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'''Cross-posted at '''[[CreativeWriting 2011]] & [[Rhetoric/Composition 2011]]
 
'''Cross-posted at '''[[CreativeWriting 2011]] & [[Rhetoric/Composition 2011]]
   
==University of Arizona==
 
'''From MLA JIL (12/17):'''
 
 
The Creative Writing Program of the Department of English at the University of Arizona invites applications and nominations for a''' tenure-eligible advanced assistant professor or tenured associate professor in creative nonfiction/environmental writing''', to start August 2011.
 
 
We seek an outstanding writer with significant publications and demonstrated excellence as a teacher to work with students at the graduate and undergraduate level in the creative writing program and in other English programs such as Literature or Rhetoric, Composition, and the Teaching of English, if appropriate. Publications must include at least one book from a reputable press. A secondary expertise in poetry or fiction is also welcome, but not required.
 
 
For full details and online application, see posting at [http://www.uacareertrack.com/ www.uacareertrack.com] (cite job #46641). Review of complete applications will begin on January 3, 2011 and continue until the position is filled.
 
 
Deadline: Jan. 3
 
 
Acknowledgment received:
 
 
Request for Additional Materials:
 
 
Rejection Letter:
 
 
AWP interview scheduled:
 
 
Campus interview scheduled:
 
 
Offer made:
 
 
Offer accepted:
 
 
<u>NOTES AND QUERIES:</u>
 
 
Cross-posted at [[CreativeWriting 2011]]
 
 
==University of Delaware==
 
==University of Delaware==
 
'''From MLA JIL (10/1):'''
 
'''From MLA JIL (10/1):'''

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