The University of Manchester is offering 100 new Presidential Academic Fellowships, each representing an initial four-year Fellowship leading to a permanent academic contract (subject to satisfactory performance). These fellowships are open to those working in Jewish Studies, and cover a wide range of subject areas in the Humanities, including American studies, Digital humanities, Economic cultures, Environmental history, Interdisciplinary arts, Modern and contemporary literature, Medical humanitarianism, Non-western or global art history, World literatures in English, and World literature.
Salary: £39,992–£49,149 p.a., plus £3,500 per annum for research support costs.
Deadline for applications: Tue 3 April.
For information on Jewish Studies at Manchester: www.manchesterjewishstudies.org
For information on the scheme: https://www.brightest-minds.manchester.ac.uk/areas-of-opportunity/humanities/
For information on how to apply: https://www.jobs.manchester.ac.uk/brightestminds/vacancies.aspx