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National Gallery advertises three-year post on art and religion

The National Gallery in London is currently advertising a vacancy entitled the ‘Howard and Roberta Ahmanson Fellow and Curator in Art and Religion’

Details: You will hold a relevant doctorate or be about to complete a doctorate. You will contribute to the teaching of the MA in Christianity and the Arts, a collaboration between the Gallery and Kings College London, and promote debate and research in this area. You will undertake a research project in this field based on the Gallery’s collection which can be presented to the public in the Gallery and/or online.

Department: Curatorial
Salary: £28,492 – £35,700
Type: Fixed Term Full-Time
Contract: 3 years
Location: London
Closing date: 22 May 2014
Interview date: 5 June 2014

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