The Yale Center for British Art is seeking an Associate Director of Research to play a leading role in developing scholarly initiatives and programs.
Research is at the heart of the mission of the Yale Center for British Art and underpins its identity as a scholarly institute and museum at Yale. Renowned for interdisciplinary scholarship, research-led exhibitions, and field-shaping publications, the Center is a leader in the study of British art and culture. It is uniquely positioned at a world-class university to support and advance object-based scholarship and the training of future generations of scholars in the history of British art and associated fields. The post holder will play an instrumental role in fostering the Center’s research culture and building its reputation for scholarship.
Job Scope and Purpose
Reporting to the Deputy Director of Research, Exhibitions, and Publications, the Associate Director of Research is based in the Research Department, part of the larger Division that includes Exhibitions and Publications. This Division supports and provides oversight to the following areas: exhibitions and publications; research, education, and public programs; academic outreach and teaching initiatives; the Yale-in-London study abroad program; visiting scholars; postdoctoral, postgraduate, and student positions; the Reference Library and Archives; and the development of the website presentation of all the above areas.
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