Salary: £41,545 – £48,161 p.a.

The History Department at Warwick is one of the largest and strongest in the country, with an innovative and expanding programme of research-led activities. The Centre for the History of Medicine, based in the Department of History, is a key research centre in this field both nationally and internationally. You will play a leading role in the further development of the Centre’s and Department’s research, teaching and postgraduate training, focusing on the History of Medicine in the early modern and/or modern period. Research on Britain, Europe, Africa or the Americas is welcomed; preference may be given to a social historian of medicine.

You should have an excellent publication record and strong scholarly profile that will contribute to the History Department’s research activities, augment its record of funded and collaborative research, and further develop its range of postgraduate supervision. Appointments at the Associate Professor level are commensurate with UK appointments in the range from the very top of Lecturer B through to Readership.

You will teach on research-led history of medicine modules and team taught core courses in history. At undergraduate level, duties will include lecturing and holding seminars. You will contribute to MA teaching and to the supervision of MA and PhD students.

More information about the Centre can be found at

Closing date: Thursday 6 September 2007

Anyone with an interest in applying is welcome to discuss the position with Professor Hilary Marland, Director of the Centre for the History of Medicine([email protected]) or Professor Margot Finn, Head of the History Department ([email protected]). Please note that Hilary Marland is on vacation between 1st-17th August.