Visiting Assistant Professor in Creative Writing
HANOVER COLLEGE DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH invites applications for a one-year Visiting Assistant Professor (with the possibility of renewal) in Creative Writing with the ability to teach American Literature starting in August 2018. The candidate should exhibit both a record of excellence in teaching in multi-genre Creative Writing and knowledge of American Literature. A record of publication in any primary genre of Creative Writing is also desirable. This position will support our Creative Writing minor and English major by teaching a 3-3-1 schedule that currently includes a fiction and poetry workshop; creative non-fiction workshop; sections of the college’s writing requirement; and upper-level American Literature courses to include African American and Minority Literature. The individual will also serve as advisor to the college’s literary magazine Kennings. Candidates are required to have their PhD or MFA in hand at the time of application.
Interested applicants should apply to Dr. Melissa Eden c/o Chris
Wilcox at email@example.com and include 1) a
cover letter; 2) a research statement that addresses current
writing/research and future plans for writing/research, and
evidence of having published works of poetry, fiction, and/or
creative non-fiction; 3) a teaching statement; 4) a curriculum
vita; 5) one to two samples of creative writing; and 6) three
letters of recommendation. Review of applications will begin
immediately and continue until the position is filled. For
further details visit https://www.hanover.edu/about/employment
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