Vacancy: Teaching Fellow in Ottoman History – SB1065

Moldovita_murals_2010_41The School of History is seeking to appoint a Teaching Fellow in History of the Ottoman Empire to cover for Dr Dimitris Kastritsis who will be on research leave during this period. The successful candidate will be required to contribute to the teaching of the sub-honours modules MH2002: Introduction to Middle Eastern History, and MO1007: The Early Modern Western World, and to teach honours courses, including ‘The classical Ottoman Empire, in addition to contributing to MLitt teaching in Middle Eastern History and Culture.

Further information on the University and the School of History can be found at the University website.  To discuss this post informally candidates might also wish to contact the Chair of Middle East Studies, Professor Ali Ansari (aa51@st-andrews.ac.uk).

Ref No:  SB1065

Closing Date:  27 May 2013

Further Particulars:  SB1065AO FPs.doc

Salary:  £30,424-£36,298 per annum, pro rata
Start:  1 September 2013
Fixed term for 10 months

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