DATE OF NOTICE: February 29, 2008
CLOSING DATE: Priority will be given to completed applications received by 4:00 p.m. on Friday, March 28, 2008 in the HR Office. The position will remain open until filled.
LOCATION: Boulder County Campus
STARTING DATE: August 18, 2008
POSITION: Regular full-time faculty
(subject to the 2008/2009 budget plan)
The Faculty of Arts and Humanities at The University of Western Ontario (http://www.uwo.ca/arts/) invites applications for the position of Director of Writing, Rhetoric, and Professional Communication. This tenured position at the rank of Associate or Full Professor is scheduled to commence 1 July 2008.
Stony Brook University’s Writing and Rhetoric Program is seeking one postdoctoral fellowship. The two-year fellowship, which comes with a possibility of a renewal for a third year, enables scholar-teachers in the field of writing and rhetoric studies to teach in an established program with opportunity to participate in a vibrant Writing Center, a strong workshop series, an annual Writing and Rhetoric Colloquium, and other areas related to the field. Fellows will teach two courses in one semester and three courses in the other semester and pursue their research and publication projects.
Multiple full-time lecturer positions available in the Writing and Rhetoric Program. Duties include teaching first-year and advanced composition and mentoring graduate students. One to three year renewable (10 month) contract. MA and three years of teaching experience required. Specialization in Rhetoric and Composition preferred. Salary: $36,500 with an MA; $38,000 with a PhD. Summer employment opportunities also, as well as tuition remission and health and retirement benefits. The University at Stony Brook is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.
Assistant Professor of English in Rhetoric and Gender Studies for a joint appointment in English and Women’s Studies to teach and develop graduate
and undergraduate interdisciplinary courses on gender. The successful candidate will be able to contribute to a new PhD in English with tracks in
Rhetoric & Textual Studies and Professional Writing & New Media. We welcome applications from all areas in English studies, with preference given to
the history of rhetoric, race and ethnic studies, or feminist rhetorical theory. Requirements: PhD in English, Rhetoric, or related discipline by