Job: Lectureship in Classics (Roman Studies)

University College Cork, Ireland

Deadline: 30 April 2019

Permanent Whole-time Post

UCC wishes to appoint an experienced academic to the role of Lecturer in Classics (Roman Studies). Reporting to the Head of the Department of Classics, the Lecturer in Classics (Roman Studies) will have a specialist interest in an area of Roman Studies complementing the existing strengths of the department in Latin literature and Roman history. Potential areas of interest include, but are not limited to, art, Greek literature, philosophy, and scientific texts of the Roman Imperial or Late Antique periods. The successful candidate will be required to deliver foundation and advanced teaching on aspects of Roman Studies. S/he will be required to teach classical Greek to an advanced undergraduate level, and may be required to teach classical Latin to a similar level. S/he may also be required to teach in other areas of classical culture or history according to changing departmental needs. Candidates must hold a doctoral qualification in an area of Roman Studies from a recognised University at the time of application. The holder of this post will be expected to promote student research at masters and doctoral level on different aspects of Roman Studies. S/he will also be required to contribute to the academic administration of the department and college, and to engage with external bodies in areas relating to Classics.

Please note that Garda vetting and/or an international police clearance check may form part of the selection process. For an information package including full details of the post, selection criteria and application process see https://ore.ucc.ie/. The University, at its discretion, may undertake to make an additional appointment(s) from this competition following the conclusion of the process.

Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Dr David Woods, Tel: 0035321-4903491, E-mail: d.woods@ucc.ie. Further information on the Department is available at http://www.ucc.ie/en/classics/.

Appointment may be made on the Lectureship Salary Scale: €33,481-€59,132 per annum. Salary placement on appointment will be in accordance with public sector pay policy. Applications must be submitted online via the University College Cork vacancy portal. Queries relating to the online application process should be referred to recruitment@ucc.ie, quoting the job-title.

Candidates should apply, in confidence, before 12 noon (Irish Local Time) on Tuesday 30th April 2019. No late applications will be accepted.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CORK IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER

Please note that an appointment to posts advertised will be dependent on University approval, together with the terms of the employment control framework for the higher education sector

Job: Career Development Fellow in Classics

University of Edinburgh

Deadline: 3 April 2019

The School of History, Classics and Archaeology at the University of Edinburgh seeks to appoint a Career Development Fellow in Classics for one year from 1 September 2019. The Department’s coverage includes Greek and Latin language, literature, and philosophy; ancient history; classical art and archaeology; Byzantine studies, post-Classical Latin, and the classical tradition/ history of reception. Applicants in any of these fields are welcome. The appointee will devote most of their time to the completion of a programme of research, but will also gain experience in research-led teaching and large-scale lecturing and will organise a symposium in the area of their interests. Candidates will normally have obtained their PhD since 31 December 2017.

Salary: UE07 £33,199 to £39,609 per annum.

Closing date: 5pm (GMT) 3rd April 2019.

For details, see https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BQR449/career-development-fellow-in-classics

Job: Visiting Assistant Professor of Art History (Greek Art and Architecture)

Stockton University, NJ, USA

The Visual Arts Program at Stockton University invites applications for a one-year Visiting Assistant Professor of Art History beginning September 2019. Ph.D. required (or must have Ph.D. by September 2019) with college-level teaching experience and publications record. The preferred candidate will specialize in Greek art and architecture and have access to an active archaeological project in Greece or Cyprus. Consideration is also given to specialists in Byzantine art and architecture or other ancient specializations. Ability to teach more broadly within art history curriculum and academic experience with culturally diverse populations desired.

The successful applicant will teach courses in area of specialization, two-semester art history survey, and other courses as needed, including courses for the University’s General Studies program. One course in archaeology is required each year with preference given to candidates who can offer summer field work for students. The position includes endowed research funding and support for students traveling abroad established through the Pappas Center for Hellenic Studies. The faculty member will participate in Pappas Center for Hellenic Studies programming on campus and beyond. Teaching load is six four-credit courses per year.

The job is posted here:
https://stockton.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobID=1606&job=visiting-assistant-professor-of-art-history-13d

Job: Museum Director, Dumbarton Oaks

Dumbarton Oaks, Washington D.C., USA

Dumbarton Oaks is a Harvard research institute, museum, library, and historic garden in Washington, D.C. The institute supports research and learning internationally in Byzantine, Garden and Landscape, and Pre-Columbian studies. The Museum is renowned for its world-class Byzantine and Pre-Columbian collections, and select works of European art. The Museum, open six days/week free of charge, has close ties to local and Harvard communities and engages scholars and visitors from all over the world through exhibitions, gallery talks, and class visits. Dumbarton Oaks is a vibrant home of the humanities with an overarching mission of communicating the value of culture and advanced research to the broadest possible public.

The Museum Director will lead the Museum team in planning and delivering innovative exhibits that will highlight the Dumbarton Oaks collections and may include collaborations with the three programs of study and the library, rare book, and image collections. The Museum Director will oversee long-term exhibition planning, budget, and all aspects of Museum operations, in close conjunction with other departments of Dumbarton Oaks. The ideal candidate will combine deep knowledge of at least one area of the Dumbarton Oaks collections with the promise of strong leadership and a proven record of collaboration. The incumbent will join Dumbarton Oaks at an exciting time of expansion of both our academic and our public programs and will be encouraged to foster links between the Museum and the research institute, help develop new educational programs for DC students, and provide open and free access to the collections through digital initiatives.

For full details and online application, see DO’s website.