Lecturers in Medieval Studies and Digital Humanities – University of Leeds

We are seeking to appoint a Lecturer (Grade 7 and Grade 8) in Medieval Studies and Digital Humanities. The post-holder will work across the four Schools that currently constitute the Institute for Medieval Studies (History, English, Languages Cultures and Societies (LCS) and Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies (FAHACS) to support the development of a shared approach to digital humanities and online pedagogies. They will help shape the contribution of Medieval Studies at Leeds to developing inclusive, interdisciplinary pedagogies and enhancing diversity within our curricula. The potential to collaborate with the Special Collections department of the Brotherton Library, or to build fruitful relationship with colleagues teaching the creative industries, performing arts or media studies would be an advantage.

A postgraduate degree in Medieval Studies, with expertise in Digital Humanities approaches or equivalent work experience in a relevant field/disciplinary area is essential for this role – a A PhD or equivalent in a relevant discipline is desirable. Likewise, experience of teaching and evidence of contributing to teaching and learning policy and practice within a school/department, and in a Higher Education or related environment is essential.

The deadline for applications is 10 January 2022. For more information, please visit the listings for the Grade 7 position and the Grade 8 position.