Lectureships in Art History at the University of St Andrews

DEADLINE: 27 May 2022

The School of Art History at the University of St Andrews has several fixed-term vacancies for full-time positions starting 1 September 2022, with a deadline of 27 May for applications. We seek applications for the following positions:

  • Lectureship (education focused) in Museum and Heritage Studies
  • Associate Lectureship in Art History, 1700-1900
  • Lectureship (education focused) in Modern and Contemporary Art History (1900-present): Africa and its diaspora, South Asia, East Asia, or the Middle East
  • Two Associate Lectureships, Art History pre 1800

For more information on these positions, and how to apply, see: St Andrews Art History jobs

The School of Art History has an international reputation for teaching and research. It is one of the largest Art History departments in the UK, comprising at present 24 permanent academic staff. In REF 2021 97% of research carried out by the School was judged world leading or internationally excellent. The teaching and research interests of current staff extend from the Medieval to the Modern periods, with particular concentrations in the following areas: Medieval art and architecture in Europe and the Islamic world; the art of Renaissance Italy; French art from the 17th to the 20th centuries; the history of photography; 20th-century and contemporary art in Europe and America, and Museum and Heritage Studies. The School is committed to the principles of equality, diversity and inclusion, and holds an Athena Swan Bronze Award.