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The University of Birmingham wishes to appoint a permanent Lecturer in Drama and Theatre Practice with effect from 1st Septemberr as soon as possible thereafter. We seek someone who will make an outstanding contribution to the research profile of the Department and will be able to teach across a wide range of modules, particularly those which focus on practice-led teaching. We would expect the successful candidate to have research interests that complement and enhance the University's collaboration with the Royal Shakespeare Company at The Other Place, especially in terms of theatre and performance innovation. As a Lecturer, the post holder will create and disseminate knowledge by initiating and conducting original research, publishing and disseminating in their area of research expertise, and developing and delivering undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. The Department of Drama and Theatre Arts Consistently rated as one of the best of the established British university drama departments, the Department of Drama and Theatre Arts at Birmingham enjoys a highly respected national and international reputation for excellence in teaching and research. The Department is ranked first in the UK for Drama in the Complete University Guide 2017 and Guardian University GuideDrama and Theatre Arts has a wide-ranging research and teaching culture which combines historical and political perspectives with theoretical and practical expertise. In terms of research, Drama and Theatre Arts focuses primarily on modern and contemporary British and European theatre and performance, with an emphasis on the relationship between theory and practice, historiography, research-led creative practice and impact. The School of English, Drama and American & Canadian Studies (EDACS) This is a vibrant and thriving school, situated within the College of Arts and Law. It hosts a community of academics and students researching and learning in all areas of English and American literature, Language and Linguistics, Film Studies, Creative Writing, Drama and Theatre Arts and American and Canadian Studies. It has particular strengths in the study of Shakespeare both on campus and at our Shakespeare Institute in Stratford upon Avon. Our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes offer students the opportunity to combine academic scholarship with creative practice through performance, film and creative writing. EDACS aims to promote inter-disciplinarily and intellectual collaboration both in teaching and research. Equal Opportunities The University of Birmingham is an equal opportunities employer. The School of English, Drama and American & Canadian Studies recognises that strength and success comes from diversity and strives to maintain a flexible and supportive environment that enables all staff and students to flourish. For further information please contact Dr Rose Whyman, The University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT. Telephone:Email: . To download the details and submit an electronic application online please click on the Apply Online button below; please quote Job Reference in all enquiries. Alternatively information can be obtained fromr visit Valuing excellence; sustaining investment