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The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 20.0212  Wednesday, 6 May 2009

From:       Gert Buelens <
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Date:       Tuesday, 5 May 2009 17:20:02 +0200
Subject:    Job Posting

The Faculty of Arts of Ghent University announces a possible 
tenure-track professorship in the field of English literature of the 
sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, with a starting date of 
1 February 2010. Candidates for such a position should have earned the 
PhD degree no earlier than 1 February 2003. They should have a strong 
research record, with an emphasis on peer-reviewed articles in 
international journals and in books with international publishers that 
likewise use peer review.

These professorships involve an appointment for an initial period of 
five years, in the rank of lecturer. Upon successful review of the 
dossier at the end of this period, tenure is offered, in the rank of 
senior lecturer. Promotion to full professor is possible after a further 
eight years, on a competitive basis. The positions carry a limited 
teaching load.

Candidates who meet the criteria and who would consider moving to Ghent 
are asked to contact the coordinator of the English literature section, 
Professor Gert Buelens, by e-mail (
 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
 ) as soon as 
possible. We would be grateful if you could alert anyone who might be 
interested.

The Faculty of Arts of Ghent University announces a possible 
tenure-track professorship in the field of English literature of the 
sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries, with a starting date 
of 1 February 2010. Candidates for such a position should have earned 
the PhD degree no earlier than 1 February 2003. They should have a 
strong research record, with an emphasis on peer-reviewed articles in 
international journals and in books with international publishers that 
likewise use peer review.

These professorships involve an appointment for an initial period of 
five years, in the rank of lecturer. Upon successful review of the 
dossier at the end of this period, tenure is offered, in the rank of 
senior lecturer. Promotion to full professor is possible after a further 
eight years, on a competitive basis. The positions carry a limited 
teaching load.

Candidates who meet the criteria and who would consider moving to Ghent 
are asked to contact the coordinator of the English literature section, 
Professor Gert Buelens, by e-mail (
 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
 ) as soon as 
possible. We would be grateful if you could alert anyone who might be 
interested.

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