From: Nick Hopwood <[log in to unmask]>
TWO TEMPORARY LECTURESHIPS in the
DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE
UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE
**HISTORY of MODERN MEDICINE and BIOLOGY**
The Department intends to appoint a Temporary Lecturer in History of Modern
Medicine and Biology for two years from 1 September 2001, while Dr Nick
Hopwood is on research leave. The Wellcome Trust-funded appointment will be
on the scale £17,755 to £23,256 p.a.
**PHILOSOPHY of SCIENCE**
The Department intends to appoint a Temporary Lecturer in Philosophy of
Science, broadly construed, for ten months from 1 October 2001, while Dr
Martin Kusch is on research leave. The successful candidate will not be
restricted to any particular area of specialisation, but those with
interests in social, political and/or psychological aspects of science are
especially encouraged to apply. The appointment will be on the scale
£17,755 to £23,256 or £21, 435 to £33,058 p.a., depending on age and
Applications for either position, including a CV, a list of publications,
details of teaching experience and two samples of recent work, should be
sent to the Secretary of the Appointments Committee, Department of History
and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge, Free School Lane,
Cambridge CB2 3RH (Tel: + 44 1223 334540; Fax: + 44 223 334554; Email:
[log in to unmask]), from whom further details may be obtained. Applicants
are themselves requested to ask for three referees to send references to
the Secretary by the closing date of 16 March 2001.
The University follows an equal opportunities policy.
Apologies for cross-posting. Please circulate to colleagues.