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Tenure-track Assitant Professor of English in African American literature (Armstrong State University)
Nature of Work
Tenure-track Assitant Professor of English in African American literature to begin August 2015.
Armstrong State University seeks a skilled teacher and promising scholar to teach courses in African American literature, American literature, and African Diasporic literatures, as well as composition and introductory literature.
The position also includes active involvement in the African American Studies Program.
The Department of English at the University of Houston invites applications for an Assistant Professor position in American literature after 1900. The ideal candidate will have a strong record of research, scholarship, and teaching excellence. Applicants are invited to identify additional areas of research and teaching expertise. The Department of English is a large, dynamic department offering the M.A. and Ph. D. in English and American Literature; the M.F.A. and Ph.D. in Literature and Creative Writing, a doctoral concentration in Rhetoric, Composition, and Pedagogy; and graduate certificates in Empire Studies and in Translation Studies. In addition to the Departments strengths, the University of Houstons College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences offers programs in African American Studies, Mexican American Studies, and American Cultures, and it houses the Center for the Americas.
VISITING SCHOLAR IN LITERATURE—SUMMER 2015
DOEL REED CENTER FOR THE ARTS
TAOS, NEW MEXICO
The Doel Reed Center for the Arts in Taos, NM invites applications for the 2015 Jim and Linda Burke Visiting Scholar or Writer in modern or contemporary literature and/or the arts of New Mexico or the Southwest for one week during late May through early June 2015. The visiting writer or scholar will interact with students enrolled in Oklahoma State University’s summer class in Taos: Readings in the American Experience: The Nuclear Bomb and the Land of Enchantment (May 26-June 6). The scholar or writer also will be expected to deliver a public talk or give a public reading while in Taos and may be invited to do the same at Oklahoma State University. The honorarium is $5,000. Named after the internationally acclaimed graphic artist, the Doel Reed Center offers programs characterized by multidisciplinary approaches to teaching, research, and outreach focusing on the Southwest. The Center provides a unique opportunity for students and lifelong learners to explore diverse topics while immersed in the unique cultural and historical milieu and the spectacular landscape of the Taos area, a region that has long been a mecca for the literary and visual arts. Applicants should send via email a letter of application and a curriculum vitae to Edward P. Walkiewicz, Director, Doel Reed Center for the Arts at: email@example.com. The deadline is Friday, January 16, 2015. For additional information, please consult the Academics section of our website: http://drca.okstate.edu/academics
Springfield College invites applications for a tenure-track position as Assistant Professor of American Literature in the Department of Humanities. The College is seeking candidates with experience teaching pre-Civil War American literature with additional expertise in diverse literatures and film studies. A strong commitment to equity, diversity and student success is required. Responsibilities include teaching four courses per semester including first-year writing. (more…)
Assistant Professor of English
The Department of English in the School of the Humanities at Messiah College invites applications for an Assistant Professor of English to begin August 2015.
Position Summary: The Messiah College English Department invites applications for a full-time, term-tenure track Assistant Professor of English with a specialization in American literature. Ability to teach diverse literatures of the United States and Pre-1900 literature required. Qualified candidates with ability to teach modern American literature and/or critical theory are especially welcome. Capability in digital humanities and/or administration highly desirable.
The Department of African American Studies at Syracuse University invites applications for a tenure-track, Assistant Professor of African American literature, to begin Fall 2015. We seek an exceptional candidate: an innovative literary scholar with a well-defined research agenda and demonstrated excellence in interdisciplinary teaching. The Ph.D. (or the equivalent) degree must be in hand by June 2015.