Instructor or Visiting Assistant Professor in Italian (two positions available) to
Teach undergraduate courses in Italian language, literature and culture; advise students; engage in activities that support the growth of the program and contribute positively to the intellectual climate of the Department.
Require: PhD. in Italian or related field by date of appointment (for appointment as Visiting Assistant Professor) ABD (for appointment as Instructor). Required specialization in Early Modern Italian Studies. Native or near-native command of Italian and English. Demonstrated excellence in the teaching Italian Language at all levels.
Miami University will not sponsor for H1B work authorization for the 2017-18 year.
Desire: Specialization in early modern Italian Studies. Ideal candidates will have an interdisciplinary and intercultural research approach and be prepared to offer courses on Italian cultural history prior to 1800. Special consideration will be given to candidates with a demonstrated ability to contribute to the growth of the program. The successful candidates will also demonstrate excellent collaborative skills and a strong commitment to the enhancement of the Italian Program. Possibility of renewal for up to five years, dependent upon funding and performance. Normal teaching load is three courses per semester.
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