Job opening: Lecturer in Japanese Studies

Location: Newcastle University – Faculty of Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences, School of Modern Languages
Job Type: Academic (non-clinical)
Hours of Work: Full time
Deadline: 10 May 2011

The School of Modern Languages wishes to appoint a Lecturer in Japanese Studies. The post is supported by the Japan Foundation. The successful candidate will have outstanding research potential, a clear research agenda, native or near-native competence in Japanese and English, and relevant teaching experience. The post is tenable from September 2011.

For further details about the post please see the following web page:,7754366534&key=20834908&c=482378233359&pagestamp=seuliswegsvvcbyqgc

In order to apply for the job, please access the following web page:,7754366534&key=20834908&c=482378233359&pagestamp=seuliswegsvvcbyqgc

Informal enquiries may be made to the Head of School, Dr. Elizabeth Andersen (tel: [00 44] + 191 222 7521; e-mail ), to the Head of the East Asian Studies section, Dr. Joanne Smith Finley (tel: [00 44] + 191 222 7485; e-mail: ), or to the Degree Programme Director for UG Japanese and Cultural Studies, Dr. Laura Moretti (tel: [00 44] + 191 222 7524; .


Dr. Laura Moretti
Lecturer in Japanese Studies
Degree Programme Director for UG Japanese and Cultural Studies
School of Modern Languages
Newcastle University
Old Library Building – Office 5.2
Newcastle Upon Tyne
Phone: 0191-222-7524

About Paula

Paula lives in the vortex of academic life. She studies medieval Japanese history.
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