Teaching opportunities in Early Modern and Victorian literature

The Department of English currently has hourly-paid teaching opportunities in Early Modern and Victorian literature for 2022/23.

Early Modern Teaching
Semester One
Convene and teach a second-year module, 5AAEB066 Poetry of Revolution, including lectures and three 1-hour seminar groups (40 hours)
Semester Two
Convene and teach an MA option module, 7AAEM836 Contested Voices in Early Modern England (20 hours)

Victorian Teaching
Semester 1
Convene and teach a second-year module, 5AAEB024 Victorians and the Making of the Modern World, including lectures and two 1-hour seminar groups (30 hours)
Semester 2
Teach on a second-year module, 5AAEB041 Wilde Times: Aesthetics and Politics in the 1890s: two 1-hour seminar groups weekly
Convene and teach a first-year module, 4AAEA015 Ghosts, Vampires, Monsters and Werewolves: Writing the Uncanny in the Nineteenth Century: lectures and two 1-hour seminar groups (30 hours)
Convene and teach a third-year module, 6AAEC119 Raw Victorians: Race, Environment and Empire in Nineteenth-Century Literature: one 2-hour seminar weekly (20 hours)

Please see attached for more information and to apply:

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