Assistant Professor, Global Anglophone Literature

Assistant Professor, Global Anglophone Literature
 
https://www.unrsearch.com/postings/25862
 
The University of Nevada, Reno Department of English announces an entry-level tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Global Anglophone Literature, to begin in the fall semester of 2018. The successful candidate must be able to teach Postcolonial and Globalization theories, world literature broadly conceived, and a specific field of specialization (e.g. African, Caribbean or South Asian global literatures) to advanced undergraduates and graduate students, as well as intermediate courses in English and in the Core Curriculum, especially Core Humanities 202, the Modern World. UNR English faculty who teach and mentor in the graduate program and engage in scholarly research typically have a 2/2 load.
 
Members of the English Department also have the opportunity to affiliate themselves with the interdisciplinary Gender, Race and Identity program.
 
In accordance with the university’s land grant, tier one research institution mission, candidates will be expected to develop strong research and publishing agendas, to teach at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and to perform service at the university and community levels. Additionally, in the cover letter, candidates should speak to their ability to teach and mentor students from diverse backgrounds.
 
The University of Nevada, Reno, is ranked in the top tier of “best national universities” by U.S. News and World Report and is committed to excellence in teaching, scholarship, and community service. With a growing and increasingly diverse student enrollment of some 22,000 including nearly 3,000 graduate students, the University provides degree programs at the undergraduate, graduate and professional levels. In accordance with the university’s land grant, tier one research institution mission, candidates will be expected to develop strong research and publishing agendas, to teach at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and to perform service at the university and community levels. Additionally, in the cover letter, candidates should speak to their ability to teach and mentor students from diverse backgrounds.
 

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