Protest against ceasing of Palaeography Chair at King’s College

King’s College London is undertaking what they call ‘strategic
disinvestment’ and have recently informed Professor David Ganz that funding for his Chair in Palaeography will cease from 31 August this year, when he will be out of a job. This is part of a wider context whereby all academic staff in the School of Arts and Humanities at King’s have to re-apply for their own jobs before the 1st of March. They think this the “most humane way” of losing 22 academic posts.

This is the only established chair in Palaeography in the UK
(previously held by Julian Brown and Tilly de la Mare). The more
people who write in protest the better.

The people to write to are:

Professor Richard Trainor, MA DPhil FRHistS AcSS FKC
The Principal
King’s College
The Strand
London WC2R 2LS
United Kingdom
principal@kcl.ac.uk

copied to:
Professor Jan Palmowski
Head of the School of Arts and Humanities
King’s College
The Strand
London WC2R 2LS
United Kingdom
jan.palmowski@kcl.ac.uk


George FERZOCO
gpferzoco@gmail.com

See
http://archiv.twoday.net/stories/6162072


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