The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 19.0683 Wednesday, 24 December 2008
From: Zackariah Long <
Date: Saturday, 29 Nov 2008 14:32:34 -0500
Subject: New Job Posting
Below I have pasted a brand new job posting for my home department. It
is being advertised in all the usual places, too, of course. I only
mention it here because I wanted to alert any potentially interested
parties to the fact that the literary period/field is *genuinely* open.
So if you have a serious interest/expertise in postcolonial studies --
the kind that would qualify you to teach a survey course that reflected
the broad range of work done under that moniker -- then by all means all
you Shakespeareans, Spenserians, Miltonists, and other early modernists
with interests in the New World, Ireland, imperialism, the history and
legacy of colonialism, etc., please apply.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH: Ohio Wesleyan University. Ohio Wesleyan
University seeks a person specializing in a postcolonial approach to
literature in English, literary/period field open. A full-time,
tenure-track position. The load is six courses a year, three in freshman
composition and three in literature. We seek a candidate who
demonstrates excellence in teaching and writing. Experience in teaching
freshman writing is essential. Candidates should have the Ph.D. by
August 2009. Ohio Wesleyan University is strongly committed to diversity
within its community and encourages all interested applicants, including
women and minorities, to apply. Send letter, vita, writing sample,
dossier, and a syllabus of your design to Lynette Carpenter, Chair,
Department of English, Sturges Hall, Ohio Wesleyan University, 61 S.
Sandusky St., Delaware, OH 43015. Acknowledgment by e-mail or SAS card.
Deadline: postmarked by January 5, 2009.
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