TUESDAY 8 March 2011

Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Ussher Lecturer in Nineteenth Century History: Ireland, Britain and the Empire
Closing date: March 29, 2011
Visting Fellowships – Long Room Hub
Closing date : 5.00 p.m. (Irish time) on Friday 18 March 2011.

Queen’s University Belfast
CLOSING FRIDAY MARCH 18th - Postgraduate bursaries and scholarships in the School of History and Anthropology
University of York, England
Lectureship in History of Art : Modern and/or contemporary field (1900-the present) - Ref: UoY01174
Applications are invited for a Lectureship in History of Art. The Lectureship will be in the modern and/or contemporary field (1900-the present), and is geared to scholars whose primary field of research lies beyond the visual cultures of Western Europe and the United States. We are particularly interested in applicants whose research complements that of current members of the department, and who focus on cross-cultural artistic relations.
Informal inquiries about the post may be made to the Head of Department, Professor Mark Hallett, e-mail: Starting salary will be £35,788 per annum. The post is full time and available from 1 October 2011. Closing date: Sunday, 3 April 2011.
For further information and to apply on-line, please visit our website: Alternatively contact HR Services on 01904 324835 quoting reference number UoY01174.


MARCH 1, 2011

Lectureship In Medieval History: Queen Mary, University of London - School Of History (Reference number 11025/CA)
Queen Mary, University of London has developed an outstanding reputation nationally and internationally for the excellence of its research and teaching in Humanities and Social Sciences. The Humanities and Social Science Graduate School has over 600 students pursuing taught Masters and doctoral research degrees. The School of History wishes to appoint an early career Lecturer in Medieval History for a two-year period from 1 September 2011 or as soon as possible thereafter. The successful candidate will have previous teaching experience and will be required to teach existing courses in the medieval period. Applicants will be expected to contribute to the full range of the School's activities. Starting salary will be in the range £33,794 - £39,786 per annum inclusive of London Allowance. Benefits include 30 days annual leave, final salary pension scheme and interest-free season ticket loan.
Further details and an application form can be found at: The closing date for applications is 18th March 2011 at 4pm. 

UCD Postdoctoral Research Fellow Level 1 or 2 - School of History and Archives (UCD College of Arts and Celtic Studies)
Closing Date: 23.30 hrs 07 March 2011 Ref: 004382
Post Duration: 3 years Salary: €31,745 per annum non-scale
The Iberian Book Project (IB17) is a three-year research project based at the Centre for the History of the Media at University College Dublin. Funded by the Andrew Mellon Foundation under their Scholarly Communications and Information Technology Scheme, the project aims to undertake a global survey of books published in Spain and Portugal or in Spanish or Portuguese between 1601 and 1650.  IB17 will be made available as a free online resource.  This resource will also offer a portal for digital reproductions of Iberian works which are freely or commercially available. The successful candidate will be based primarily in Madrid for the first two years of the project, although will be expected to participate in field trips in Spain and elsewhere.  The final year will be spent in Dublin aiding the PI in editing the final resource.
For formal applications, please visit our website

Staff Tutor in Art History Open University - Faculty of Arts
Ref: 7024 Based in London £36,862 - £44,016, plus London Allowance of £3,654 Available from 1 June 2011
Staff Tutors are: key to the provision of high quality teaching for students, carrying responsibility for leading and managing a team of associate lecturers (tutors) in their region who teach across the Arts curriculum, and are involved in teams providing local support for students. You will be involved in the development of the curriculum, the creation of modules and in research, contributing to the research culture of their Department and the Faculty with research publications and plans which will contribute to the REF; widely involved in the work of the University. The role is demanding but also very rewarding. We look for strengths and capabilities to match the academic, managerial and administrative nature of the post as well as the capacity to set priorities and manage one's own work.
For detailed information and how to apply go to or call Donna Elstob on 01908 653370 (24 hour answerphone) or email  quoting the reference number. Closing date: noon on Thursday 24 March 2011. Interview date: Friday 15 April 2011.

Lectureship in Art History (Renaissance/Early Modern)
Open University - Faculty of Arts Ref: 6998 £36,862-£44,106
Full time permanent position available from 1 June 2011(or as soon as possible thereafter) Based in Milton Keynes
You will have excellent qualifications in Art History or a related subject, with a research specialism in the Renaissance/early modern area (fourteenth to seventeenth centuries). You will be expected to make a contribution to the forthcoming REF and your published research should therefore be of 'international' standard.
For detailed information and how to apply go to call Donna Elstob on 01908 653370 (24 hour answerphone) or email quoting the reference number.
Closing date: noon on Thursday 17 March 2011.  Interview date: Thursday 21 April 2011.

New York Public Library: Short-Term Research Fellowships
The New York Public Library is pleased to announce the availability of 20 fellowships to support visiting scholars conducting studies in the Library’s unique research and special collections between June 1, 2011, and June 30, 2012. The Fellowship stipend is $2,500. Scholars from outside the New York metropolitan area engaged in graduate-level, post-doctoral, or independent research are invited to apply. Applicants must be United States citizens or permanent residents with the legal right to work in the U.S. Applications must be received by April 1, 2011, in order to be considered.



INTERNSHIP: RIA Trainee Production Editor Intern


RESEARCH ASSISTANT: ‘Bacon’s Books: Francis Bacon’s library and its role in art’, joint project between TCD and Dublin City Gallery the Hugh Lane. See:

WORK PLACEMENT: Whyte's Auction House are accepting applications for a FAS run work placement programme.