Associate Lecturer / Lecturer and Curator of the Classics Museum – ANU

The School of Literature, Languages and Linguistics (SLLL) is seeking to appoint a part time (0.5FTE/17.5 hours per week) Associate Lecturer/Lecturer and Curator of the Classics Museum in the Centre for Classical Studies, who will be known as the Friends’ Associate Lecturer/Lecturer.

In a unique role, the successful candidate will manage the collection of the ANU Classics Museum and co-ordinate its outreach and engagement program, including museum tours, the schools education program, and public events. They will deliver classes on Greek and Roman art and archaeology and related topics within the Classical Studies undergraduate program in ways that foreground the Museum’s collection. They will conduct relevant academic research and have relevant academic qualifications in Classical Studies or related fields, particularly with expertise in the art, archaeology, and history of the Greek and Roman world. Experience with museums, collection management and/or public engagement essential.

Candidates will ideally have a PhD or be in progress towards completion of PhD in Classical Studies or a related field such as Art History or Archaeology, with a track record of scholarly research and/or expertise, especially in Greek and Roman art and archaeology.

High quality and innovative teaching in Classical Studies, including object-based teaching, is highly regarded.

The deadline for applications is 4 May 2022. Please apply through the website.