Lectureship meaning

lĕk'chər-shĭp'
An endowment or foundation supporting a series or course of lectures.
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The definition of a lectureship is a lecturing position at a university or the foundation that financially supports a lecture series.

An example of a lectureship is a university job teaching about Indian Art.

An example of a lectureship is an endowment to fund a lecture series on marine biology.

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The status or position of a lecturer.
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The position or rank of a lecturer.
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A series of lectures or the foundation supporting such a series.
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A position as a lecturer.
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A series of lectures, possibly by different lecturers, on a common theme.
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Something that provides for lectures to be presented.
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Origin of lectureship

  • Alteration of lecturership
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • lecture +"Ž -ship
    From Wiktionary