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Generalist Jobs 2011

Adrian College (MI)

The Department of English at Adrian College invites applications for an Assistant Professor, tenure-track position in British literature, to begin August 2011. Literature Ph.D. in hand required. We are seeking a candidate with expertise in British Literature from the late-seventeenth century to the present. Additional responsibilities will include a 200-level British Masterpieces class for non-majors, WAC courses, and three sections of First-Year Writing per year. Additional areas of expertise are a plus. Our department values teaching writing as a process, a student-centered approach, and experiential learning. Please visit our web site and familiarize yourself with our institution. We will begin reviewing applications immediately and continue until December 1, 2010. Submission materials should be submitted to englishsearch@adrian.edu.

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Aichi University (Japan)

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Subfield/description: "The Faculty of International Communication, Aichi University, Toyohashi, Japan, invites applications for...Teacher[s] of English and Cultural Studies [beginning April 1, 2011]....This position is not a permanent teaching position. The contract is for twelve months renewable for four years maximum....Courses to be taught: Cultural Studies; Media Studies; Popular Culture; Multicultural Studies; 1st year Seminar, 2nd year Seminar."'

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Cardinal Stritch U. (WI)

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"tenure-track Assistant Professor position. We seek enthusiastic teachers with wide-ranging qualifications. Applicants should be generalists prepared to teach both introductory and upper-level undergraduate courses, which may include intermediate literary surveys, freshman-level composition, and courses in the applicant's specialty. This is a 4/4 teaching assignment."

Deadline: Sept. 30 (Note: this job was reposted on HigherEdJobs on 9/21/10 with a new deadline: "Applications should be postmarked no later than October 8, 2010.")

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  • See Generalist 2010 for discussion of similar search at this school in the spring.
  • I believe they will be interviewing at the MMLA conference in November, not MLA. That is what last year's search chair told me over the summer.
  • From the listing: "Interviews will be conducted at the Midwest Modern Language Association Conference in Chicago from November 4-7, 2010."
  • They must really think they're going to zip through the applications if they moved their deadline back to Oct. 8, but they plan on interviewing at MMLA. That gives them just a couple of weeks to read everything. I thought that the shorter deadline was so they wouldn't have so many applications to read as last year. I think they got over 150 apps for a late spring posting. But I will also say that this is a very young department. While that is appealing in some respects (you'll be working with people in your same generation instead of a bunch of people old enough to be your grandparents), it's also clear that they are amateurs at running a search. Don't get me wrong - I certainly want the job. I'm just not too sure they are going to handle this well. Last year, it was a freaking circus show. (But there IS a new search chair this year... not sure if it'll make a difference.)
  • Two and a half weeks until MMLA -- anybody know anything? (nothing x3; 10/19)

Central Michigan University

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"The Department of English Language and Literature is seeking a generalist in literature and composition, with specific interest and experience in early periods of British and World literature, classical through Romanticism, to fill a tenure-track assistant professor position."

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Colorado State University-Pueblo

Full time, tenure-track Assistant Professor of English - Generalist position. The successful candidate will be able to teach a range of undergraduate courses in literature, literary theory, rhetoric and composition, linguistics, and/or creative or professional writing; advise students in the English major and minor; teach graduate courses in area(s) of specialization; advise M.A. program students writing theses or working on research projects in areas of specialization; participate in department, college, and university service activities and governance; and maintain an active program of writing and research. Contract teaching load is 12 hours per semester. Applicants for this position should expect to teach at least one section of composition every semester.

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Deadline: Open until filled (posted at HigherEdJobs 10/04/10)

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Delaware State University

"The Department of English and Foreign Languages at Delaware State University seeks candidates for a tenure-track assistant professor of English to begin Fall Semester 2010. Candidates must have an earned doctorate degree in the field with a demonstrated record of excellence in teaching composition, literature and TESL graduate courses."

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Edgewood College (WI)

Position Announcement (College HR)

"tenure-track position at the rank of assistant professor to begin August 2011. Preference will be given to generalists with a primary strength in American Literature to 1900 and secondary strengths in 19th- century British Literature (composition and rhetoric a plus)."

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Finlandia University (MI)

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"Finlandia University is seeking to fill a tenure-track appointment at the Assistant Professor level, beginning August 2011. Qualified candidates will possess a Ph.D. in English; however, advanced ABDs are encouraged to apply. We seek a broadly trained individual with a strong commitment to teaching, mentoring and advising students, and strong interpersonal/communication skills. The substantive area(s) of expertise is open. Teaching responsibilities will include freshman composition, sophomore literature, and upper-level courses in the English major."

