UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER, Department of Religion and Classics, invites applications for a two-year appointment as non-tenure Assistant Professor of Classics. Specialization: The department seeks candidates whose research area is Classical Greek literature, preferably with a focus on tragedy or comedy. Candidates should be prepared to contribute to a small but thriving undergraduate Classics program at a leading research institution. Courses to be taught include Latin and Greek at all undergraduate levels, ancient Greek literature, literature courses in translation, and introductory Greek history and civilization. The ability to teach a course on ancient gender and sexuality, reception studies, Greek philosophy, or Greek religion would also be welcome.
Potential for continuing scholarly achievement and demonstrated excellence in teaching is essential. Ph.D. expected prior to appointment. Candidates should be prepared to teach undergraduate courses at all levels (six courses per year) and be eager to make distinguished contributions to the growth and enhancement of Classics at the University through scholarly research and publication, teaching, co-curricular activities, and fostering undergraduate research.
Applicants should apply and upload a CV online at: www.rochester.edu/faculty-recruiting. Applicants should click on “view open positions” where a list of department folders will be visible. For information about the Department of Religion and Classics please visit the website at: www.sas.rochester.edu/rel/.
In addition to completing an on-line application and uploading a letter of application and current CV, applicants should have 3 letters of recommendation submitted to their online application. If assistance is needed with the application or letters of recommendation please contact Caleb Rood at email@example.com. Candidates whose applications are received by 20 March 2023 will be considered for video-conference interviews in March/April, but applications will be continuously reviewed until the position is filled.
In addition to completing an on-line application and uploading a letter of application and current CV, applicants should have 3 letters of recommendation submitted to their online application.
The University of Rochester, an Equal Opportunity Employer, has a strong commitment to diversity and actively encourages applications from candidates from groups underrepresented in higher education.
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