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Lecturer in French Language and Cultural Studies
Ref. 50052097

Salary: L - £40,173 - £44,615 per annum (Inc. LWA)

Department: School of Humanities

Location: Central London

The School of Humanities seeks to employ a Lecturer in French Language and Cultural Studies. The post holder will be expected to teach primarily at undergraduate level and to have an emerging research profile in French studies or in cross-cultural/interdisciplinary research which will complement existing research within the School. The post will also include administrative duties appropriate to the level of appointment and will include research supervision. Ideally, the post holder will hold a PhD and have an emerging research record as evidenced in peer-reviewed publications and is expected to be submitted to the Modern Languages UoA for REF2021. 

The School of Humanities includes single and combined honours degrees in Arabic, Chinese, Creative Writing, English Language, English Literature, French, Global Communication, History, Linguistics, Spanish, and Translation. At MA level, we offer courses in Art and Visual Culture, Culture and Critical Studies, English Language and Linguistics, English Literature, International Liaison and Communication, Museums and Galleries, Translation and Interpreting, and TESOL. We have a varied and lively community of PhD students across all subjects. 

The post-holder will join a community of 84 staff and around one thousand students at Westminster’s central London campus. The University of Westminster is among the world’s top twenty international Universities. 
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Closing Date: Midnight on 5 August 2018

Interviews are likely to be held on: 20 August 2018

Administrative Contact (for queries only): Recruitment@westminster.ac.uk 

Please note: We are unable to accept applications by email. All applications must be made online. CV’s in isolation or incomplete application forms will not be accepted. 
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