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Fitchburg State University

Full-time, tenure-track, assistant professor position in literatures before 1500. Desired areas include World, British, Classical, Medieval, and Comparative literatures. Teaching responsibilities include survey courses, advanced courses within the field, and first-year writing.

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Gordon College of Georgia

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Gordon College announces a tenure-track position in English beginning in August 2011. The successful candidate will teach undergraduate courses in composition and literature; appropriate scholarship and service contributions are expected. Minimum requirements include a Ph.D. in English; preference will be given to candidates with a specialization in African-American literature or post-colonial literature and experience teaching at the college level. For a complete description of the position, the division, and the college, and to apply for the position, visit http://jobs.gdn.edu.

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Gordon College (MA)

Position Title: Assistant or Associate Professor of English

Description: British Literature Generalist with expertise in Medieval through 17th-Century British Literature

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Grant MacEwan University (Alberta, Canada)

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Subfield/description: "The Department of English at Grant MacEwan University invites applicants for a continuing position in drama. Applicants must have a specialization in the scholarly study and textual analysis of British or American drama, excluding Shakespeare and the Renaissance. Preference will be given to specializations in twentieth century British or American drama."

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Guilford College, NC (VAP)

Guilford College seeks a writing generalist to teach four first-year writing courses per year plus a creative nonfiction workshop and a contemporary fiction literature course in a full-time, one-year temporary position as Visiting Assistant Professor of English, starting August 2011. Ph.D. is preferred; MFA will be considered. Guilford is a selective coeducational liberal arts college founded in 1837 by the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).

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Cross-posted at CreativeWriting 2011

Hillsdale College (MI) - 2 positions

From MLA JIL (10/13):

Hillsdale College, an independent, four-year institution with a traditional liberal arts mission, seeks applications for two entry-level tenure-track positions beginning August 2011. Responsibilities include teaching three courses per semester as follows: a. two courses in a “Freshmen Rhetoric and the Great Books” sequence; b. a survey course in English or American literature or an upper-level course in English or American literature. Generalists in British and American literature are encouraged to apply; preference will be given to those prepared to teach Restoration to Romantic literature (1660-1830), Victorian to Modern British literature (1830 to the present), or Colonial and Federalist American literature (1607-1820). Other desirable attributes include a solid blend of teaching, research, and service preparation, and a strong commitment to a traditional liberal arts mission. Send a letter of application that presents (a) evidence of strong undergraduate teaching skills (b) a discussion of the philosophy behind such teaching and (c) a detailed response to the College’s Mission Statement (http://www.hillsdale.edu/about/history/mission.asp ) that includes a discussion of the candidate’s ability to teach in the light of its commitments. The application must also include a curriculum vitae, three up-to-date letters of recommendation, transcripts, and a self-addressed, stamped postcard for acknowledgment of the completed application. All materials must be received by December 1, 2010. Interviews will be conducted at the Los Angeles MLA Convention January 6-9, 2011. Send materials to Dr. Michael M. Jordan, Chair, Department of English, Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, MI 49242. (517) 437-7341.

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Cross-Posted at Modern British 2011, Romanticism, Victorian/19th 2011, Early American 2011 & Restoration/18th-Century 2011

Hood College

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Assistant Professor of English (tenure-track)

"we seek a generalist in British literature whose graduate work demonstrates an expertise in literature before the nineteenth century. This person should be eager to teach the first half of the British survey, introductory composition, and courses from the following: medieval, eighteenth-century, or non-western literature. We also seek someone enthusiastic about adding to our "genre" and "author" courses. Comparative perspectives are most welcome."

Deadline: November 1, 2010

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Cross-posted at Renaissance 2011, Medieval 2011 & British Open 2011

Iowa State University

From MLA JIL (10/8):

Assistant Professor in English with specialization in Environmental Humanities & New Media Tenure-track, 9-months, beginning August 2011. The faculty member in this position will teach graduate and undergraduate courses in areas of specialization such as literary theory, film, and environmental literature as well as teach American or British literature surveys and composition. Teaching and research interests may involve ecofeminism, ecocomposition, digital media, environmental or food writing, literature and science, the rhetoric of sustainability, social justice narratives, multicultural literature, and the public humanities. A PhD in English or terminal degree in related field is required. Record of publication and teaching experience is preferred. 2/2 teaching load to begin. Some interviews may be conducted at the MLA Conference in Los Angeles. To apply for this position, go to the Iowa State University website at www.iastatejobs.com and click on “Apply for this Vacancy” (#100685) and complete the Employment Application. Please be prepared to enter or attach the following: a letter of application/cover letter, curriculum vitae, contact information for three references, and a writing sample. Please arrange for three letters of reference to be emailed to Barbara Ching, Professor and Chair, Department of English at bching@iastate.edu.

