Assistant Professor of Russian Language and Literature, New College of Florida, Deadline: December 4

Assistant Professor of Russian Language and Literature, tenure track

Tenure-track appointment approved for Russian Language and Literature
beginning August 2010. Ability to teach all levels of Russian language
and broad teaching competence in Russian Literature required;
specialization in nineteenth and early twentieth-century prose. Native
or near-native fluency in Russian and English.   Teaching load four
courses per year (2/semester, January term, no summer session), plus
supervision of tutorials, independent study projects, and senior
theses. New College of Florida, the Honors College of the state
university system of Florida, is an innovative liberal arts
institution with 800 students, located on Florida’s Gulf Coast:
http://www.ncf.edu

Candidates should show evidence of active scholarship, demonstrated
commitment to teaching undergraduates, and ability to teach courses in
translation that contribute to a strong program in Literature that
spans national traditions. Ph.D. in hand or dissertation completed by
the date of appointment. Salary competitive. Send curriculum vitae,
letter of application, three letters of reference, graduate
transcripts, article-length writing sample, three one-paragraph course
proposals (include one language and one literature-in-translation),
and teaching evaluations and/or teaching statement, as well as a video
of a teaching demonstration of a Russian class if available.

Address to:

Dr. Glenn R. Cuomo, Chair, Search Committee, Division of
Humanities, New College of Florida, 5800 Bay Shore Road, Sarasota, FL
34243-2109: humanities@ncf.edu. Deadline: December 4, 2009 postmark.
Electronic preferred. Applications will be acknowledged. In accordance
with Florida law, a security background investigation is required as a
condition for hiring.  For disability accommodations, contact Daniel
Hernandez a minimum of five (5) days in advance at (941) 487-4360.
EOE/AA/ADA/WMA.

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