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  • crwropps@aol.com
    New College of Florida. The experimental liberal arts honors college of the State University System, announces an opening for a Writer in Residence, spring
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 8, 2007
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      New College of Florida. The experimental liberal arts honors college of the
      State
      University System, announces an opening for a Writer in Residence, spring
      semester
      2008 (February-May).  MFA, MA, or equivalent degree preferred. The successful
      candidate will have two published books or the equivalent, & two years’
      experience
      teaching creative writing at the college level, which can include instruction
      as a
      graduate student. New College encourages interdisciplinary, multicultural, &
      innovative approaches to teaching. Writers whose work engages multiethnic &
      /or
      Diasporic issues especially encouraged to apply. The Writer in Residence will
      be
      responsible for teaching two semester-length writing courses (one multi-genre
      introductory course & one course in the applicant’s specialty), & will give
      at least
      three public readings. Courses are evaluated through narrative evaluations
      rather
      than grades.  We especially welcome candidates who, as Writer in Residence,
      will be
      interested in getting to know our campus community. The College, located an
      hour
      south of Tampa, seeks to attract a culturally & intellectually diverse
      faculty of the
      highest caliber. Salary $20,000, with no benefits. Send c.v., letter of
      application,
      writing sample, dossier with three letters of reference & official
      transcript, & two
      course proposals (one, introductory level & another more specialized) to: Dr.
      Nova
      Myhill, Chair, Search Committee, Division of Humanities, New College of
      Florida,
      5800 Bay Shore Road, Sarasota, FL 34243-2109. Review of applications will
      begin
      November 26 & continue until position is filled. For disability
      accommodations,
      contact Chair a minimum of five days in advance at (941) 487-4231. For
      disability
      accommodations, contact Chair a minimum of five days in advance at (941)
      487-4360. Website: www.ncf.edu. AA/EOE



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    • crwropps@aol.com
      New College of Florida. The Humanities Division announces an opening for a Writer in Residence, spring semester 2010 (February-May). The successful candidate
      Message 2 of 2 , Nov 3, 2009
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        New College of Florida. The Humanities Division announces an opening for a Writer in Residence, spring semester 2010 (February-May). The successful candidate will have two published books or the equivalent, two years’ experience teaching creative writing, which can include instruction as a graduate student, & be strongly committed to playing an active role in the community of our residential honors college. MFA, MA, or equivalent degree preferred, but experience considered. Writers whose work engages multiethnic experience and/or issues of identity especially encouraged. The Writer in Residence will be responsible for teaching two semester-length writing courses (preferably one multigenre introductory course & one course in the applicant’s specialty), & will give at least three public readings. We have particular interest this year in candidates with experience in prose. Salary: $22,725 for .75 FTE, with no benefits. Send curriculum vitae, letter of application, writing sample, dossier with three letters of reference & official transcript, & two course proposals (one for an introductory level course & one more specialized course) to: Dr. Robert Zamsky, Chair, Search Committee, Division of Humanities, New College of Florida, 5800 Bay Shore Road, Sarasota, FL 34243-2109. Review of applications will begin December 1 & continue until position is filled. For disability accommodations, contact Chair a minimum of five (5) days in advance at (941) 487-4360. AA/EOE.=


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