The Classics Department at Gettysburg College seeks an adjunct instructor or instructors for three courses approved and scheduled for Fall 2021: a combined 200/300 Latin course (historians); a 200-level Roman History course (cross-listed with History); and Latin 102, second semester Beginning Latin.
Ph.D. or ABD in Classics or Ancient History with teaching experience. We seek one or more instructors who have a genuine interest in teaching within the liberal arts environment and strongly encourage applications from candidates who can contribute to the diversity of our community. Gettysburg College will resume its residential program in the fall.
Applicants should send a cover letter describing their teaching philosophy and experience, curriculum vitae, and the names and email addresses of three professional references who can address the candidate’s teaching. Send inquiries and applications to Dr. GailAnn Rickert, Chair, Department of Classics: email@example.com Applications will be accepted and reviewed until May 31st or until filled. Interviews (through Zoom) will be arranged for selected candidates.
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