Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 6, No. 0721. Tuesday, 26 September 1995.
Date: Monday, 25 Sep 1995 17:01:29 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Shakespeare Position
The University of New Hampshire is seeking an advanced assistant or beginning
associate professor with a speciality in Shakespeare. This is a permanent
tenure-track appointment, to begin in the fall of 1996. Teaching duties will
include undergraduate and graduate courses, primarily in Shakespeare. An
additional specialty in drama or sixteenth- century non-dramatic literature
would be particularly welcome. Ph.D. required. Send letter, c.v., dossier
(including up-to-date letters of recommendation), and a self-addressed stamped
envelope to: Shakespeare Search Committee, English Department, Hamilton Smith
Hall, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH 03824. Applications must be
postmarked by November 15, 1995. UNH is an AA/EEO employer.
The UNH-Durham campus is located approximately 60 miles north of Boston, MA,
near the coast and the mountains. Other early modernists in the department
include Elizabeth Hageman, myself, Rachel Trubowitz, and Jane Bellamy; we are
hiring to replace (the irreplaceable) Robert Hapgood, who will be retiring this
All interested and qualified Shakespearians are encouraged to apply.