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The University of St. Francis, a Catholic, Franciscan institution in Joliet, IL, invites applications for a Visiting Professor of English in American Literature (any period).
Co-editor of the journal, Nineteenth-Century Studies:
WANTED: Co-editor to join the editorial team of the Nineteenth Century Studies Association’s journal, Nineteenth Century Studies. Duties may include soliciting and corresponding with readers (from the NCSA and NCS boards as well as from the broader scholarly community) for vetting submissions to the journal; editing accepted submissions for substance and fact-checking as needed (not copyediting); and participating in other decisions about journal business with the editorial team. The position is unpaid and voluntary but will enable the right candidate to gain further editorial experience and expertise along with the pleasure of seeing exceptional scholarship into print. Applicants should be established scholars in their field of nineteenth-century studies; all disciplines considered,but interdisciplinary commitment necessary. Editorial experience preferred but not essential.
Please submit a letter of interest and vita to email@example.com by 1 May 2015.
All applications will be acknowledged.
As part of a sustained phase of investment by the College of Arts and Law at the University of Birmingham, we are seeking to appoint a Professor of Contemporary American Literature for the start of the 2015/16 academic year.
Job Description: AFRICANA STUDIES: African American Literature Instructor: Teach African American Literature
Minimum: Master’s degree in the discipline. Doctorate preferred. Must have a minimum of two (2) years college teaching experience or equivalent. Must also have had substantial experience with minority organizations, institutions or associations.
Additional Information: Accepting applications for FALL 2015 and/or SPRING 2016.
Bard Early Colleges are founded on the belief that many high-school age students are eager and ready for the intellectual challenges of a college education. Bard Early Colleges act on this belief by providing younger scholars with a tuition-free, credit-bearing college course of study in the liberal arts and sciences following the 9th and 10th grades. Students are taught by college faculty in seminar classes; they receive up to 60 college credits and an associate in arts (A.A.) degree from Bard College, concurrently with a high school diploma. Bard Early Colleges begin preparing students for college work as early as the 9th grade and offer ongoing guidance and academic supports.
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