“The Role

Free-thinking. Collaborative. Innovative. Kingston University is yours to imagine. You will harness your creativity, joining a friendly, open, energetic team committed to enhancing the learning of our diverse student body. You will contribute to the teaching, assessment and review of drama at undergraduate and postgraduate level with a focus on theatre history, particularly Shakespeare and early modern English drama. In addition, you will have the chance to work alongside our Professor of Shakespeare Studies to shape the new MA Shakespeare to be delivered in collaboration with the Rose Theatre, Kingston and The Globe. You’ll also mentor students, undertake administration, and develop your own research.

The Person

Your experience of teaching Shakespeare and early modern drama will be supported by a PhD in a relevant field or equivalent. You will be an active researcher with a track record of peer-reviewed publications and the potential to make a full submission to REF 2020. Excited about the prospect of collaboration with colleagues and members of staff at the Rose Theatre, you will have the ability to motivate our students to perform at their best. Your sound organisational skills will enable you to contribute to course administration and management. Experience of teaching at postgraduate level together with UKPSF or equivalent would be highly desirable.

The Faculty

The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is now the fastest growing research environment in the UK following a multi-million pound investment in Professorial staff, early career researchers and doctoral students. The Faculty has a rich offering in the theoretical humanities and critical social sciences unique amongst UK universities.”

Deadline 14 April 2014

More information here 


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