Saturday, November 01, 2008

Some good news: Richard Stockton College seeking a medievalist

by J J Cohen

Remember this discussion? Behold tidings of some joy.
Medieval Literature, Assistant Professor Tenure Track
The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey seeks applicants for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Medieval Literature to start September 2009. Ph.D. from a literature department or appropriate area studies program required for this position. Successful candidate will teach a wide range of courses in medieval literature, which may include Chaucer and the History of the English Language, as well as core courses in support of the Literature curriculum. Candidates with experience or interest in developing innovative and interdisciplinary courses and curricula are desired. Teaching load is six four-hour courses per year, which includes two self-designed courses in Stockton’s interdisciplinary General Studies program. Candidates who can enhance the Literature Program’s commitment to diversity through teaching, scholarship and service are encouraged to apply. Academic experiences with culturally diverse populations desired. Salaries competitive, $50,843-$58,471; excellent benefits.
Apply: Send letter of application, CV, statement of teaching philosophy, and three letters of recommendation by November 14, 2008, to Dr. Robert Gregg, Dean of Arts and Humanities, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, AA118, P.O. Box 195,Pomona, NJ 08240-0195. On-line applications can be sent to Screening will continue until position is filled. Stockton is an equal opportunity institution. Screening Begins: Immediately. Screening Ends: November 14, 2008. Bargaining Unit: AFT

1 comment:

William Patrick Wend said...

This is great news. Whoever it is who ends up replacing Dr. Tompkins will have some pretty large shoes to fill.