Commensurate with Experience
The School of Music at the University of South Carolina is accepting
applications and nominations for a full-time position in Music History to
begin in August of 2007. All areas of musicological expertise will
be considered; scholars with a research interest in music prior to 1650
are particularly encouraged to apply.
Maintain excellence in scholarly research and
publication; serve on graduate examination committees and advise doctoral
papers; teach undergraduate and graduate courses in music history and
Ph.D. in Musicology or the History of Music
Theory; proven record or promise of significant achievement in scholarly
research, publication, and (if applicable) performance; outstanding oral
and written communication skills. College-level teaching experience is
University of South Carolina in Columbia, founded in 1801, is the
flagship institution of a seven-campus, fully accredited, state-supported
system. The School of Music is an independent unit on campus and a
dynamic leader for music and music education in America with a full-time
faculty of 44, and a student population of 325 undergraduate and 120
graduate majors representing numerous states and countries. Degrees are
offered through the doctoral level in performance, piano pedagogy, music
education and composition. A recently constructed music building offers
state-of-the-art teaching, performing, and classroom space.
Applicants should send a letter of application,
curriculum vitae, three current letters of recommendation to:
Chair, Music History Search Committee
University of South
Columbia, SC 29208
The search process will continue until the position is filled, but
priority screening will begin on November 1, 2006.
The University of South Carolina is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.