Fixed Term Lectureships in Economic History at LSEPublicado: 11.06.2012
Economic History Department
Lectureships in Economic History (3-year fixed term)
Salary: £40,634 to £47,047 per annum inclusive with potential to progress
£52,901 per annum inclusive
The Department of Economic History hopes to appoint two Lecturers in Economic
History from 1st September 2012. Following in a long, distinguished tradition
research and teaching, the Department of Economic History uses concepts and
theories from the social sciences as a starting point for studying the
real economies and understanding them in their social, political and cultural
contexts. Teaching and research in the Department has a global emphasis, and
expertise of current faculty is diverse in subject matter, theoretical
We welcome applications from all fields of economic history in its broadest
but at least one of the lecturers will be expected to teach quantitative
economic history at both elementary and more advanced levels.
You will teach, publish research, supervise students and act as Academic
students at all levels.
Please see the instructions of how to apply, job description and person
at www.lse.ac.uk/jobsatLSE and select “view the online recruitment
system”. If you
experience any issues please contact HR by e-mail to HR.Jobs .
Potential candidates are welcome to email the Head of Department, Janet
Hunter, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications must be received by 23:59 on the closing date of Thursday 5 July