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Visiting Assistant Professor (2017-2018), University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Submitted by ccarlin on 22 May 2017 - 11:51pm
Visiting Assistant Professor (2017-2018) in French and Francophone Studies. Apply by June 1st. 
 
The specific courses to be taught will depend on the qualifications of the finalist; the load for VAP is 3/3. The department is a vibrant one that promotes diversity and community engagement; please see our webpage for more details about our programs:  www.uncg.edu/llc.  Please see the generic ad at  https://jobsearch.uncg.edu/postings/3676.

Questions and informal inquiries may be directed to  ​Lisa Janvari (lajanvar@uncg.edu).

Applicants may send materials (vita and names/address​es​ of 3 references) to  ​Lisa Janvari by email, or may submit hard copy applications by mailing to:

University of North Carolina at Greensboro Department of  ​Languages, Literatures, and Cultures

P.O. Box 26170

Greensboro, NC 27402-6165

EOE AA/M/F/D/V"

 

Source: Women in French (Cybelle McFadden)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Lecturer level in French, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

Submitted by ccarlin on 23 March 2017 - 3:48pm

Opening at Lecturer level in French, Victoria University of Wellington
 
For info: there is no tenure system in New Zealand
 
Applications are invited for the position of Lecturer in French. This is a permanent full time position and expected to commence either in July 2017 or February 2018. 
 
The successful applicant will be involved in teaching and administering French language and literature and culture courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The Lecturer will also be able to contribute to undergraduate and/or postgraduate teaching in Translation Studies or another language of relevance to the School. Academic staff in the School are normally expected to teach an average of 7-8 hours per week.
 
The successful applicant will be expected to maintain a high-quality research record consistent with the research strategy of the School and of the University and enhance the capacity to supervise MA and PhD theses in the School.
 
The successful applicant is to be a productive and collegial member of a team of experienced researchers and teachers. The areas of teaching competence and the research specialisations of the appointee must complement existing strengths in French and in the wider School, enhance the broader research strategies of the University and reinforce the School’s commitment to cross-programme collaboration and interdisciplinarity.  Therefore, a specialisation in translation studies or evidence of successful research and teaching across more than one language is a requirement for this role.
 
Further information can be obtained from Dr Sally Hill, Head of School, Languages and Cultures, email sally.hill@vuw.ac.nz, phone +64 4 463 5298.
 
Please complete the online application form and submit your CV and cover letter by attachment at

http://www.victoria.ac.nz/about/careers/current-vacancies

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Chair of French (1776), Trinity College Dublin

Submitted by ccarlin on 7 February 2017 - 3:19am

Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin is seeking to fill the following full-time academic position:

Professor of French (Chair of French 1776), Permanent contract, full time. Candidates must have a PhD in a Ph.D. in French and/or Francophone Studies broadly conceived and an internationally distinguished record of research and publication relating to French studies.

Appointment will be made on the Professorship Salary Scale at a point in line with Government Pay Policy (€106,516 - €136,276 per annum).

The successful applicants will be based on the main Trinity Campus, Dublin 2 or designated premises.

Closing Date:  12 Noon 9th March 2017

Post summary The School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies at Trinity College Dublin is looking to make an appointment to the Chair of French (1776), one of the oldest Chairs of French in the world. The post is tenable from 1 September 2017 and arises following the retirement of Professor J. Gratton. The post holder will be expected to have and maintain a distinctive international profile of research excellence in French Studies.

This post is of international standing with previous holders including eminent scholars who have provided national and international leadership in the discipline. In making this appointment, the College is reaffirming its commitment to the role of languages in the humanities, and to the central role of the humanities in realising the academic and societal goals of a 21st century university.

Further information and application process details available at https://jobs.tcd.ie/pls/corehrrecruit/erq_search_package.search_form?p_company=1&p_internal_external=E

Trinity is an equal opportunities employer and we encourage and welcome applications from talented people from all backgrounds.

