UCL Institute of the Americas


We're hiring! Associate Lecturer (Teaching) Caribbean History vacancy

29 April 2021

The Institute of the Americas is looking to recruit an Associate Lecturer (Teaching) Caribbean History. The post has been created to cover the AHRC-funded research leave of our Caribbean historian, Dr Kate Quinn.

Associate Lecturer (Teaching) Caribbean History

The postholder will lead our MA programme in Caribbean and Latin American Studies, including convening two postgraduate taught Masters modules that form the basis for the programme, and are optional modules for the new MA in Race, Ethnicity, and Postcolonial Studies hosted by the Sarah Parker Remond Centre for the Study of Racism and Racialisation at UCL; AMER0011 Politics, Society and Development in the Modern Caribbean and AMER0013 The Caribbean from the Haitian Revolution to the Cuban Revolution.

The postholder will convene a 15-credit undergraduate optional module (c. 20 students), and also contribute lectures to the first-year undergraduate module Encountering the Americas (30 credits, c. 35 students), and the Master’s core module Researching the Americas (c. 25 students, 15 credits). The appointee may also contribute to the third-year undergraduate core module Contemporary Issues in the Americas (30 credits, c.25 students) and to the teaching of the second-year undergraduate Research Methods module (c. 25 students, 30 credits).

Closing Date: 23 May 2021

Latest time for the submission of applications: 23:59 BST

Interview date: 14 June 2021

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