Moreau Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of Notre Dame
The Moreau Academic Diversity Postdoctoral Program in collaboration with the Department of Classics invites applications from specialists in the literature, history or culture of ancient Greece, who will also contribute to the intellectual vibrancy, cultural competency, and research excellence of The University of Notre Dame. The selected fellow will engage in a comprehensive research, teaching, and mentoring experience. More information on the Moreau Postdoctoral Fellowship program can be found at http://postdocs.nd.edu/moreau-postdoctoral-scholars/. Information about the Department of Classics can be found at http://classics.nd.edu.
Moreau postdoctoral appointments are for a one-year term and are renewable for a second year. They will carry a starting annual salary of $50,000. Health insurance and $5,000 for relocation/research expenses will also be part of the fellowship package. Applicants must have completed all requirements for the doctoral degree by August 2016. Applicants must have legal authorization to work in the United States.
Promising candidates who meet one or more of the following criteria are eligible to apply:
- Scholars whose research focuses on Gender or Ethnic Studies;
- Scholars whose experience, teaching and/or research promise to enhance cultural competency and diversity within the American educational landscape or who are interested in exploring the implications of such work for liberal education in the Catholic tradition;
- Scholars with a track record of involvement in initiatives aimed at promoting diversity in higher education through teaching or research;
- Scholars from one of the populations underrepresented historically in American higher education (e.g., Women, Native American, African American, Asian American, or Latino/a).
Applicants should be prepared to teach courses in Greek and Latin language and literature at all levels, and to offer courses in classical literature and culture in translation.
Review of complete applications will begin December 1, 2015. Preliminary interviews will take place at the Annual Meeting of the SCS in San Francisco (January 2016). Please apply through Interfolio with the following link: http://apply.interfolio.com/32634.
Complete dossiers will include a letter of application, cv, three letters of recommendation, and evidence of teaching experience and research.
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