The University of Wolverhampton

Lecturer in Modern History (non European History, Post 1700)

Location
Wolverhampton Campus
Faculty/Department
Faculty of Arts, Business and Social Sciences
Contract Type
Permanent
Advert Status
Salary
35,844 - 42,793 pa
Closing Date
31/08/2021
Job Reference
12654

 

The Department of History, Politics and War Studies is looking to appoint a permanent, full-time Lecturer in History to contribute to the provision of high-quality teaching, research and course development and the enhancement of academic performance, student attainment and satisfaction.

 

This is an exciting opportunity for the successful candidate to make a contribution to the Departments work on decolonising the curriculum. We invite applications from candidates with teaching and research expertise in Modern History post-1700, with a geographical focus beyond the UK and Europe.  You will play a key role in promoting non-European perspectives, sources and approaches in our existing and future history teaching and will complement and broaden our global coverage of the histories of class, gender, generations, communities, conflict and consumption.

 

The successful candidate will be committed to the organisation and delivery of the core history curriculum, participate in the development of our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, and engage with the Department’s recruitment and outreach activities.  As a research-active scholar, you will also be working with a well-established, successful, and growing REF unit of assessment, and will have the potential to attract external research funding and supervise postgraduate students. 

 

Informal enquiries can be directed to Dr David Hussey, Head of Department of History, Politics and War Studies Email D.P. Hussey@wlv.ac.uk

 

Interviews : w/c 27th September 2021

 

The University of Wolverhampton celebrates diversity and recognises that difference brings value to our organisation.

As part of our commitment to ensure the diversity of staff body reflects the diversity of the student and local communities we serve, we particularly welcome applications from candidates of Black, Asian, or Ethnic Minority heritage, and candidates who are Disabled (including people who whilst not self-defining as disabled do encounter challenges due to a society that disables them by lack of inclusivity).

We are proud to have been awarded Disability Confident employer status, included in the Stonewall list of employers and are working towards improving our practices against Athena Swan and the Race Equality Charter. We believe in creating an even playing field for all our colleagues, where we can all belong.

 

Living Wage  Stonewall Diversity Champion  Disability Confident    Athena SWAN Gender Charter BronzeREC Charter Bronze

 

 

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