Three Postdoctoral Research Fellowships in Nineteenth-Century Studies (any discipline)
The Cambridge Victorian Studies Group of Cambridge University, in association with the Leverhulme Trust, intends to appoint three Research Fellows for four years from October 2007 to work on its project, ‘Past vs. Present: Abandoning the Past in an Age of Progress’.
The salary range for the posts will be £24,161 to £31,525 p.a..
Those working on any aspect of British culture 1789-1914, including but not limited to the History of Science, History, Theology, Classical Tradition, Egyptology, Literature, Cultural Studies, Anthropology, Music, Archaeology, Art, Museology, are invited to apply.
Candidates may be at any stage in their academic career but must have completed a PhD before October 2007.
Applicants working in the fields of visual culture, the classical tradition, archaeology or museology will be particularly welcome.
Further details and an application form can be obtained from www.victorians.group.cam.ac.uk, or from the Administrator, Cambridge Victorian Studies Group, Room 250, Raised Faculty Building, Sidgwick Avenue, Cambridge CB3 9DA (tel: 01223 760820, e-mail: [email protected], to whom applications should be sent by December 8th 2006.
Interviews will be held on 23rd and 24th January 2007.
Cambridge University is an Equal Opportunities Employer.