Binghamton University

BINGHAMTON UNIVERSITY S.U.N.Y – BINGHAMTON, NY

Beginning Fall 2010, Visiting Assistant Professor in Classics (Department of Classical and Near Eastern Studies) and Medieval Studies, two years, possibility of renewal. We primarily seek a broadly trained classicist/medievalist to teach Latin all levels. Additional coursework will likely include: lecture course in classical and/or late antique studies; interdisciplinary, introductory course in medieval-early modern studies; graduate seminar in palaeography, codicology, or similar. Preference to those possessing teaching competence in ancient Greek (all levels). Scholarly interests complementing teaching needs. The successful candidate will teach 3/3 load. This position entails affiliation with, and participation in, BU’s Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (CEMERS). No other departmental or service-related responsibilities. Salary commensurate with credentials and experience. Position approved for funding by the University administration. Evidence of a viable scholarly program definite plus. No particular scholarly specialization, but primary and secondary expertise distributed between literary-cultural production of classical/late antique Roman world and Latin Middle Ages. Especially desirable: interdisciplinary foci, interest in material culture, teaching engaging students, all levels, undergraduate and graduate. Degree in hand by commencement of appointment. Online submission of application materials. Submit a letter, CV, evidence of teaching effectiveness via Interview Exchange http://binghamton.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=17810, standard PC/Mac-readable formats (e.g., word doc, pdf) only. Send three letters of recommendation to: Andrew Scholtz, Search Committee Chair, Department of Classical and Near Eastern Studies, PO Box 6000, Binghamton University, State University of New York, Binghamton, NY 13902. ascholtz@binghamton.edu, telephone 607-777-3820. Receipt deadline: 30 April 2010. Expect electronic acknowledgment of receipt. Binghamton University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

BINGHAMTON UNIVERSITY – BINGHAMTON, NY

Beginning Fall 2010, Visiting Assistant Professor in Classics (Department of Classical and Near Eastern Studies), one year replacement position, funding approved. We primarily seek a broadly trained classicist to teach Latin at all levels and innovative topics courses in translation, particularly in biography/historiography. The successful candidate will teach a 3/3 load; no other departmental or service-related responsibilities. Salary commensurate with credentials and experience. Evidence of a viable scholarly program a plus. Especially desirable: interest in material culture, teaching competence in ancient Greek (all levels), interdisciplinary foci, teaching that engages students at all undergraduate levels. Degree in hand by commencement of appointment. Online submission of application materials: submit letter, CV, and evidence of teaching effectiveness via Interview Exchange:  http://binghamton.interviewexchange.com/candapply.jsp?JOBID=18303 standard PC/Mac-readable formats (e.g., word doc, pdf) only. Send three letters of recommendation to: John H. Starks, Jr., Search Committee Chair, Department of Classical and Near Eastern Studies, PO Box 6000, Binghamton University SUNY, Binghamton NY 13902. jstarks@binghamton.edu, telephone 607-777-4524. Review of applications will begin April 30, 2010 and will continue until the position is filled. This position is different/in addition to the position listed in the March 2010 edition of Positions for Classicists and Archaeologists. If you are interested in consideration for BOTH positions at Binghamton University in 2010/11, indicate this clearly in your cover letter, and submit electronic materials separately for each position, but send only one set of recommendation letters by mail. Expect electronic acknowledgment of receipt. Binghamton University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

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