Ono Seiko and Aaron Gerow
Thu Nov 9 08:38:29 EST 2000
KING'S COLLEGE LONDON. School of Humanities.
Two Lectureships in Film Studies.
Applications are invited for two permanent lectureships at King's College
London. The posts are available from 1 September 2001, or as soon as
possible thereafter. Candidates must have a PhD, a strong research record
and high-quality publications in print and in progress.
Post 1. Applicants will have research and teaching interests in
international film history. S/he will be responsible for designing a new
sequence of courses surveying film history from primitive cinema to mature
silent cinema, sound and classical cinema, as well as the post-war and
contemporary periods while giving equal attention to Hollywood, European,
and non-European national cinemas. Other areas of specialisation in film
history are also welcome. Please quote A2/AAQ/71/00.
Post 2. Applicants will have research and teaching interests in any area
of Film Studies. We are especially interested in candidates who can
develop new courses on the historical and theoretical interrelationship
between film, television, and electronic media. Possible areas of
expertise could include: media theory; feminist film theory and criticism;
national, transnational, and postcolonial cinemas; and theories concerning
the representation of ethnicity, gender or sexuality in cinema. Other
areas of specialisation in film theory or history are also welcome. Ref
Appointments will be on either the Lecturer A scale, currently ?19,889 to
?25,390 per annum, or the Lecturer B scale, currently ?26,361 to ?
per annum (both scales include London Allowance) according to
qualifications and experience.
Further particulars and application forms may be obtained from Ebony
Kenton, Personnel Department, King's College London, Strand, London WC2R
2LS, email ebony.kenton at kcl.ac.uk, fax: +44 (0)20 7848 1352; The closing
date for applications is 1 December 2000. It is hoped to hold interviews
for the first post the week of 15 January 2001 and the second the week of
22 January 2001.
Equality of opportunity is college policy
Professor David Rodowick
King's College London
London WC2R 2LS
Messages: +44 20 7848 2315
Fax: +44 20 7848 2720
Mobile: +44 07949 443 680
Email: drodowi at attglobal.net
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