluent written and spoken English.
A full job description is available in PDF format here.
One can apply here by April 9, 2019.
Photo: Women’s March on Versailles, s.a., ca.1789. (National Library of France / source: Wikimedia)