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|Titel||Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships, University of Sheffield|
|Beschreibung||*Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships*
*University of Sheffield – School of Languages and Cultures*
The School of Languages and Cultures at the University of Sheffield
invites candidates to submit applications to hold the post of Leverhulme Early Career Fellow within the University’s Faculty of Arts and Humanities.
The School of Languages and Cultures has a thriving research community
of academic staff, postdoctoral research fellows and postgraduate
students. We conduct research in a wide range of languages, including
French, German, Dutch, Luxembourgish, Spanish, Catalan, Portuguese,
Russian, Czech and Polish; geographical regions, like Europe, the
Americas, Africa and the Middle East; and disciplines, such as
Linguistics, Literary Studies and Cultural History, Visual Cultures,
Film and Performance, Intellectual History and Politics, Migration
Culture and Community, and Gender Studies, Identity and Sociology.To
find out more, visit: http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/slc
The Faculty of Arts and Humanities has committed to submitting up to
five excellent quality applications for Leverhulme Early Career
Fellowships in 2016. Applications are welcomed from candidates with a
track record of the highest calibre research, but who have not yet held
an established academic appointment. Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships aim to provide career development opportunities for those who are at a relatively early stage of their academic careers, but who have a proven record of research. Appointments are dependent on the successful award of the Leverhulme Fellowship.
Leverhulme Fellows will undertake a significant piece of publishable
work during their tenure and conduct a programme of high quality
research in line with the Leverhulme project proposal.
The ideal candidate will, by 1 September 2016, have a PhD in a relevant
subject area, and have a track record of publication commensurate with
their career stage. Those registered for a doctorate may apply only if
they have submitted their doctoral thesis by the closing date of 4pm on
10 March 2016. Those who had their viva before 10 March 2011 are not
eligible unless they have since had a career break. Applicants must
either hold a degree from a UK higher education institution at the time
of taking up the Fellowship or at the time of application must hold an
academic position in the UK (e.g., fixed-term lectureship, fellowship).
Candidates must not yet have held a full-time permanent academic post in a UK university or comparable UK institution.
These are fixed-term appointments for a 36-month duration. The
Fellowship must commence between 1 September 2016 and 1 May 2017. The
salary is at £38,896 Grade 8.1 per annum.
Formal Expressions of Interest must be received by 18 December 2015.
For informal inquiries, please contact Professor Philip Swanson,
Director of Research and Innovation in the School of Languages and
For further information on the application process and for an Expression of Interest form, see:
Henk de Berg
Professor of German & Co-Director, Prokhorov Centre for the Study of
Central and Eastern European Intellectual and Cultural History
Department of Germanic Studies, School of Languages and Cultures
University of Sheffield
Jessop West, room 4.09
1 Upper Hanover Street
Sheffield S3 7RA
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