Source: Fabula

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12-month Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Durham University

Submitted by JRow on 14 December 2016 - 2:08pm

The Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies at Durham University is pleased to announce details of a new post-doctoral fellowship to carry out research in the context of the Durham Priory Library Recreated digitisation project. Further information is attached and the online job advertisement is available here: http://bit.ly/2gfEfxg

 

We would be grateful if you could circulate it as widely as possible:

 

Zeno Karl Schindler Foundation/Durham University Post-Doctoral Fellowship

 

Deadline for applications: 12 noon, 9th January 2017

 

Interview date: 20th January 2017

 

Start date: 1st March 2017

 

Purpose: To conduct post-doctoral research in the context of the Durham Priory Library Recreated digitisation project. This project is a collaboration between Durham Cathedral and Durham University for the digitisation of 480 volumes of manuscripts and several dozen printed books belonging to the pre-Reformation Cathedral Library and dating from the seventh century AD onwards. The fellow will work on material that has been, or is being, digitised in one of five (overlapping) research areas:

 

(1) History of the Book;

(2) Community Living: Liturgy, Rules and Well-Being;

(3) Scholastic Learning and Philosophical Enquiry;

(4) Science, Knowledge and the Natural World;

(5) Digital Recreations

 

 

Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies

World Heritage Site Visitor Centre|7 Owengate|Durham|DH1 3HB

Tel: +44 191 334 6574 | Email: admin.imems@durham.ac.uk

 

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TUTORIAL FELLOWSHIP AND ASSOCIATE PROFESSORSHIP (OR PROFESSORSHIP) IN FRENCH Trinity College, Oxford

Submitted by ccarlin on 26 November 2016 - 9:46pm

Trinity College and the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages wish jointly to appoint to a Tutorial Fellowship and Associate Professorship in French (1500-1700), commencing in October 2017. The combined University and College salary will be on a scale from £45,066 to £60,513 p.a. Additional allowances provided by the College include a (taxable) housing allowance, if the successful candidate chooses not to live in College accommodation, of £13,000 p.a.

Applications are invited from candidates, who must hold a doctorate and have an excellent record of research and teaching expertise in Early Modern French literature and culture c. 1500-1700. All other things being equal, a preference may be given to a candidate whose research is focused on the period 1500-1630. The appointee will be expected to research at the highest level; to teach undergraduates for the College and Faculty, and to supervise graduates for the Faculty; to have native or near-native standard competence in both English and French; and to undertake relevant administrative duties for both the College and the Faculty.

The Associate Professor will be a member of the University and the College communities, and will work at Trinity College and at 41 Wellington Square, Oxford. S/he will be part of a lively and intellectually stimulating research community which performs to the highest international levels in research and publications, and will have access to Oxford’s excellent research facilities. Candidates must have received their doctorate by the closing date for applications. While early-career candidates are welcome to apply, this is not intended as an early-career appointment. The person appointed will be expected to play a full and active role in College and Faculty teaching, research and administration from appointment.

Further particulars, including details of how to apply, may be downloaded below:

http://www.trinity.ox.ac.uk/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/CUF-2017-Further-Particulars.pdf

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Visiting Assistant Professor of French, Kenyon College

Submitted by ccarlin on 19 October 2016 - 5:02pm

Kenyon College, a highly selective, nationally ranked liberal arts college in central Ohio, invites applications for a one-year visiting position (sabbatical replacement) in French at the assistant professor or instructor level, to begin August, 2017. Native or near-native fluency required. The successful applicant will have a demonstrable record of teaching excellence and scholarly potential. Field of specialization in pre-1800 literature preferred, secondary field in French cultural studies and/or film desirable.

To apply, candidates should visit the online application site found at http://careers.kenyon.edu. A complete application will be comprised of 1) a cover letter discussing the applicant's research and scholarship undertaken, its relevance to the field or discipline, and prior teaching experience; 2) a curriculum vitae; 3) letters of reference from three (3) recommenders; and 4) an unofficial transcript. All application materials must be submitted electronically through Kenyon's employment website

Review of applications will begin November 15, 2016 and will continue until the position is filled. Skype interviews.  Completed applications received by the November 15, 2016 deadline will be guaranteed full consideration.

Kenyon College is a nationally prominent, private liberal arts college where academic excellence goes hand in hand with a strong sense of community and close relationships among students and professors.

 

Mortimer Martin Guiney

Department of Modern Languages and Literatures

Kenyon College

Gambier, OH 43022  USA

(740) 427-5803

guiney@kenyon.edu

 

Source: H-France

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Poste de professeure ou de professeur en littérature d'Ancien Régime avant 1700 (Montréal)

Submitted by ccarlin on 4 October 2016 - 4:49pm

Le Département des littératures de langue française de l'Université de Montréal sollicite des candidatures pour un poste de professeure ou de professeur à temps plein au rang d'adjoint en littérature d'Ancien Régime avant 1700.

Les dossiers doivent être transmis par la poste au plus tard le 15 novembre 2016.

