Liberal Arts Faculty, Full Time
Search run in Spring 2023 (candidates to begin in Fall 2023).
The Department of Liberal Arts at the Juilliard School seeks applicants for one or two full-time assistant professor positions: a Rhetoric Composition/Writing Studies Specialist and/or a historian, social scientist or specialist in a related area (for example, global historian). All candidates must have experience teaching First-Year Writing. Successful applicants must be dedicated to the department’s core curriculum, which emphasizes critical reading and writing, cross-cultural thinking, and the humanities and social sciences.
Candidates must have the Ph.D. in hand upon application and must have significant teaching experience as the instructor of record. For Rhetoric Composition/Writing Studies specialists, a Ph.D. in Rhetoric Composition or Writing Studies is preferred, but applicants from related disciplines will be considered. Expertise in multilingual writing, learning disabilities, or multimodal composition preferred. The Rhetoric Composition/Writing Studies specialist will also support the mission of the Writing and Communication Center.
The successful candidate will be expected to teach three course sections per semester. While Juilliard does not grant tenure, faculty may be eligible for renewable two- or three-year contracts after a specified length of employment at Juilliard and upon review.
Applicants should submit:
1. a letter of interest that includes a brief discussion of teaching experience, current scholarship, and approaches to teaching and research
2. a curriculum vitae
3. a more detailed statement of teaching philosophy, including an explanation of the manner in which a commitment to equity, diversity, inclusion, and belonging translates into classroom practice (2 pages or 1000 words max).
All materials should be received by March 15, 2023. Late applications may be considered until the position is filled. After an initial review, some applicants will be asked to submit letters of recommendation, and a writing sample. The interview process will include meeting(s) with the hiring committee and a teaching demonstration.
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