[Milton-L] Position of Associate Professor in Medieval English
Language and Literature at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland
Juliette.Vuille at unil.ch
Wed Dec 1 04:47:06 EST 2010
I would like to draw your attention to the following
position available at the University of Fribourg.
Apologies for cross-posting.
The Faculty of Humanities at the University of Fribourg
invites applications for the position of
Associate Professor in Medieval English Language and Literature
commencing 1 September 2011
For further information, please see: http://lettres.unifr.ch/fr/
Applicants must hold a doctorate and demonstrate a high quality in
research publications. They must offer proof of their teaching
experience in a university setting, their ability to undertake
research projects, and their existing or developing scholarly networks.
The successful applicant will teach 6 hours a week in each of two
semesters of the
academic year. Teaching will include introductory English language
courses in Old
English and Middle English as well as advanced courses at the BA and
MA level. In addition, the appointee will supervise MA and PhD
theses. Classes are taught in English. However, the successful
candidate is required to take on administrative duties and have a
working knowledge of at least one of the official languages of the
University (French or German).
Letters of application with a CV, a list of publications, the names
and contact information of three references, and list of courses
taught should be sent to :
Prof. Thomas Austenfeld, Doyen, Faculté des lettres, Université de
Fribourg, Avenue de l’Europe 20, CH-1700 Fribourg, Switzerland.
Closing date: 31 January 2011.
For further information please contact the President of the
Recruitment Commission, Prof. Luca Zoppelli: luca.zoppelli at unifr.ch
The University of Fribourg is committed to promoting the academic
careers of women and welcomes applications from women.
Faculté des lettres
UNIL-Dorigny Anthropole 5073
Ch - 1015 Lausanne
+41 21 692 29 93
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