French, Italian, & Classical Studies: Visiting Assistant
Professor/Instructor position in Italian. Employment begins August
2022. Possibility of renewal for up to five years, contingent on
funding and performance. Teach undergraduate courses in Italian
language, literature, and culture and contribute positively to the
intellectual climate of the Department.
Required: Ph.D. in Italian or closely related field by date of
appointment for appointment as Visiting Assistant Professor or ABD
in Italian or closely related field by date of appointment for
appointment as Instructor; research area of specialization is open;
native or near-native command of Italian and English. Demonstrated
excellence in the teaching Italian Language at all levels. Position
not eligible for H-1B sponsorship.
Consideration may be given to candidates with a scholarly
profile in food studies and/or ecocriticism; a demonstrated ability
to contribute to the growth of the program; excellent collaborative
skills and a strong commitment to the enhancement of the Italian
Submit cover letter and curriculum vitae to
Inquiries may be directed to Elisabeth Hodges at firstname.lastname@example.org. Screening
of applications will begin June 14, 2022 and will continue until
the position is filled.
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