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Shakespeare Studies Job Opening

Lecturer in Shakespeare Studies

The Northern Arizona University Department of English seeks applicants for the position of Lecturer in Shakespeare Studies. Duties include teaching four courses per semester including surveys, Shakespeare, and other literature courses such as poetry or drama. Additional professional development, research, and service expectations will be determined in consultation with the Chair of English. The successful applicant is expected to teach on-campus and also develop courses for web delivery. This is a non-tenure track, benefit-eligible lecturer position in the English Department, located on the Flagstaff, AZ campus. Review of applications will begin on April 7, 2020.
Minimum Qualifications

Ph.D. in Literature or related field by August 17, 2020
Experience as instructor of record teaching literature at the college level
Graduate coursework in Shakespeare studies

Preferred Qualifications

Teaching excellence in Shakespeare studies
Expertise in a secondary field such as poetry or drama
Online course development and teaching experience
A record of scholarship and publication in Shakespeare studies
Demonstrated commitment to working with diverse populations

Northern Arizona University has a student population of 31,073, including approximately 23,000 on its main campus in Flagstaff and the remainder at more than 20 locations statewide and online. While our emphasis is undergraduate education, we offer a wide range of graduate programs and research. Our institution has carefully integrated on-campus education with distance learning, forming seamless avenues for students to earn degrees. Flagstaff has a population of about 70,000, rich in cultural diversity. Located at the base of the majestic San Francisco Peaks, Flagstaff is 140 miles north of Phoenix at intersection of Interstate 17 and Interstate 40. The university is committed to a diverse and civil working and learning environment.

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