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Mark Jancovich <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 16 Mar 2005 17:56:21 +0000
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University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK
School of Film and Television Studies


The School of Film and Television Studies at the University of East Anglia
(UEA) invites applications for three Lectureships. UEA is one of the
strongest universities in the UK for Film and Television Studies, with a top
Research Assessment rating of 5**, and thriving BA, MA and PhD programmes.

We are seeking candidates with significant records of research and
publication, and a strong commitment to innovative teaching. For two of the
posts, we are seeking candidates with particular specialisms, as identified
below, while the field for the third post is more open. All three
lectureships will contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and
supervision, and to the administration of the School.

    For post 1, we are seeking a television specialist (ideally a
specialist on British television).
    For post 2, we are seeking someone with research and teaching
interests in the field of international cinema (world cinemas, national
cinemas, post-colonial cinemas, etc).
    For post 3, we are seeking someone with research and teaching
interests in one or more of the following areas: British cinema, American
cinema, British television, American television.

It would be advantageous if at least one of the postholders also had
teaching expertise in cultural theory and/or feminist media studies.

For more details about the School, go to

All three posts are available from 1 September 2005 or as soon as possible
thereafter on a full-time, indefinite basis. Salary will be on the Lecturer
B salary scale, in the range 27,989 to 35,883 per annum (01/08/2005 pay
award pending) plus USS benefits.

Further particulars and an application form can be obtained from the
Personnel Office at the University of East Anglia. From Monday 21 March, all
the details will be available on the Personnel website, at Alternatively, contact the Personnel
Office by e-mail, at [log in to unmask], by answerphone, on 01603 593493,
or by post, to Personnel Office, University of East Anglia, Norwich, NR4
7TJ. Completed applications should be returned no later than 27 April 2005.
It is anticipated that presentations and interviews will take place on
23/24/25 May 2005. Please quote reference AC582.

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