Job advertisement: Research and Teaching Fellow, Leeds

By Emily Paterson-Morgan

Research and Teaching Fellow in Romantic Literature
School of English, University of Leeds

Full-time, fixed-term for 12 months, 1 September 2021 to 31 August 2022
Salary: £33,797 (grade 7)
Closing date: Tuesday 22 June
Apply here
Enquiries: Dr Jeremy Davies (j.g.h.davies@leeds.ac.uk) & Prof. Andrew
Warnes (a.warnes@leeds.ac.uk)
Online interviews are provisionally scheduled for Friday 2 July

What does the role entail?
As a Research and Teaching Fellow you will:
• Contribute to the AHRC-funded project ‘Experiments in Land and Society, 1793-1833,’ with a special focus on research in archives relating to Robert Owen (New Lanark; the University of Glasgow; the National Co-operative Archive, Manchester) and/or to John Thelwall (the Jerwood Centre, Grasmere; Derby Library);
• Write or co-author one or more publications based on your research, and present your findings at conferences;
• Work with Wordsworth Grasmere and Lancashire Wildlife Trust on public-facing events and resources arising from project research;
• Take lead responsibility for organising an online conference, ‘Culture and Environment in Britain, 1688–1851′;
• Design and deliver small-group seminar teaching to provide a stimulating and supportive learning environment for students; prepare high quality learning resources; and write and present accessible and academically rigorous lectures;
• Prepare students for assessment tasks through appropriate guidance; …read more

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