JOB Nov 13, 2001

Fellowships at Kings's College Cambridge, UK (5)

Nicholas

KING'S COLLEGE CAMBRIDGE

DEADLINE: 30th November

A Junior Research Fellowship, two
Postdoctoral Associate positions and two graduate studentships in Art
History/Visual Culture King's College.

Cambridge, wishes to appoint a
Junior Research Fellow (a faculty level position), up to two
Postdoctoral Associates and two graduate students to work in the field
of Art History, with a specific interest in visual culture. The
successful candidates may work in any period, but will be expected to
collaborate with other scholars working in an interdisciplinary manner
under the general heading of 'description'. The successful candidates
will be members of King's College and will be expected to take a full
part in college life. Although these are research posts, teaching
opportunities will be made available and are encouraged. The basic
salary of the fellowship is £14,883-£19,114 per annum, according to
age and academic qualification; the fellowship may be held for up to
four years from 1st October 2002. Subsidised accommodation may be
available in the college.

The basic salary of the Postdoctoral
Associate is £15,000 per annum. Subsidised accommodation may be
available in college. The Postdoctoral Associate position may be held
for up to two years from 1st October 2002. Candidates may apply for a
Fellowship or a Postdoctoral Associate position or both. The graduate
studentships (up to £1,000 research expenses per annum) may be held
for up to three years from 1st October 2002 and are intended for
graduates who already have funding.

Further details, including method
of application, may be obtained from the Provost's Secretary, King's
College, Cambridge CB2 1ST, or from the King's College website at

www.kings.cam.ac.uk/vacancies.

Specific questions may be addressed to
Dr Simon Goldhill, Co-ordinator of Research, on e-mail at
sdg1001hermes.cam.ac.uk The closing date for application is 30th
November 2001; shortlisted candidates will be expected to attend an
interview on 20th February 2002. King's College is an equal
opportunities employer.

Reference:
JOB: Fellowships at Kings's College Cambridge, UK (5). In: ArtHist.net, Nov 13, 2001 (accessed Sep 25, 2022), <https://arthist.net/archive/24732>.

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