Posted on 13 May 2010
The Department of History of Art has maintained our top ten subject position in the Complete University Guide
Teaching Fellow in History of Art
The Department of History of Art is seeking to appoint a highly qualified candidate specialising in British art of the period 1800 to 1900 to a nine-month Teaching Fellowship in History of Art. Applicants who would be able to teach more broadly across European art of this and later periods are especially welcome.
Salary will be within the range: £35,646 - £43,840 per annum. Starting date 1 October 2010 or as soon as possible thereafter.
Three AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Awards in History of Art
The History of Art Department has been awarded the following fully-funded PhD studentships by the Arts and Humanities Research Council to commence in October 2010:
'Henry Moore: Sculpture and Media in Twentieth-Century Britain' : supervised by Dr Chris Stephens (Tate Britain) and Dr Michael White (University of York)
'The National Gallery of Naval Art at Greenwich' : supervised by Professor Mark Hallett (University of York) and Dr Richard Johns (National Maritime Museum)
'William Etty and the Royal Academy' : supervised by Professor Mark Hallett (University of York) and Ms Laura Turner (York Art Gallery)
The studentships have been awarded under the Collaborative Doctoral Award scheme and will involve significant experience of working in the partner institutions: the National Maritime Museum, Tate and York Art Gallery. We are looking to recruit highly promising students who will relish the unique opportunities these awards offer. Further details about the awards and how to apply can be found by following the above links. The closing date for applications is 4 June 2010