Lecturer in 20th Century Central European History, University of Cambridge

The Faculty of History at Cambridge wishes to appoint a University Lecturer in 20th Century Central European History. This is a joint post offered in association with Wolfson College, made possible by the Trinity Joint Lectureship Scheme. The person appointed will be elected to an Official Fellowship at Wolfson College. The successful candidate will be an outstanding scholar and teacher of German or other Central or Eastern European history (excluding Russia), with preference to candidates whose research displays a strong transnational and/or comparative focus. Contribution to teaching programmes will be at all levels, from undergraduate teaching and examining to doctoral supervision. Candidates should be able to demonstrate outstanding research in their field and will be expected to contribute to the Faculty of History’s thriving research culture. The Faculty welcomes applications from both early-career scholars and those who have established careers.

Applications due 23 April 2019.

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