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Offre • Graduate Teaching Assistantship in French, Bangor University, 2011-2012

The School of Modern Languages at Bangor University (www.bangor.ac.uk/ml) would like to appoint a Graduate Teaching Assistant in French. The post would commence 1 September 2011 and would be tenable for three years with an option to extend for a further year.

• Salary of circa £13K per annum

• Assist with module teaching : hours to be agreed (maximum 16 hours per week, 10 of which will be in the classroom)

• Registration for PhD within the School in the area of modern French Studies (comparative topics also considered) ; fees waived throughout

• Option to participate in tHE scheme (Teaching in Higher Education certificate)

• Must be a native speaker of French

The successful candidate would become part of a vibrant, supportive and highly motivated team under the direction of Dr Helen Abbott. The School offers French at Single Honours, Joint Honours and Minor level and provides a broad programme of literary, historical and cultural modules.

The successful candidate will undertake a PhD in modern French culture and society since 1789. Research specialisms in the French section cover literature, film and music of the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. Possible research topics include aesthetics and poetics, words and music, immigration and integration, slavery and postcolonial studies, politics and colonial history, national identity and diversity. As well as providing supervision in French, the School offers expertise in a variety of areas and would also welcome applications from candidates who wish to pursue interdisciplinary or comparative research. For further information, please visit the School website : www.bangor.ac.uk/ml/

Closing date for applications : 1.00 p.m. Tuesday 10th May 2011.

Committed To Equal Opportunities

For full application details and further particulars, please consult the Bangor University vacancies page www.bangor.ac.uk/corporate/vacancies/ (ref. no. 11-10/194)

Responsable : Dr Helen Abbott, Head of French, School of Modern Langauges, Bangor University

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