The Department of Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics of Syracuse University invites applicants for a Visiting Assistant Teaching Professor in French and Francophone Studies. This is a one-year appointment beginning August 21, 2017 and may be considered for a one-year extension.
Ph.D. In Modern French Literature or Culture and related fields such as Comparative Literature, Film or Media Studies, History, and Cultural Studies. Native or near-native Fluency in French and English, and experience in teaching French higher division courses and graduate seminars at college level are required.
The successful candidate will teach three courses in the fall semester and three courses in the spring semester divided between undergraduate and graduate level courses. In addition, the selected candidate will advise MA students on their final projects. Must maintain regular office hours.
(1) Cover letter underlining scholarship and prior teaching experience and qualifications for the position.
(2) Curriculum Vitae
(3) Contact information for three professional references to provide letters of recommendations.
(4) Statement of teaching philosophy and evidence of teaching excellence.
Position will be open until filled.
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