The School of Modern Languages and Cultures at Warwick intends to appoint one outstanding Associate Professor / Reader and one outstanding Assistant Professor in Hispanic Studies. We welcome applications from candidates with an exceptional record of research and teaching in any area of Hispanic Studies, although preference may be given to candidates with a strong record of research and teaching in one or more of the following
- Literatures and cultures of the Hispanic world before 1800
- Latin American literatures and cultures of any period
- Film and visual cultures of the Hispanic world
- Translation and transcultural studies
For the Assistant-level position, you will have a proven record of achievement in research, with a developing international reputation. You will have clear potential for, or demonstrated excellence in, producing world-leading publications in an area relevant to the post. You will have undergraduate teaching experience; and experience of, or the potential to engage in, postgraduate teaching. You will be expected to develop high-quality bids for external research funding, and to demonstrate a commitment to achieving non-academic impact. You will participate as appropriate in the administration of the department or School.
For the Associate-level position, you will have a substantial record of achievement in research, with a demonstrable international reputation. You will have produced, and can demonstrate ongoing commitment to producing, world-leading publications in an area relevant to the post. You will have substantial undergraduate teaching experience, and experience of postgraduate teaching and supervision. You will have submitted high-quality bids for external research funding, and can demonstrate a commitment to achieving non-academic impact. You will have experience of leadership or initiative in curriculum development, and will undertake appropriate leading roles in the administration of the department or School.
Appointment may be made at Reader where there is strong evidence of outstanding contributions to internationally leading research, and proven ability to provide leadership in the subject.
We welcome applications from candidates whose research and teaching profile includes Lusophone Studies, where they can demonstrate a capacity to contribute to the department?s teaching in Hispanic Studies.
Informal enquiries: Dr Kirsty Hooper, Head of Hispanic Studies
email@example.com or Professor Alison Ribeiro de Menezes, Head of School