Pour plus de détails, voir l'annonce sur le site web de référence.
RESPONSABLE : Marie-Pascale Huglo, directrice intérimaire
URL DE REFERENCE : http://www.littfra.umontreal.ca/

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SFS Visiting International Fellowship Award. Due date: 1 April 2016

Submitted by farisallison3 on 2 February 2016 - 12:01pm

The Society for French Studies is delighted to announce the third round of its Visiting International Fellowship scheme. The SFS International Visiting Fellowship scheme enables outstanding academics in French Studies at all career stages, based in overseas universities, to spend time at UK or Irish higher education institutions. The deadline for applications to this year’s Visiting International Fellowship Award is 1 April 2016, for activity taking place during AY 2016/17. Full details of the scheme are provided below. Information may also be found on the following link:  Cmd+Click or tap to follow the link">http://www.sfs.ac.uk/funding-visiting-fellowships/.

 

Applications should be submitted to Professor Edward Welch, Carnegie Chair of French, University of Aberdeen (edward.welch@abdn.ac.uk), to whom informal enquiries can also be made. This year's Visiting International Fellow is Professor Barbara Havercroft (University of Toronto), who will be undertaking a series of activities during May 2016. Full details of these events will be circulated in due course.

 

VISITING INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP AWARD

 

The Society for French Studies is delighted to announce the third round of its Visiting International Fellowship scheme. In the light of its commitment to support international mobility within the subject area it represents, the Society offers funding for a grant to support an annual visiting fellowship, tenable in any UK or Irish university, or institution of higher education in the UK or Ireland, to allow outstanding academics in the French Studies field based in overseas universities to spend time at UK or Irish higher education institutions. The scheme is designed to support early career and established scholars, although exceptionally the Society may be prepared to consider candidates—such as authors—who do not hold a university post.

 

There is one deadline per year:

1 April, for activity taking place the following academic session.

 

Applicants will normally be notified of the outcome of their application within two months of the date of the application.

 

The key objective of the Fellowship grant is to encourage the internationalization of French Studies in the UK and Ireland through engagement with those active in the field elsewhere. It is also intended that the Fellow will use the occasion to further their own academic interests, and to visit more than one UK institution. The emphasis will be on collaboration and on the diffusion of skills and knowledge, and priority may be given to new or recent collaborative ventures. Where a visit builds on existing collaboration, the applicant in the UK or Ireland should explain what the visit will achieve over and above past outcomes. It is the intention that the fellowship may provide a degree of expertise that is not otherwise available within the UK and Irish research base in French Studies. Visiting fellows will be expected to offer 'Society for French Studies Lectures' (or equivalent), either in the host institution or elsewhere, to mark their residence.

 

The principal criteria for selection will be (i) the academic standing and achievements of the visitor in terms of their current career stage, (ii) their potential for making a substantial contribution to French Studies in the UK and Ireland, and (iii) the specific nature of the proposed programme during the fellowship. Additionally, and as collaboration is a central aim of the scheme, joint bids from two or more institutions are especially welcomed, and the selection panel will give special consideration to such applications.

 

Visits should be for no more than four weeks in duration, although an extended period may be appropriate if additional funding is available from institutional sources. There is an expectation that institutions will supplement the Society's grant, and the level of additional support offered will be taken into consideration in the allocation of the award.

 

Eligible subject areas The Society for French Studies exists to promote teaching and research in French Studies, understood in its broadest senses, in higher education. Activities supported by this scheme should be aligned with this objective, but may also support initiatives that explore the limits of French Studies in interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary collaboration.

 

Eligibility of applicants Applications must be completed by an academic member of staff in the UK or Irish host institution. The UK or Irish host applicant is also expected to organise, direct and take academic and organisational responsibility of the fellowship. Host applicants must be members of or associated Higher Education departments of French (or departments which teach French) in the UK and Ireland. Main applicants must also be members of the Society for French Studies. No more than one application may be submitted by any institution in one academic year (this applies to collegiate and non-collegiate universities alike, and includes joint applications from two or institutions).

 

Level of Grant The Society will offer a grant of up to £2,000 to support travel, accommodation, subsistence and other expenses; up to an additional £500 is also available to cover the costs of visiting other institutions in the UK or Ireland. Personal expenditure on items such as visa costs, car hire and health insurance are not eligible, and it is expected that host institutions will offer support for these. Application for this award will be competitive, and it cannot be made retrospectively.

