The Department of English at Utah State University (USU) seeks applications for a postdoctoral teaching fellowship in in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century American literature and culture. Desirable specializations include poetry, especially women’s poetry; gender and sexuality studies; and ethnic studies. This is a one-year appointment on the Logan USU campus for the 2021-2022 academic year, beginning August 2021, with the possibility of renewal for a second year.
The fellow will teach literature and American Studies at different levels of the curriculum: general education, undergraduate majors, and/or graduate courses, depending upon departmental needs and the fellow’s area of specialization. These courses will be face-to-face on the Logan campus, or hybrid face-to-face and online, depending on university policies regarding the Covid-19 pandemic. The teaching load is 6 total courses, split between Fall and Spring semester.
The successful applicant will have earned a Ph.D. in in a relevant field (e.g. English, American Studies, or Comparative Literature) by August 1, 2021, and have a record of teaching excellence and active research. The Department especially seeks applicants who bring to their academic careers the important perspective that comes from the experiences of members of groups historically underrepresented in higher education in the United States. Accordingly, scholars from diverse racial/ethnic backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.
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Review of applications will begin on April 28, 2021, and continue until the position is filled.
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For further information about the Department of English, see english.usu.edu. Utah State University is a Carnegie Research University (High Research Activity) of 22,000 students, located in Logan, Utah. Details about USU can be found at www.usu.edu and www.usu.edu/greats. Women, minority, veteran, and candidates with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Utah State University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.
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