Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Transatlantic Early Modern Literature and Cultural Studies

Georgetown University
District of Columbia, United States
Not specified
Sep 04, 2018
Employment Level
Tenured/Tenured Track
Employment Type
Full Time
The Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Georgetown University invites applications for a full-time tenure track faculty position at the rank of assistant professor in Transatlantic Early Modern Literature and Cultural Studies. We seek a scholar with a strong, innovative, interdisciplinary research trajectory and a commitment to teaching excellence. The successful candidate will join a department dedicated to fostering a diverse and inclusive intellectual community.

Basic Qualifications: Ph.D. in hand or near completion by the time of appointment. Native or near-native proficiency in Spanish and English; Portuguese proficiency a plus. The incumbent will teach a total of four courses per academic year, from language courses to graduate seminars, and serve as an advisor and mentor at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Review of applications will begin on November 1st and continue until position is filled. To receive full consideration, please write to hb609@georgetown.edu with the subject Early Modern Transatlantic Search and the following attachments: 1) a letter of interest; 2) a curriculum vitae; 3) a writing sample; 4) a statement of research philosophy; and 5) teaching evaluations. Three confidential letters of recommendation should be sent to Professor Emily C. Francomano, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Georgetown University, ICC 407, 37th and O Streets, N.W., Washington D.C. 20057.

Georgetown University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer fully dedicated to achieving a diverse faculty and staff. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, ethnicity, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, national origin, marital status, veteran status, disability or other categories protected by law.