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KING'S COLLEGE LONDON - - - London, U.K.

The Department of Classics at KCL invites applications for the followingtwo authorised posts:

Permanent Lectureship in Classics, and Five-Year Lectureship in Classics,both to be taken up between 1st and 27th September 1999, if possible, or atthe latest on 1st January 2000. Applicants will be expected to have a Ph.D. in the field of classical literature or language studies (or be closeto submission of their thesis), command of both ancient Greek and Latin,and some experience of teaching undergraduates. They will be required to offer a range of teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level, and to be active in research. One of the appointees will be a specialist inancient drama, preferably Greek drama; the other may have special expertise in any field of Greek and Latin literature and language studies,and should be capable of taking on oversight of the Department's language teaching. The permanent appointment will be made on the Lecturer A/Bscale, currently £18,789 to £31,182 per annum, and the five-year appointment is expected to be made on the Lecturer A scale, currently £18,789 to £23,949 per annum. Further particulars are available at http://www.kcl.ac.uk/classics, or from Mary Collins, School of Humanities -Recruitment, King's College London, Strand, London WC2R 2LS, U.K.(mary.l.collins@kcl.ac.uk; fax: 0171-848-2415).

Application forms shouldbe obtained from Mary Collins; applications, with the names of tworeferees, must reach her by Friday 14th May 1999. Equality of opportunityis KCL policy.

KING'S COLLEGE LONDON - - - London, U.K.

The Department of Classics at KCL invites applications for the following two authorised posts: Permanent Lectureship in Ancient History, andFive-Year Lectureship in Ancient History, both to be taken up between 1stand 27th September 1999, if possible, or at the latest on 1st January 2000.Applicants will be expected to have a Ph.D. in the field of ancient history (or be close to submission of their thesis), competence in both ancient Greek and Latin, and some experience of teaching undergraduates. They willbe required to offer a range of teaching at undergraduate and postgraduatelevel, and to be active in research. Ideally one of the appointees will have a special interest in the history and material culture of the westernprovinces of the Roman Empire, and could contribute to archaeology courses,while the other will have an interest in the literary and cultural aspects of ancient history. The permanent appointment will be made on the LecturerA/B scale, currently £18,789 to £31,182 per annum, and the five-yearappointment is expected to be made on the Lecturer A scale, currently£18,789 to £23,949 per annum. Further particulars are available at http://www.kcl.ac.uk/classics, or from Mary Collins, School of Humanities -Recruitment, King's College London, Strand, London WC2R 2LS, U.K.( mary.l.collins@kcl.ac.uk; fax: 0171-848-2415). Application forms shouldbe obtained from Mary Collins; applications, with the names of tworeferees, must reach her by Friday 14th May 1999. Equality of opportunity is KCL policy.

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