University of Bristol: Teaching Fellow in Theatre and Performance – Call For Applications

University of Bristol – Department of Drama: Theatre, Film, Television
Teaching Fellow in Theatre and Performance

Location: Bristol
Salary: £31,565 to £35,609
Hours: Full Time

The University of Bristol’s Department of Theatre and Performance seeks a full-time Teaching Fellow for a fixed term of 34 months from 1st September 2016. The postholder will be expected to contribute to and develop the department’s provision of the teaching of Theatre and Performance at undergraduate level.

Noted for the significance and reach of research undertaken by staff, the Department of Theatre and Performance is a leading department in its discipline. It achieved excellent ratings in RAE 2008 and REF 2014. The successful applicant will join staff that work in a broad range of areas across the history and practice of theatre and performance.

The postholder would be expected to teach a range of topics including the history of theatre and performance; introductions to theatre analysis and to key theories of theatre and performance; theatre, performance and politics; staging and interpreting text; supervision of independent dissertation, practice and placement projects. The postholder will also contribute to the administrative functioning of the department as appropriate, including marking essays, advising students, completing student record forms and undertaking other teaching-related tasks as necessary.

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Applications close: 31 July, 2016