The Department of Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature is inviting applications for part-time, temporary teaching positions for openings that may occur beginning Fall 2019 through Summer 2020 to teach courses that cannot be staffed by regular faculty or graduate students. This posting does not constitute a posting for vacancies but establishes a pool of applicants should an opening occur for AY 2019-20. Appointments may be renewable in following years based upon need, funding and performance. Position title and salary vary according to qualifications and funding.
Teaching undergraduate students in assigned course(s). Holding office hours to assist and advise students. Participate in department meetings and service to the department.
M.A. (or foreign M.A. equivalent) in a relevant discipline, and at least one year of post baccalaureate teaching experience in the humanities, social sciences, or related fields. Detailed and extensive knowledge of history, theory, and social context of the fields to be taught, and familiarity with Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature curricula.
Ph.D. or MFA and two years’ teaching experience at the collegiate level in relevant disciplinary fields with documented evidence of teaching excellence.
** Applicants with an M.A. will be appointed at the rank of Teaching Specialist. Those with a Ph.D. and/or those who have successfully defended their dissertation and have officially submitted the final draft of the dissertation to the relevant Ph.D. granting institution (e.g., the graduate school) will be appointed at the rank of Lecturer.
Internal Number: 330352
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