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The Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, in association with Magdalen College and St Edmund Hall, is seeking to appoint a Departmental Lecturer in Spanish from 1 September 2021 until 31 August 2023.
The post will involve advanced teaching and independent academic research in the field of medieval Spanish literature.
The Departmental Lecturer in Spanish will contribute to the teaching of Spanish within the Sub-Faculty of Spanish by offering 16 hours of lectures or seminars over the course of the year. They will also be responsible during Full Term for providing 9 weighted hours (equivalent to approximately 7 contact hours) a week of undergraduate tuition in Spanish language and literature at Magdalen College and St Edmund Hall.
The successful candidate will be expected to give tutorials (small-group teaching, typically of 2-3 students), seminars, and language classes to first-, second-, and fourth-year undergraduates, and may be required to teach postgraduate seminars. The undergraduate literature teaching involves tutorials and seminars on the set texts for the first-year examinations; tutorials and seminars in medieval literature and, where possible, history of the Spanish language for second-years and finalists; and supervising extended essays. Undergraduate language teaching involves translation into English and some teaching of Spanish.
Applicants must possess: Exceptional fluency in Spanish and the ability to teach it at undergraduate levels within the Oxford course, a good undergraduate degree in Spanish, a Ph.D. or D.Phil. in the field of medieval Spanish literature which must have been submitted by the date of application for the post.