Application Procedure In order to apply, please send a letter or email giving the following details:

(i) name, position and institutional affiliation of the host applicant; (ii) name, institutional affiliation and outline of career and principal publications/ achievements of the proposed Visiting Fellow (iii) intended dates of the Fellowship; (iv) intended collaborators during the Fellowship; (v) the subject area within French Studies to which the fellowship activity relates; (vi) planned activities, including visits to and lectures/seminars at other institutions; (vii) any other anticipated outputs or outcomes; (viii) a draft budget, clearly detailing the amount requested, and the purpose to which it will be put; (ix) details, where relevant, of other applications for, or commitments to, funding relating to the research in question; (x) an undertaking to abide by the conditions of the award, if successful; (xi) confirmation that the principal applicant is a member of the Society for French Studies.

 

Applications should be addressed to:

Professor Ed Welch Carnegie Chair of French School of Language & Literature King's College University of Aberdeen Aberdeen AB24 3UB edward.welch@abdn.ac.uk

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University College Dublin (Ireland) Assistant Professor

Submitted by ccarlin on 1 February 2016 - 6:43pm

Lecturer (below the bar) in French - In Medieval and/or Early Modern Studies (Assistant Professor)

Permanent Post

Applications are invited for one permanent appointment as Lecturer (below the bar) in French – In Medieval and/or Early Modern Studies, UCD School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics.  Applicants must have a PhD in French, an active research track record and a commitment to developing new research programmes within the School and the College of Arts and Humanities.

Successful applicants will contribute significantly to research in one of the School’s thematic areas:

  • Medieval Literature and Language
  • Renaissance/Early Modern Literature

and also contribute to the school’s graduate and undergraduate programmes.

 

UCD is a dynamic research-intensive university that is at the forefront of research and teaching activities across a wide range of disciplines.

The School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics is a research active unit with research interests in the fields of literature, civilisation, history, politics and society of its target cultures represented by the languages taught in the School. Interdisciplinary and multinational research and teaching activities are welcome both on the undergraduate level and the School’s varied MA programmes. Modern Languages at UCD is ranked among the top 100 in the QS subject rankings.

Note: It is envisaged the appointed Lecturer will commence in post on 1 September 2016.

 

Lecturer (below the bar) Scale: €31,820 – €56,602 p.a.

Appointment will be made on scale and in accordance with the Department of Finance guidelines.

 

Prior to application, further information (including application procedure) should be obtained from the UCD Job Vacancies website: http://www.ucd.ie/hr/jobvacancies

Closing date:  17:00hrs (GMT) on Tuesday 16th February 2016

 

Applications must be submitted by the closing date and time specified.   Any applications which are still in progress at the closing time of 17:00hrs on the specified closing date will be cancelled automatically by the system. UCD do not accept late applications.

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Career Development Fellowship in Early Modern French, St. Hilda's College

Submitted by farisallison3 on 5 November 2015 - 8:44am

FOUR-YEAR CAREER DEVELOPMENT FELLOWSHIP IN FRENCH

ST HILDA’S COLLEGE, OXFORD

 

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St Hilda’s College, University of Oxford, invites applications for a Career Development Fellowship in French for four years from 1 October 2016. Applicants will have completed a doctorate but be at an early stage of their career.  The post-holder will be expected to engage in research, to offer a total of 6 hours per week tutorial teaching for St Hilda’s, and to be fully involved with admissions and the management of the subject in the College. There is no possibility of renewal beyond 30 September 2020.

 

The appointee will be paid on a scale from £30,434 (point 1) to £33,242 (point 4) per annum (University Grade 7, current rates).  The successful candidate will also be able to claim an Academic Allowance of £1,300 per annum and an entertainment allowance of £235 per annum. The Fellow will be a member of the Senior Common Room, and will be entitled to all meals free of charge.

 

The closing date for applications is 5pm on Thursday 10 December 2015.  Further particulars, including details of how to apply, may be downloaded from the College website at http://www.st-hildas.ox.ac.uk/career-development-fellowship-french, or obtained from the Academic Registrar, St Hilda’s College, Oxford OX4 1DY (college.office@st-hildas.ox.ac.uk).

 

Dr Helen J. Swift
Associate Professor of Medieval French and Tutorial Fellow Co-convenor, MSt in Women's Studies St Hilda's College, Oxford, OX4 1DY

Tel: 01865 (2)76871 Web: www.mod-langs.ox.ac.uk/swift Twitter: @MedFrenchOx

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