Temporary Teaching Fellow in History of Photography, University of St Andrews
The School of History of Art at the University of St. Andrews is seeking to appoint a temporary Teaching Fellow with expertise in any area of the History of Photography to contribute to the School’s undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. You should have or be about to complete your Ph.D. and will have some teaching experience at university level. The post will be for 9 months from 5 September 2011 to 15 June 2012.
You will be required to teach two Honours modules and one Postgraduate module in subjects to be agreed with the Head of School and will contribute to the team-taught 2nd-year modules on ‘History & Theory of European Art, Architecture and Design, from the French Revolution to Vienna 1900’ and ‘Art, Culture and Politics from 1900 to Now’.
School of Art History *£29,972 – £35,788 per annum, pro rata Start: 5 September 2011 Fixed Term for 9 months. Applications will be considered from candidates with less experience/knowledge of the area for appointment on Grade 5, salary range £24,370-29,099 per annum pro rata, with the duties to be agreed and altered accordingly.
Applications due 21 July 2011
Further details here.