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Job Posting: Spanish or Latin American Studies at University of Reading

University of Reading Lecturer in Spanish or Latin American Studies The Department of Modern Languages and European Studies is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Spanish or Latin American Studies, whose role will be to undertake high-quality teaching and research in the areas of History or Cultural studies, teaching on the core Spanish-language degree programme, as well as to contribute to the administration and other activities of Spanish and Latin American Studies at Reading. The ability to contribute to the Department’s existing research strengths (notably colonial/ postcolonial studies; conflict studies; book and publishing history; history and culture of childhood) and/or to the teaching of the department-wide degree programme modules would be an advantage. You will have: completed PhD, expertise in, and a proven and substantial record of research publication in any area of Spanish or Latin American Studies (History or Cultural Studies), the ability to teach both Spanish language and areas of Spanish or Latin American post-1700 History or Cultural Studies at undergraduate and postgraduate levels; the ability to carry out administrative, the willingness to contribute fully to raising the profile of Spanish and Latin American Studies at the University of Reading and more widely. Informal Contact: Dr Julia Waters: j.waters@reading.ac.uk Closes 8th of May 2016.

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Scott Taylor is an associate professor in the history department at the University of Kentucky.

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