The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 17.0236 Tuesday, 28 March 2006
From: Scott Hess <
Date: Tuesday, 28 Mar 2006 09:18:31 -0500
Subject: Renaissance Position
Visiting Asst. Prof. of Renaissance/ Early Modern Literature (for 2006-7)
Earlham College will be hiring a one-year visiting assistant professor
in Renaissance/Early Modern English Literature to begin Fall 2006. We
expect to make a tenure-track appointment beginning Fall 2007.
Candidates with a strong secondary area are particularly attractive,
especially those prepared to teach Creative Writing. Teaching load is
six courses/year, four in literature (sophomore to senior courses) and
two in first-year interdisciplinary seminars that emphasize intensive
reading and writing. There are opportunities to contribute to such
interdisciplinary programs as Jewish Studies, African and African
American Studies, Women's Studies, and Peace and Global Studies, among
others. Earlham is a selective national Liberal Arts college founded by
Quakers that emphasizes teaching and service as much as scholarship.
Earlham seeks people sympathetic to social justice, simplicity,
consensus-seeking, and other values of the Religious Society of Friends.
Send CV; three letters of recommendation, at least one of which should
address teaching effectiveness; and letter of application describing
teaching philosophy and research interests to: Barbara Caruso, English
Department, Drawer 62, Earlham College, 801 National Road West,
Richmond, IN 47374-4095. Earlham is an AA/EE employer and welcomes
applications from members of minority groups. Consideration of
candidates will begin April 10 and continue until we fill the position.
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