Lecturer A in Musicology (Teaching & Research)

Goldsmiths University of London

United Kingdom

June 25, 2021


Lecturer A in Musicology (Teaching & Research)



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Part Time

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£39,306.20 - £43,783.32

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  • Job Description and Person Specification (PDF, 122.58kb)
  • The Department of Music seeks a dynamic individual with experience in delivering teaching, learning and assessment in HE to contribute to the delivery of our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. This role is open to anyone with a specialism in any area of musicology currently represented by Goldsmiths' undergraduate and postgraduate curricula.

    The Department of Music is one of the largest and most vibrant in the UK, with over 300 students across three undergraduate programmes (Music, Popular Music and Electronic Music, Computing and Technology), and over 100 students on Masters and PhD programmes. The Department is a leader in creative practice research, combining theoretical areas – musicology of various kinds, analysis and ethnomusicology – with composition, performance, and sonic arts. Supporting its studies and research are the Stanley Glasser Electronic Music Studio and the Goldsmiths Music Studios, well-equipped rehearsal rooms, and performance venues including the Deptford Town Hall Council Chamber and the Goldsmiths Great Hall.

    The successful candidate should have teaching experience in any area of musicology and will be able to demonstrate experience in areas linked to our existing curriculum. Areas of desirable expertise include contemporary musicology—including of art and experimental musics, jazz, electronic and popular musics, analysis of contemporary music (in any analytical tradition, including those that are not reliant on western notation), the sociology of music, and ethnomusicological approaches.

    Goldsmiths is passionate about advancing equality and celebrating diversity. We particularly welcome applications from women and Black and Global Majority applicants who are currently under represented in the Department of Music.