- University of Dallas
- Location details
- Irving, TX
- Position type
- Organization type
- 4-year college or university
- Employment category
- Tenure Status
- Non-tenure track
- Academic Hiring Standards
- Hiring standards
The University of Dallas Constantin College of Liberal Arts is hiring for an Affiliate Assistant Professor of Spanish with interest in Contemporary Latin American literature, especially poetry. Secondary interests in translation, Spanish for the professions, and/or Spanish for Heritage learners are desirable. This is a full-time, nine-month, renewable, non-tenure-track position. The start date is August 16, 2022.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND REQUIREMENTS
This position involves teaching a wide range of lower and upper-division courses in language, literature, and culture outside the specialization. Course load is three courses per semester. Candidates should have a PhD at time of appointment, native-like command of Spanish, and university teaching experience beyond their specialization. Candidates should demonstrate scholarly potential and be willing to engage in both departmental and university service.
Applications for the position should be made online. Applicants should submit a CV, letter of intent, and contact information for three recommenders. Additional application materials may be requested at a later date. Review of submissions will begin on December 16th and continue until position is filled.
WHO WE ARE
The University of Dallas is a Catholic university that seeks to educate the whole person, encouraging its students to pursue wisdom, truth and virtue as the proper and primary ends of education (http://www.udallas.edu/about/mission.php). All faculty members are expected to understand and support the mission.
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