Department:Comparative Literature Rank:Instructor Annual Basis:9 Month
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Department Summary The home of the premier journal in the field, and the first program on the West Coast to offer the Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, our department provides a point of convergence for the most exciting lines of inquiry within the Humanities and beyond. Our mission is that of giving shape and shelter to a conversation whose participants are drawn not only from the various departments of language and literature (English, Romance, East Asian, Classics, Russian, German and Scandinavian) but also from Philosophy, History, Art History, Cinema Studies, Anthropology, Ethnic Studies, Journalism and Communication, and Music.
The Department of Comparative Literature is situated in the Humanities Division of the College of Arts and Sciences and offers undergraduate major and minor degrees and graduate doctoral degrees in comparative literature.
Position Summary Announcing an Open Pool for Pro Tem Instructors in Comparative Literature at the University of Oregon. The Department of Comparative Literature at the University of Oregon is seeking qualified applicants for its open instruction pool. Positions are limited duration appointments potentially renewable for up to a total of three years. In limited circumstances, there is the possibility of renewal beyond three years based on programmatic need, funding and performance. Potential courses may include undergraduate courses in comparative literature.
Minimum Requirements A Ph.D. by the start of the position and teaching experience consistent with likely assignments in the Department of Comparative Literature are required.
All offers of employment are contingent upon successful completion of a background inquiry.
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