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Cross-posted at Environmental 2011 & Drama, Speech, Film & New Media 2011

Kent State University at Tuscarawas (OH)

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"a tenure-track position to teach introductory writing courses and upper-level writing and literature courses . . . Ph.D. in English by the appointment date. Preferred concentrations include 20th/21st Century American and/or British Literature or criticism. Experience in technical or business and professional writing is highly desirable."

Deadline: No deadline stated (posted on HigherEdJobs on 9/15/10)

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Marian University (WI)

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"Marian University, a premier Catholic university located in Fond du Lac, WI invites applications for a full-time tenure-track position in English beginning Fall 2011. Primary responsibilities include teaching courses in English composition, American literature, research writing and advanced-level writing and literature for majors and minors in English and English Education. Normal teaching load is 12 credits per semester. Additional responsibilities include departmental duties, such as advising and writing assessment, as well as school and university-wide service and committee work. Ph.D. or terminal degree in English required. Willingness to support the Vision, Mission and Core Values of the University. Submit a letter of application, current curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, three letters of reference, evidence of teaching effectiveness (sample syllabi for one literature and one composition course, and course evaluations for the last year) and transcripts by January 2, 2011 to: Human Resources, Marian University, 45 S. National Ave., Fond du Lac, WI 54935."

See also: Ad in Chronicle

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Memphis College of Art

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"Assistant Professor. Full-time, beginning August 2011. Position begins with a two-year appointment. Responsibilities: Teach three literature classes each semester, encompassing a broad curriculum for non-majors. Periodically teach freshman composition. . . Qualifications: Ph.D. in English. Specialty in any aspect of American or European literature. Competence in two or more of the following: Southern literature, contemporary novel, women's literature, African American literature. Three years of full-time teaching experience preferred. Eagerness to participate fully in the education of the visual artist."

Deadline: Application deadline for MLA interview: November 15, 2010.

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Mesa State College (CO)

Assistant Professor of English/Early Literatures in Translation

RESPONSIBILITIES: Courses in early world literatures in translation that might include classical Greek and Latin literature, surveys of early world literatures (western and/or non-western), the Bible as Literature, and first-year composition. Teaching load is 12 hours per semester, with other responsibilities in scholarly/creative activities, service to the College and department, and academic advising. EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Ph.D. in appropriate field, evidence of scholarly potential and a demonstrated commitment to college-level teaching are required. The ability to teach structure of the English language is desirable.

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National Taichung University (Taiwan)

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Subfield/description: "The Department of English has one to three tenure-track full-time teaching positions available starting from February 1, 2011 or later. Applicants should hold a doctorate in an English-related field. We are especially interested in applicants whose specialization is in Interpretation/Translation or American literature. Native English speakers are welcome. The newly employed teachers will be responsible for specialized courses as well as language skills courses such as Freshman English, Speaking, Listening, Reading, Writing, etc., depending on the needs of the Department. They also have the service obligation of helping with the departmental work."

Deadline: We hire year-round, so there is no fixed date, but we urge potential applicants to apply by September 15, 2010.

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Oklahoma State University

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"Tenure-track position in English, specializing in Literature Post 1900 with emphasis in poetry and poetics. 3-2 teaching load beginning August 2011."

Deadline: To ensure full consideration, applications must be received by November 3, 2010.

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Penn State Erie

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"tenure-track position in Pre-20th-Century British literature with a sub-specialty in technical writing and editing, beginning August 2011. The successful candidate will contribute to both the Literature and Professional Writing tracks within the English major."

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Penn State Shenango

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Subfield/description: "Penn State Shenango invites applications for a faculty position in English, Assistant Professor, (tenure-track, 36 weeks) to begin August 2011, or as negotiated. Responsibilities: Teach three courses (9 credits) each semester using traditional and hybrid delivery modes. Teaching assignments will be based on the successful candidate's areas of expertise, but will include some combination of English composition, literature, creative writing, or poetry."

Deadline: Application review begins October 1, 2010 and continues until a suitable candidate is found.

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  • Also posted at Rhetoric/Composition 2011
  • Is there a link to the ad on the campus website? I couldn't find it.
  • You have to go through the general Penn State system employment site for some reason: LINK
  • Did anyone else not receive an acknowledgment?
    • I haven't.

