|Faculty/Area:||Faculty of Arts, Cultures and Education|
|School/Department:||Department of History|
|Salary:||£34,189 to £39,609 per annum|
|Post Type:||Full Time|
|Closing Date:||Monday 22 April 2019|
|Interview Date:||Friday 10 May 2019|
The Faculty of Arts, Cultures & Education at the University of Hull wishes to appoint to a Lecturer in Indigenous History. The contract is expected to run from 1 September 2019 until 1 September 2022 to replace Professor Joy Porter during the period of her Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship.
Applicants should have research and teaching interests in a transnational or global field related to the indigenous and environmental humanities in any period post 1700. This includes, but is not limited to, indigenous historical and cultural engagements with colonial diplomacy and geographies, treaties, decolonisation and globalisation. We are open to a wide range of approaches, including indigenous interdisciplinary work related to mapping and digital humanities, and research engaging with STEM.
The successful applicant will work closely with the Treatied Spaces Research Cluster in the Faculty, and where appropriate to the research concerned, develop proposals to attract significant external funding.
Candidates should have a completed PhD and an exceptional record of research in a relevant subject area, along with high-quality publications in anticipation of the November 2020 REF deadline.
The successful applicant will support and maintain the University’s national and international reputation for excellence in teaching and will be expected to offer undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and supervision.
To apply online for this vacancy and to view further information about the role, please visit: https://jobs.hull.ac.uk/vacancies.aspx?cat=-1
Informal inquiries about the post may be directed to Professor Joy Porter, Joy.firstname.lastname@example.org
Candidates are asked to submit a CV and cover letter and complete the application form.