The University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg invites applications
for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor in English and
Digital Studies, to begin August 2022. Candidates must have
interdisciplinary interests and the ability to teach both American
literature and Digital Humanities courses. A wide range of research
specialties may be considered, but particular attention will be
given to candidates whose work uses digital methodology, is
attentive to issues of diversity and representation, and focuses on
American literary studies.
Teaching (4/4) includes general education courses, courses for
the Digital Studies certificate, and American literature courses
for the English major and minor. For Digital Studies, the candidate
will teach the basics of coding and textual markup and help
students create and manage digital projects. In English literature,
the successful candidate must be able to teach through a wide range
of periods and across genres.
Applicants should have in hand by August 2022 a PhD in English,
Digital Humanities with an emphasis on literature, or a closely
related field. The application letter should address college-level
teaching experiences and methods, experience with and/or ability to
teach the fields sought, and research interests, methods, and
processes that relate to both literary studies and digital
projects. Links to the applicant’s online digital projects will be
Pitt-Greensburg is a liberal arts college for undergraduates,
dedicated to in-person teaching, within a large university system
with excellent digital resources and a support center for Digital
Studies. Questions may be directed to search committee chair Prof.
Sayre Greenfield, email@example.com.