rhetoric & creative writing job: Emmanuel College
- The English Department at Emmanuel College invites applications for a
full-time tenure track assistant professor in rhetoric and creative writing to teach
three courses each semester, beginning in Sept. 2008. Ph.D required at the
time of appointment.
The successful candidate must be able to teach both first-year composition
courses (ENGL 1101, 1102) and genre-specific writing courses such as the
following, as needed:
ENGL 2504 Prose Writing
ENGL 2505 Autobiographical Writing
ENGL 2506 Poetry Writing
ENGL 2507 Fiction Writing
ENGL 3805 Writing Seminar
FYS (First Year Seminar)
The ability to develop and teach additional literature offerings,
particularly in areas such as world lit, Native-American lit, African-American or African
lit would enhance candidacy. Experience with undergraduate publications
featuring the work of student writers would further strengthen application.
Suitable candidates will demonstrate a clear commitment to undergraduate
teaching and an active research/publishing agenda. The English Dept. at Emmanuel
College houses programs in literature, communication, and writing and
literature. All programs reflect in their design and pedagogy a commitment to
rhetorical and cultural theory and approaches.
Interested candidates should apply online with a current cv, the names and
addresses of three references (no letters, please), a list of all college
courses taught to date, and a brief letter (1-2 pp) stating teaching philosophy.
In order to be considered for this position, applicants need to apply online
following the link below. After submitting a resume with this application
form, candidates will be prompted to complete an Applicant Profile where they can
upload all additional documents.
Online App. Form:
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