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Subject: celtic position at Glasgow
From: Inge Genee <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Fri, 28 Mar 2003 12:01:26 -0700
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I am not sure whether this has already been on our list, I apologize if
it has been.
-Inge genee

>Dear colleagues,
>
>Just thought I would send an e-mail notice round to as many departments
and
>contacts as I could think of, to make sure that people knew of the
>existence of this new post, which *should* have been advertised in the
>Irish Times and the Times Higher Education Supplement last week, though
I
>didn't see it in the THES. Details are certainly avaiable via
>  Below is a brief extarct from the further particulars, to
>give you a flavour of it.
>
>If you know of anyone who might be interested in applying, please pass
the
>information on, and tell them to look out for the advert. The deadline
for
>applications is  25 April 2003.
>
>What an extraordinary spring it has been for Celtic jobs!
>
>with best wishes to you all,
>
>Thomas Clancy
>
>
>****
>
>UNIVERSITY of GLASGOW
>
>DEPARTMENTS OF CELTIC and HISTORY
>LECTURER
>22,191 - 25,451 per annum
>
>The successful applicant will have a specialisation in medieval Irish
>history; comparative interests in Scotland and/or Wales would be highly

>advantageous.  A good knowledge of Old and Middle Irish (preferably to
>University teaching level) is essential; a similar knowledge of Middle
>Welsh would be an advantage.  S/He will possess a good first degree in
>Celtic, History or a related subject, and will have (or will be near to

>completing) a PhD on a relevant topic.
>
>Applications should be submitted to Mrs Chris Fildes, Department of
>History, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ not later than FRIDAY
25
>April 2003
>
>Dr Thomas Owen Clancy
>Lecturer in Celtic
>Editor, The Innes Review
>
>Department of Celtic
>University of Glasgow
>Glasgow G12 8QQ
>
>telephone: (0141) 330-6328
>Celtic office: (0141) 330-4222
>
>e-mail: [log in to unmask] gla.ac.uk

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