Saint Louis University

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"Saint Louis University, a Catholic, Jesuit institution dedicated to student learning, research, health care, and service, invites applications for an Assistant Professor of English. Evidence of teaching excellence and research potential required. The person hired for this position will be the English Department Faculty Liaison for a long-established advanced college credit program in regional high schools (1818 Program). The Department seeks applicants who can demonstrate involvement in English Education, with research and teaching interests in medical narrative and fiction from 1700 to the present. Current department teaching load 2/2, with possible reduction for administrative service. The English Department offers B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. programs, and an undergraduate medical humanities certificate. Start date: August 2011. Candidates must have completed the Ph.D. by August 2011. All candidates must submit a letter, c.v., and writing sample online at http://jobs.slu.edu/."

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Southern Arkansas University

"Tenure-track position to begin August 2011. Specialization in one or more of the following areas desired: secondary English education (with experience in teaching at the secondary level), composition and rhetoric or American literature. Duties include teaching freshman composition, sophomore world literature courses, and upper division English courses in area of expertise; scholarship and service are also expected."

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  • Cross-posted at Early American 2011, 20-21 c. American 2011 & Children's 2011
  • Did anyone else try to submit materials through the e-mail address provided, and get notice that the address is incorrect or not functioning? I tried twice and couldn't get it to work...any thoughts? Now I think it's too late to mail by snail mail....
  • I think there's still plenty of time to get the application in via US mail (10/12) . . . the deadline seems to be rolling, too. . .

Trinity International University (Illinois)

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Subfield/description: "Trinity International University seeks a literature PhD beginning fall 2011 with particular aptitude in Renaissance/Romantic literature who is also enthusiastic about teaching general education writing (research/rhetoric) and literature (genre) courses. Applicants should evidence strong Christian commitment and a desire to serve on a highly-motivated undergraduate faculty in a growing liberal arts program."

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University of Findlay (OH)

Full time tenure-track faculty position in English to begin in August 2011 in the College of Liberal Arts. Candidates will be expected to teach courses in contemporary literature (British or American) as well as first-year composition, and have the ability to cover post-colonial literature and related courses.

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University of Nebraska at Kearney

Assistant Professor (tenure-track): language specialist to teach Grammar, Linguistics, and History of the English Language. The faculty member will teach upper-division and graduate courses on a rotating basis. This position also includes regularly scheduled courses in composition and General Studies literature. (Base load is 12 hours a semester, with scholarly reassignment for those who qualify for a 9-hour load. Required: PhD in English by August 2011 with dissertation in any of the three areas listed above . . . Preferred: All secondary areas considered, with a preference for medieval literature.

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University of Wisconsin-River Falls

Assistant Professor in English Education, Literature, Composition/Rhetoric, beginning August 2011. Evidence of successful teaching in schools, grades 6-12, and teaching certification; familiarity with secondary English classroom practice; expertise and research interest in the theory and methods of teaching English in secondary environments. Teaching courses for secondary English education students, English teaching methods. Responsibilities include supervising student teachers. Second field open. Background in multicultural literature and culture and previous university teaching experience are assets. Required: Ph.D. by the time of appointment. Compensation is based on qualifications, including education and experience. The normal teaching load is 12 credits per semester.

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Deadline: Review of Applications will begin on January 2, 2011. For full consideration, please submit all application materials by this date.

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Wartburg College (IA)

"Full-time, tenure track position beginning fall term 2011, includes excellent benefits. Teach seven undergraduate courses or equivalent per year distributed among Fall, Winter, and May terms from among the following areas: British literature, general education courses including composition, introductory and specialized courses in the major. Advise majors and minors. Develop and teach departmental and general education courses as needed. Engage in scholarship and service activities appropriate to a college with a liberal arts emphasis.

Required: PhD with a research focus in British literature, college level teaching experience in British Literature and composition, ability to demonstrate a record of dynamic and creative teaching, and a willingness to support the mission of the college. Preferred: Strong candidates will be generalists capable of teaching the full British literary survey, with a demonstrable interest in teaching interdisciplinary courses in our general education curriculum. Candidates who complement departmental strengths through scholarship or teaching experience in one or more of the following areas are desirable: history and structure of English, cultural studies, drama and/or poetry. Willingness to conduct biennial courses in England also desired."

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Worcester State University (MA)

The English Department seeks a generalist with strengths in 20th century and contemporary American literature, especially the poetry, to teach surveys, literature electives, and composition for a tenure-track position. Preference may be given to applicants with interest/experience in teaching creative writing (poetry). Requirements: Advanced ABD or Ph. D. required.

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