King’s College London with its 200 years of heritage is recognised today as a world-leading research university, ranked 7th in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework. We understand the need to turn original thinking into everyday application, encouraging curiosity to develop work that makes an impact on society and global issues. Great names from King’s are continuing to change the world.

The Department wishes to appoint a Teaching Fellow in Medieval Literature & Culture for a period of six months. The appointment will run from 1 September 2017. The successful candidate will have a strong teaching and research record to complement our current strengths and will be expected to contribute to our undergraduate modules: Cultural Encounters: Literature and Language in Anglo-Saxon England, Subjects of Desire in Medieval Religious Writings, and Performance in Medieval Culture. A record of work in public engagement and impact would be an advantage. The post will be based at the Virginia Woolf Building, King’s Strand Campus.

Located in the heart of London, King’s is the hub of a global network of strong academic connections and collaboration, with prestigious international partnerships within and across disciplines – scientific and medical, social and creative. King’s is investing in the highest calibre of talent to drive the university forward to achieve its greatest potential. The very best from the United Kingdom and across the globe are invited to join King’s. We are looking for a strong commitment to teaching, to push the boundaries of knowledge, influence the future and create a lasting impact.

The selection process will include a presentation and a panel interview.
Interviews are scheduled to be held the week commencing: 26 June 2017

For an informal discussion to find out more about the role please contact Richard Kirkland (richard.kirkland@kcl.ac.uk)

Closing date: 11 June 2017

More information.

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