[KS] Post at the University of Sheffield

James Grayson j.h.grayson at sheffield.ac.uk
Thu Dec 18 12:07:36 EST 2014


This is an exciting opportunity for applicants with a proven publication
record and teaching ability to join a major centre for
the study of East Asia. We welcome applications from scholars who can teach
and conduct research in one or more East
Asian languages in addition to English, and in any discipline within the
broadly defined fields of Chinese, Japanese and Korean
Studies. We particularly welcome applicants with a
cross-country/region-wide interest and in the disciplines of Culture and

The successful candidate will have an established international reputation
in the broadly defined field of East Asian Studies
and have an outstanding publication record. You will have a PhD in a
relevant subject (or have an equivalent qualification/
experience). The ability  to provide research leadership, attract external
funding and research students to the School, and act
as a mentor to newly appointed colleagues in any area of the School is
essential. You will be expected to represent the
School in the wider University and to promote and represent the University
and the discipline nationally and internationally.

The post is the equivalent to an Associate Professorship at an American

Job Reference Number: UOS009840

Job Title: Senior Lecturer in East Asian Studies

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Department: School of East Asian Studies

Salary: Grade 9

£48,743 - £54,841 per annum, with potential to progress to £63,552

Closing Date: 23rd January 2015

For further information, see the University of Sheffield website at

Emeritus Professor James H. Grayson
School of East Asian Studies
The University of Sheffield
6/8 Shearwood Road
Sheffield S10 2TD

(tel) +44 114 222-8418
(fax) +44 114 222-8432
(email) j.h.grayson at sheffield.ac.uk
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