Teaching Postdoc: History | Washington State University

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Pullman, WA, US

The Department of History at Washington State University seeks to hire a two year-long teaching postdoc to teach the university’s core undergraduate course, “The Roots of Contemporary Issues” beginning August 2017, pending budgetary approval. Positions may be at the Pullman, Vancouver, or Tri-Cities locations.  “The Roots of Contemporary Issues” is a history course that helps students make sense of our increasingly complex world by focusing on the deep historical roots of present-day issues in global perspective. Areas of specialty are open, but successful candidates must have graduate training that demonstrates their ability to understand historical problems in transnational, comparative, or global perspective. Candidates should also demonstrate an ability to engage students in discussions on race, gender, globalization, conflict, and/or the environment.

Visiting Assistant Professor: History | University of Puget Sound

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Tacoma, WA, US

Visiting assistant professor of early modern European history, Mediterranean focus.Teaching load is 3 courses per semester, to include lower-division surveys of European history from the fourth to seventeenth centuries and upper-division courses in areas of interest. Teaching expertise in the Renaissance or Islam is welcome.

Full-time Faculty: Ceramics | Curry College

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Milton, MA, US

The Department of Fine and Applied Arts at Curry College seeks an Assistant Professor in Ceramics, for a one-year special appointment to begin in Fall 2017.

Assistant Professor: Religious Studies | Rhodes College

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Memphis, TN, US

Rhodes College, the Department of Religious Studies, announces an opening for a one-year Assistant Professor position in African American religious traditions, beginning Fall 2017. Ph.D. degree in hand by the time of appointment is desired. The normal teaching load is three courses per semester. The successful candidate will teach upper-level courses in African American religion and theology needed for an undergraduate curriculum in religious studies.

Visiting Lecturer: Theatre Arts for Acting and Directing | Mount Holyoke College

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South Hadley, MA, US

The Department of Theatre Arts at Mount Holyoke College invites applications for a full-time, Visiting Lecturer in Theatre Arts for Directing and Acting to begin fall 2017.  This is a one-year, non-renewable teaching position, with competitive salary and benefits.  We are especially interested in candidates who can teach a wide range of performance techniques from classical to experimental.

Visiting Assistant Professor: Korean Culture and Society | Brown University

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Providence, RI, US

The Department of East Asian Studies invites applications for non-tenure-track Visiting Assistant Professor position in modern or contemporary Korean culture, effective July 1, 2017. The initial appointment will be up to three years, with a possibility of renewal contingent upon the candidate’s performance. Ph.D. required at the time of appointment. We welcome applications from scholars with training in the disciplines of literature, film, popular culture, visual studies, and/or gender and sexuality. The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching a range of content courses at both the introductory and advanced levels, including classes taught in Korean and/or using Korean language materials. Evidence of potential excellence in scholarship and teaching is expected. We also seek applicants who will contribute to the broader intellectual life of the department and university. Native or near-native fluency in Korean and English is required.

Visiting Assistant Professor: Classics | Colgate University

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Hamilton, NY, US

The Department of the Classics at Colgate University invites applications for two one-year positions at the level of Visiting Assistant Professor, beginning fall semester 2017. The department seeks applicants experienced in the teaching of Latin and Greek at all levels; experience with courses on ancient civilization and/or literature in translation is also desirable. Completion of Ph.D. is expected prior to or shortly after the date of hire. The teaching load is five courses per year and will include participation in the university-wide interdisciplinary Liberal Arts Core Curriculum.

Lecturer: History | The University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley

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Edinburg, TX

The University of Texas- Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV) seeks a Lecturer for a three year non-tenure track position to begin in fall 2017. The ideal candidate will have specialized in U.S. History with a minor field or substantial graduate training in European History. Preference will be given to applicants who have a minimum of one year’s experience teaching underserved minority student populations at an institution of higher education.

Visiting Assistant Professor: Painting | Sonoma State University

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Rohnert Park, CA

Seeking an artist/scholar in the area of painting and 2D for a one year Visiting Assistant Professor position in Painting, with the ability to teach other courses in 2D areas, such as drawing and fundamentals. A qualified candidate will be responsible for teaching up to 10 units selected from the following: All levels of painting, all levels of drawing, and foundations. Additional experience in other media and new platforms are welcome.

Temporary Assistant Professor: English | Fairmont State University

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Fairmont, WV

The Department of Language and Literature at Fairmont State University invites applications for a three-year, renewable, temporary assistant professor in English. Primary responsibility will be to teach a 4/4 load. The position requires a generalist with competence as a Medievalist. Preference will be given to candidates with additional competence in Renaissance Literature. Teaching load will include first-year composition and a sophomore literature class. Upper-level classes include Chaucer and the literature of the Middle Ages.