Assistant Professor - Modern Iberia

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The Department of Spanish and Portuguese seeks to fill a full-time, tenure-track position, beginning August 2020, to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in modern Iberian literature and culture. The teaching load is 2 courses per semester. Specialization is in literary and cultural manifestations of modernity in the Iberian Peninsula, circa 1700-1900. While the position concentrates on this period, candidates with a broader chronological and interdisciplinary scope are encouraged to apply. 

PhD in the field required by August 15, 2020. Candidates should have native or near-native command of Spanish and English, a strong research agenda and commitment to teaching and liberal arts education. Knowledge of another Peninsular language would be a plus. The Department is especially interested in candidates whose research is theoretically driven and demonstrates an innovative approach to the study of literature and culture.

Review of applications will begin on November 15, 2019.

Interested candidates should submit their application at  Submit a letter of application, writing sample, CV and three letters of support electronically. Applicants are also invited to submit a statement addressing their contributions to diversity through research, teaching, and/or service. Please send any questions to

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