The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.1924 Thursday, 12 October 2000.
From: Hardy Cook <
Date: Tuesday, 10 Oct 2000 13:14:28 -0400
Subject: FYI: Employment Announcement
[Editor's Note: The following appeared on REED-L: Records of Early
English Drama Discussion <
Assistant Professor, Renaissance English Literature and Drama
Tenure-track assistant professor in Renaissance English Literature and
Drama, including Shakespeare, to begin September 2001. Required:
Doctorate in English by time of appointment. Preferred: second field of
teaching and research in (for example) English and American Drama,
Medieval Literature, Women's Studies, Literary Theory, Culture Theory,
Irish Literature, Rhetoric, or Language and Writing. Also preferred:
teaching experience and evidence of successful college-level teaching;
evidence of successful scholarly publication or real promise of future
publication in field.
Load: seven courses over three quarters plus advising and service.
Courses will include graduate and undergraduate courses in field(s),
introductory major courses, general education "great books" survey. All
department faculty must be able to teach composition. Salary
Preliminary interviews at MLA in Washington, D.C. Please send cv and
letter discussing scholarship and teaching interests by December 8, 2000
to Henry Limouze, Chair, Department of English Language and Literatures,
Wright State University, Dayton, OH 45435.