The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 14.1971  Thursday, 9 October 2003

From:           Susan Oldrieve <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Wednesday, 8 Oct 2003 20:12:48 -0400
Subject:        Three Positions Open

The English Department at Baldwin-Wallace College is hoping to fill
three positions for next year.  We are looking for colleagues to teach
in one or more of the following areas: creative writing (fiction
emphasis); non-Western and post-colonial literature; methods of teaching
English (secondary emphasis); linguistics (introductory level); 17th and
18th century British or British/American literature; journalism.

Baldwin-Wallace is located in a pleasant suburb south of Cleveland, and
despite what you might have heard, the Cleveland area is really is a
wonderful place to live--several excellent school districts, reasonable
cost of living, a chain of heavily wooded parklands all around the city
and a national park just to the south, good theatre, excellent health
care facilities, and "the best band in the land."

Promotion and tenure focuses on excellence in teaching, but the school
provides both financial and moral support for scholarship and many
opportunities for faculty development.   We are an equal opportunity

Please see our advertisement in the MLA Job Information List and urge
students and colleagues who are on the job market to visit our Website
at www.bw.edu

Susan Oldrieve
Professor of English
Baldwin-Wallace College

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