Assistant Professor - French Modernism
- Department of French, University of California, Berkeley
- Location details
- Berkeley, CA
- Position type
- Professor, Assistant
- Organization type
- 4-year college or university
- English, French
- Interdisciplinary, Technology and digital media, Humanities, Literature, non-English, Literature, other minority, Literature, multicultural
- Employment category
- Tenure Status
- Tenure or tenure track
The Department of French at the University of California, Berkeley invites applications for a tenure-track position as Assistant Professor of French.
We seek a scholar working in 19th-, 20th-, and/or 21st-century French Studies. Interdisciplinary research, especially in one or more of the following areas, will be an asset: poetry; theater and performance; Francophone African literatures and cultures; visual culture; digital media; intermediality; ecocriticism; critical theory; critical race theory.
We encourage applications from individuals who will contribute to diversity in higher education and who show the potential to advance the department’s goal of a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive scholarly environment.
The department is committed to addressing the family needs of faculty, including dual career couples and single parents. We are also interested in candidates who have had non-traditional career paths or who have taken time off for family reasons, or who have achieved excellence in careers outside academia.
For information about potential relocation to Berkeley, or career needs of accompanying partners and spouses, please visit: https://ofew.berkeley.edu/new-faculty
About the Department:
In the Department of French at UC Berkeley, our dedicated and creative teachers and scholars share a commitment to excellence in teaching, whether it is in an introductory French class, a specialized course for majors (all of which are taught in French), a course on French literature in translation, or an advanced graduate seminar. We encourage independent and innovative thinking and research at both undergraduate and graduate levels.
For its undergraduate majors, minors and graduate students, the Department of French at UC Berkeley provides thorough coverage in all periods of both French and Francophone literatures and cultures. It combines this coverage with an array of related fields and topics – from literary history and theory to philosophy, to social and cultural theory, to historical and contemporary linguistics, to the study of gender and sexuality, critical race theory, colonial and post-colonial studies, historiography, visual arts and film, music, popular culture, and politics. We participate fully in the interdisciplinary emphasis that has traditionally distinguished study and research at Berkeley. Many of our faculty members are affiliated with other programs in the University (with the Departments of Comparative Literature, Italian Studies, and Linguistics, with programs in Romance Languages and Literatures and in Medieval Studies, with Graduate Designated Emphases in Critical Theory, Film Studies and in Women, Gender, and Sexuality, Renaissance and Early Modern Studies, and with the Berkeley Language Center, the Center for the Study of Sexual Culture and the Center for Race and Gender).
Department website: https://french.berkeley.edu/
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