Institution: University of Dayton, Department of Visual Arts
Location: Ohio, United States
Position: Lecturer (renewable) in Art History, African, Asian or Middle Eastern
Lecturer in Art History. Lecturer with specialization in African, Asian, Middle Eastern, or broadly global art history and visual culture. Strong preference given to candidates with a secondary area in either Western or non Western traditions.
This is a one-year, full-time, and non-tenure track position with possibility of renewal. 4-4 course load may be comprised each term of one upper-division course in the lecturer’s primary area of specialization, one survey course or upper-division course in a second area of specialization, and two sections of a non- chronological, thematically-based Introduction to the Visual Arts course for non-majors. ABD in Art History required, Ph.D. preferred with U.S. university-level teaching experience and strong oral communication skills preferred; innovative teaching pedagogy and experience working with students from diverse backgrounds preferred.
Send CV, application letter, a sample scholarly writing, statement of teaching philosophy, and evidence of teaching effectiveness to email@example.com by January 14, 2012. Three letters of recommendation should be sent to: Roger Crum, Art History Search Committee, Department of Visual Arts, University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio, 45469-2923.
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Contact: Roger Crum, Art History Search
Committee, Department of Visual Arts,
University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio, 45469-2923.