JOB: Latinist @ Temple (non-tenure)

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The Department of Greek and Roman Classics at Temple University invites
applications from candidates for a possible (pending final budgetary
authorization) non-tenure-track, full-time position for 2011-12. This
position will appear in the March Positions for Classicists.

The department has particular needs in Latin language and Roman culture.
Evidence of successful teaching experience, especially in first-year
language and civilization courses, is essential. Some of the teaching
will be in Temple’s foundational General Education course, Mosaic
(http://www.temple.edu/provost/gened/courses/MosaicHumanitiesSeminar.html).
This position has the possibility of renewal, pending continued funding
and satisfactory performance. Candidates should send *ONLY* a cover
letter, by e-mail, with curriculum vitae (as attachments, preferably in
PDF format), indicating ability and experience for teaching Greek, Latin
and classical culture courses at all undergraduate levels.

*Candidates should only send dossiers if requested.*

Address applications to Professor Robin Mitchell-Boyask,
robin AT temple.edu. Our mail address
is: Department of Greek and Roman Classics, 321 Anderson Hall, 1114 W.
Berks St., Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, 19122. Review of
applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the
position is filled. To receive full consideration initial applications
should arrive by 31 March 2011.

Questions and informal inquiries are welcome. More details about this
search are available at http://www.temple.edu/classics/jobs, and
candidates are urged to consult this page before sending their applications.

Temple University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
and encourages applications from women and minorities.

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