Lecturer in History of Art and Liberal Arts


Open ended / Full time

18 Jul 2021

Faculty of Arts

£38,017 – £42,792 per annum

The role
The successful applicant will be an art historian dedicated to interdisciplinary education and able to demonstrate excellence in research and teaching within the period c. 1550 – c. 1850. Preference will be given to candidates who can demonstrate that their teaching will work to develop further the decolonizing agenda of the Department and Faculty.

What will you be doing?
The successful candidate will hold a shared appointment in History of Art (50%) and the Liberal Arts programme (50%). They will be expected to contribute fully to high-quality teaching and administration jointly within the Department of the History of Art and the Liberal Arts programme, which runs core units integrating subjects from across the faculty. The appointment start date is September 2021.

You should apply if
You can deliver courses in the history of art, c.1550-c.1850 at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

You can devise and teach a range of other units in the undergraduate and postgraduate teaching programmes in the period after the renaissance and before the late nineteenth century.

You can lead one or co-convene at least one of the core Liberal Arts units, such as Ideas and Society or Experiencing the Aesthetic, and contribute to others.

Additional information
For informal queries please contact Simon Shaw-Miller (History of Art queries) s.shaw-miller@bristol.ac.uk, Simeon Koole (Liberal Arts queries) simeon.koole@bristol.ac.uk or Laura Maclean (Administrative queries) hums-exec@bristol.ac.uk.

We welcome applications from all members of our community and are particularly encouraging those from diverse groups, such as members of the LGBT+ and BAME communities, to join us.