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The Department of World Languages at the University of South Florida is seeking candidates for an appointment to a nine month tenure track position in Classics at the rank of Assistant Professor, effective August 07, 2013.  Salary negotiable.

Responsibilities: Teach Latin and Classical Greek (all levels), Classical Mythology, Greek and Roman Literature in Translation, and Greek and Roman Civilization. The successful candidate must exhibit a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching and to developing and expanding the Classics Program.  Conduct, present, and publish research and engage in other professional activities. Participate in governance in the department, college, and university.

Qualifications: Minimum—PhD. in Classics and/or Comparative Literature by August 7, 2013.  Expertise in Classical Greek and Latin at all levels. Excellent communication skills in English.

Preferred—Evidence of successful teaching undergraduate courses in Classics. Evidence of scholarly productivity and promise. Strong background in theory.

To Apply: Complete dossier requires a cover letter describing applicant’s qualifications for the position, C.V., sample course syllabi and teaching evaluations, and a sample of applicant’s scholarly work (preferably a sample publication). Materials must be submitted electronically through the USF Human Resources online employment application system:

Dossiers must be uploaded and complete by November 30, 2012. 

Three (3) letters of professional recommendation and an official graduate transcript from the Registrar are also required and must be received by 11/26/2012. Mail to: Ms. Myrna Lugo, University of South Florida, WLE CPR 107, 4202 E. Fowler Ave., Tampa, Fl 33620 to view complete advertisement. 

According to Florida Law, applications and meetings regarding them are open to the public.  For ADA accommodations, please contact Myrna I. Lugo at 813 974-5510 or at least five working days prior to need.  USF is an Equal Opportunity Institution.

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