We are seeking to appoint a Fixed Term 0.5 FTE Teaching Intensive Lecturer in Archaeology, to undertake teaching in the field of Roman Archaeology, and associated academic administrative duties. This post is intended to run from 1st of September 2022 until 30th June 2024.
The Department of Archaeology is part of the School of Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science (SAGES). The Department have an established reputation for delivering a diverse range of student-centred degree programmes at the cutting edge of disciplinary knowledge. The department came first in the 2022 REF, and consistently achieves excellent NSS results for teaching. Further information on the Department may be found at our web-site: http://www.reading.ac.uk/archaeology.
Indicative teaching commitments are to teach in the following areas (or an equivalent level module in negotiation with the HoD):
Convene & deliver majority of modules:
- AR2R8 (20cr) and CL2RME (10cr) Rome’s Mediterranean Empire: a world of cities (with contribution by a colleague from Classics) Spring Term
- AR3R9 (20cr) Archaeology of the City of Rome (with contribution by a colleague from Classics) Autumn Term
- ARMVME (20cr) From Village to Metropolis: Understanding Ancient Rome Autumn Term
Contribution to team-taught modules, with seminars co-delivered by PhD students
- AR1REV Revolutions in human behaviour (2 lectures urbanism, coin seminar) Autumn Term
- AR1EMP Ancient Empires: Middle East, Egypt & Rome (4 lectures: Peoples of Empire, Religion, Roman countryside and rural economies, Roman urbanism ; Ivory Bangle Lady seminars; Samian ware practicals) Spring Term
- AR2FAO Ancient objects: materials and meanings (4 coin sessions) Autumn Term
- AR1MET ceramics and metalwork seminars. Autumn Term
Supervise dissertation projects at Undergraduate and Masters level (throughout academic year) and mark of dissertations (mainly Summer Term).
For more information please contact the Head of Department (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Interviews will be held on 10 August 2022
Informal contact details
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