6.0302 Jobs: Shakespeare Chair; English/Women Studies (2/60)

Elaine Brennan & Allen Renear (EDITORS@BROWNVM.BITNET)
Tue, 20 Oct 1992 17:50:36 EDT

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 6, No. 0302. Tuesday, 20 Oct 1992.

(1) Date: Wed, 14 Oct 92 13:47:56 EST (26 lines)
From: Boyd Davis <FEN00BHD@UNCCVM>
Subject: Endowed Chair

(2) Date: Fri, 16 Oct 92 14:10:17 EDT (34 lines)
From: David E. Latane <dlatane@hibbs.vcu.edu>
Subject: Job Announcement

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Date: Wed, 14 Oct 92 13:47:56 EST
From: Boyd Davis <FEN00BHD@UNCCVM>
Subject: Endowed Chair

Please post --


The University of North Carolina at Charlotte seeks a distinguished scholar
and teacher for an endowed chair in Shakespeare. The recipient of this chair
will have an exceptional opportunity to continue teaching, scholarship, and
intellectual leadership, working with faculty and undergraduate and graduate
(M.A. level) students. A successful applicant must have evidence of superior
teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels, national prominence, and
a distinguished record of publications in Shakespeare. In addition to duties
in teaching, research and service to the University, this person will have
considerable opportunities to serve the community in and around Charlotte.
Minorities and women are encouraged to apply. Salary commensurate with
qualifications of successful applicant. Screening begins November 15,
1992, and interviews will be held at MLA in December. Send nominations and/or
application, curriculum vitae, and four letters of reference to:
Dr. Jay Jacoby, Chair, Search Committee/Chair in Shakespeare
Department of English, UNC-Charlotte. Charlotte NC 28223 (USA)
[UNC-Charlotte is an AA/EOE employer]

Please cross-post or forward as seems appropriate to you.
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Date: Fri, 16 Oct 92 14:10:17 EDT
From: David E. Latane <dlatane@hibbs.vcu.edu>
Subject: Job Announcement

Job Announcement
Position in English and Women's Studies
Box 2005
Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond 23284

The English Department and the Women's Studies Program seek
applications for a joint tenure-track assistant professor (pending
administrative approval). Demonstrated potential for effective teaching
(3/3 load) and scholarly productivity required. Ph.D. required, with
strong preference for individuals with graduate training in scholarship
on women. The Women's Studies Program offers an undergraduate minor and
will give preference to candidates who can teach both Introduction to
Women's Studies and Feminist Theory. The Department of English seeks
someone who can teach advanced undergraduate and graduate courses in
feminist critical theory, as well as sophomore and advanced literature
courses, area open, but preferably contemporary British, ethnic American
literatures, or Commonwealth/post-colonial. Send letter of application,
c.v., and at least three letters of reference to James Kinney, Chair,
Department of English, by December 7, 1992. VCU is a culturally diverse
university and an AA/equal opportunity Employer; women, minorities, and
persons with disabilities are urged to apply.

Prospective applicants who wish additional information may contact David
Latane, Chair, Search Committee at the address above, or via the
Internet at dlatane@hibbs.vcu.edu.