Assistant Professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies

The Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, in collaboration with the UNF English program, invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor of Spanish and Latin American studies with a specialization in at least one of the following areas: Mexican, Central American, and/or Mexican-American/Chicano literature; migration/border studies. Ecocritical approaches to Latin American literature and cultural studies would be welcome. A PhD (completed by August 3, 2022) in Spanish, Hispanic Literatures, or a related field, is required: only candidates who will have the PhD in hand by that date should apply. This position (3-3 teaching load), together with promotion and tenure appraisals, will be based in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures. As part of their 3-3 teaching load, the successful candidate will teach at least one English-language course related to their field of expertise per year. That course will be with the UNF English program. Our department considers the diversity of our students to be an essential element in the success of our academic programs. We are committed to hiring faculty who share our dedication to student-centered teaching and mentoring practices, particularly supporting students from underrepresented groups.   Applicants must complete an online application and submit (i) a letter of interest, (ii) a current curriculum vita, (iii) a statement of teaching philosophy, (iv) transcript. Please include at least three references and their contact information on the application.

Review of applications begins November 30, 2021.

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