Jobs at Goldsmiths
Lecturer in Visual Cultures
What makes Goldsmiths unique?
Goldsmiths is a world-renowned university that has a reputation for rigorous and innovative academic work; creativity has long been our hallmark. Academic excellence and imaginative course content combine to make a place where creative minds can thrive.
About the Department
Visual Cultures is a vibrant and research-active department in the School of Culture and Society. We pride ourselves on an interdisciplinary and innovative approach to learning and teaching, specialising in contemporary art history and theory, curating, and research architecture. We ask how these fields engage with urgent social, cultural, and political issues in the world today.
About the Role
Reporting to the Head of Department, the role holder will be expected to participate in the Department’s teaching programme by contributing to module assessments, personal tutor support, and administrative support.
About the Candidate
PhD essential. Experience teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level and knowledge of visual culture preferred.
We have generous benefits – an agile working environment, 28 days’ annual leave plus 6 paid closure days (4 at Christmas and 2 at Easter) plus all Bank Holidays, great transport links, a defined benefit pension scheme, support for professional development and a broad range of wellbeing initiatives such as staff choir, running club and creative writing classes.
Goldsmiths, University of London is passionate about advancing equality and celebrating diversity.