Faculty of History, Department of History of Art, Littlegate House, St Ebbe’s St, Oxford
The Department of History of Art is seeking a highly motivated and inspirational person to join a thriving academic community of art historians and bring exciting perspectives to the teaching and study of the History of Art at Oxford. This is a joint appointment: the person appointed to the Associate Professorship will also be appointed to a Tutorial Fellowship at St Peter’s College and will be a member and trustee of its Governing Body. In time, the post holder may be appointed to a lectureship at a further college by agreement between the Faculty, St Peter’s College and that college (more details in ‘Duties’, below).
They seek applicants whose scholarship focuses on the seventeenth and/or eighteenth centuries. We are particularly interested in candidates with a global outlook who can bring innovation to the way art history is conceived and practiced. A goal of the search is to increase the diversity of the teaching in our Department, and we therefore welcome applicants who can offer frames of reference that are historically under-represented in the discipline of art history. We particularly encourage applications from women and people of colour. The successful applicant will join an academic community that places the highest value on rigorous inquiry and encourages a range of perspectives, experiences, and ideas to inform and stimulate intellectual challenge, engagement, and exchange.
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Applications are invited for a 0.7 FTE (24.5 hours per week) Teaching Fellow in History of Art (19th century Europe), to start on 1 August 2020, fixed term for 1 year.
There is a preference for specialism in Spanish art or orientalism, but specialists in any area of nineteenth-century European or Latin American art are invited to apply. We welcome versatile applicants who have secondary interests in areas of high student need, for example curation, museum studies or the theory and historiography of art history.
Deadline: 15 July 2020
For more details and how to apply please search for Vacancy Reference 052491 on this site: https://www.vacancies.ed.ac.uk
Registrar, Auckland Castle, County Durham, UK
We are looking to appoint a Registrar. The postholder will be an experienced individual who can work with registrars across national and international partner institutions, ensuring compliance with all incoming loan requirements. The postholder will also ensure the highest standards of record keeping and collections management. Working with a collaborative Curatorial team, you will be proactive in ensuring that potential loans are secured for the permanent and temporary exhibitions programmes.
Job details: 2015-08-Auckland Registrar
Spanish Curator: To realise the development and delivery of the gallery spaces housing our new Spanish and Latin American Arts and Cultures display.
Recruiter: Auckland Castle Trust
Location: Bishop Auckland, County Durham, UK
Job type: Permanent
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The Bowes Museum is seeking an Assistant Curator of Fine Art to join its curatorial team. The postholder will curate an internationally renowned collection of European art spanning five centuries and will have an interest in, and preferably a good knowledge of, Spanish art.
The Bowes Museum and Auckland Castle are partners, and have between them a significant interest in promoting an understanding and enjoyment of Spanish Art in the North East. The successful candidate will thus work for part of their time at two sites, The Bowes Museum and Auckland Castle.
Position: Fixed term post for three years initially, subject to further funding
Salary: £21,500 per annum
Application: Application pack and CV.
Closing date: 12pm, 15 July 2015
Interviews: Week commencing 27 July 2015
Further information and link to an application pack: Click here