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Position Teaching 17th-C Brit. Lit.
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 15.1878  Friday, 15 October 2004

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Date:           Thursday, 14 Oct 2004 19:53:39 -0400
Subject:        Re: Position Teaching 17th-C Brit. Lit.

Dear List Members,

A friend at Montclair State U. in New Jersey has passed along to me an
ad that his department is soon to run in the MLA Job Bulletin.  He is
part of the search committee and is particularly interested in finding
someone with Marxist/materialist leanings to fill this position.  Please
pass the word if you know anyone who might be interested.

David Siar

Here is the ad:

17th C British Literature:

Full-time, tenure-track in 17th C British Literature. Assistant
Professor. Ph.D. in British literature with primary expertise in Milton,
the Age of Milton, and 17th century non-dramatic literature. Strong
commitment to general education -including the university's new
interdisciplinary core courses on contemporary issues. Teach
undergraduate and graduate courses in mid- and late-17th century British
literature, with secondary interest in gender or cultural studies. All
department members teach first-year writing. Excellence in
research/scholarship and teaching is expected as well as active grant
seeking and service to department, university, and larger professional
community. Send letter of application, CV, and three (3) letters of
recommendation; full dossier will be requested after initial screening.

Dr. Larry Schwartz, Chair, English Dept., Box M, Montclair State
University, Montclair, NJ 07043. Apply by November 17, 2004; MLA
interview. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution. Position
subject to available funding

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