The English department at the University of Colorado Denver invites applications for a Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Rhetoric and Composition, pending budgetary approval. Applications in any area of rhetoric, composition, or writing studies are welcome; candidates specializing in cultural rhetorics, critical race theory, digital studies, and/or professional writing are particularly encouraged to apply. Applicants must demonstrate the potential to maintain an active publication agenda and to develop an excellent teaching record.
The University Writing Program at Brandeis University invites applications for two full-time lecturers, beginning Fall 2020. We seek experienced instructors with backgrounds in professional writing, including writing for business and science writing. Candidates must demonstrate commitment to, and excellence in, undergraduate teaching as well as experience in the teaching of writing. A PhD is preferred; an MA will also be considered.
PRIMARY FUNCTIONS: Create, implement, and sustain a short and long-term, dynamic vision for the peer tutoring component of the writing center. Teach in the classroom and in individualized sessions in the Jacobson Center. Play a leading role in departmental and institutional faculty development. Design, implement, and participate in writing assessment and other Jacobson Center projects. Enhance and maintain the Jacobson Center’s website.
Call for Proposals: Special Issue of Pedagogy
Undergraduate Research as a Future of English Studies
Guest Editors: Kristine Johnson and J. Michael Rifenburg
We will be conducting searches for the following two Lecturer positions for Writing Programs in the English Department of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at ASU, both with a start date of August 2019:
Lecturer Specialty: Rhetoric and Composition—Project-Based Writing Pedagogies
Lecturer Specialty: Rhetoric and Composition: Digital Pedagogies
CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS
Nevertheless She Persisted: Women’s Rhetorics of Trauma and Survival in Higher Education
Lisa Emerson, Massey University, and Susan Thomas, The University of Sydney
Call for Applicants:
Assistant Editors for WPA: Writing Program Administration
The editors of WPA: Writing Program Administration seek advanced graduate students to serve as an assistant editors for a one-year term beginning in July 2019. The assistant editors will aid the editorial team with copyediting, correspondence, and social media management.
The Writing and Rhetoric Program in the Department of English invites exceptionally qualified candidates for a non-tenure track faculty position at the level of Instructor. We are seeking candidates whose teaching, research, and/or graduate course work positions them to excel in one or more of the following areas: teaching first-year composition to multilingual students, teaching technical and/or scientific writing to multilingual students, teaching online, and teaching courses in rhetorical and writing theory.