Lectureship in Egyptology and Classics/Ancient History @ Liverpool

The Department of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology at the University of Liverpool is seeking to appoint an individual to a permanent post in Egyptology and Classics / Ancient History, which are two of the four subject areas for teaching within the Department (the other two are Archaeology and Evolutionary Anthropology).

In research, you are likely to be a specialist in aspects of the history and culture of Egypt from c. 664 BC to c. AD 600. The successful candidate will be an active researcher, will have a demonstrable track record in publishing in their field, plans for significant future research, and the ability and ambition to make applications for substantial research grant funding (which could be interdisciplinary).

The individual appointed will be expected to contribute equally to teaching within both subject areas. You will be expected to participate in a range of history / culture and language teaching (Demotic Egyptian and Ancient Greek are required) at all levels, including undergraduate and MA dissertations, as well as PhD supervision.

The closing date is 7 February. An advertisement will be released on jobs.ac.uk in the next couple of days, but in the meantime the easiest way for anyone interested to see the full details is to search for reference number 038689 at:


Any questions, please do contact me.

All best wishes,

Bruce Gibson

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