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Adams State College (CO) - Asst. Professor, spec. in Medieval & Renaissance - OFFER ACCEPTEDEdit

Generalist with a specialization in Medieval and Renaissance British Literature. Tenure track. The successful candidate will teach upper division courses in Shakespeare, Survey I of British Literature, Survey of World Literature I, first-year composition and introductory literature courses. The teaching load is four courses per semester (12 hours).

Please send letter of application, CV, undergraduate and graduate transcripts (copies accepted, though official transcripts are required at time of appointment); a brief course description with a reading list for a Medieval and Renaissance survey that the candidate would develop once at ASC; a list of five professional references; and three current letters of recommendation (at least two of which must address teaching experience) to Dr. David MacWilliams, Chair, Medievalist and Renaissance Search Committee, Adams State College, Alamosa, CO 81101.

Review of applications begins January 17, 2012 and will continue until position is filled. Applications will be acknowledged by department letter. Adams State College is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please see full position announcement on line: http://www.adams.edu/administration/hr/eng_thea_comm_for_lang/eng_thea_comm_for_lang.php

Chronicle

Deadline: review begins Jan. 17

Acknowledgment received: 2/10 (x1), 2/14 (x2)

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview):

Phone interview scheduled: 2/22 (x1)

Rejection (after phone interview):

Campus interview scheduled: 2/24 (x1)

Rejection (after campus interview): 4/20 (email - said offer had been made)

Offer made: Um offer was made to me on 4/18. I accepted on 4/19.

Offer accepted: 4/19.

NOTES:

A campus interview, really? I literally just had a telephone interview and was told they are still at the stage. Super weird.

That is odd. Given that they only gave everyone a week to get all of those materials to them, I suspected from the beginning that there was an internal candidate that they had already planned on hiring.

I'm not an internal candidate, but I am from the state. I don't know if that had something to do with the early campus interview or not. The search chair said they were pressed for time.

Also posted at Renaissance 2012

Alfred University (NY) - Visiting Assistant Professor of Medieval Studies - OFFER MADEEdit

Visiting Assistant Professor – Medieval Studies

Alfred University invites applications for a one-year visiting assistant professor position in medieval studies, beginning in August 2012. This is a joint position between the Division of English and the Division of Human Studies. The successful candidate will have a primary field in either medieval literature or medieval history with a demonstrated ability to teach courses in the other discipline. Secondary fields are open, but candidates with an interest in teaching courses outside of the British and Anglophone traditions are especially encouraged to apply. We seek candidates with a demonstrated commitment to undergraduate teaching excellence and scholarship. The teaching load is three courses (12 hours) per semester, including general education literature and history, as well as courses for the majors in English and history. Alfred University is an AA/EOE. Send an application letter, curriculum vitae, evidence of excellence in teaching and scholarship, and three letters of recommendation or list of references to Medieval Search, Division of Human Studies, Alfred University, One Saxon Drive, Alfred, NY 14802. Electronic applications may be sent to medievalsearch@alfred.edu. Applications will be acknowledged. We will begin reviewing applications May 15th .

Deadline: review begins May 15

Acknowledgment received: May 17 (letter dated May 8), May 19 (letter dated May 10); May 23 (letter dated May 15)

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview):

Skype interview scheduled: 6/4

Rejection (after phone interview):

Campus interview scheduled:

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made: (Chair of search committee stated offer was made, 6/19)

Offer accepted:

NOTES:

Columbus State University (GA) - OFFER ACCEPTEDEdit

The Department of English invites PhDs in medieval literature to apply for a tenure‑track position at the assistant professor rank. The department currently enrolls about 200 undergraduate majors in four tracks: Literature, Professional Writing, Creative Writing, and English and Secondary Education. The candidate hired will teach upper division courses in his/her area of specialty, world literature, and core English courses. Summer teaching optional. The department has a strong tradition of participation in interdisciplinary courses and study abroad programs.



For additional information about the University visit our website at http://www.ColumbusState.edu/.



The position requires a PhD in English with emphasis in medieval literature. A successful criminal background check will be required as a condition of employment.

 For full consideration, submit a letter of application, current curriculum vitae, copy of transcripts, three letters of recommendation, and a teaching portfolio with sample syllabi to Dr. Susan Hrach, Department of English, Columbus State University, 4225 University Avenue, Columbus, Georgia 31907‑5645. Review of applications will begin November 10, 2011, and continue until the position is filled. Applications for part‑time and full‑time faculty positions must include transcripts of all academic work, and official transcripts must be presented prior to campus visit if selected for interview.

From MLA JIL 10/7/11

Deadline: Nov. 10

Acknowledgment received: 11/2 (x2), 11/8, 11/10 (x4), 11/14 (x1)

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview):

Phone interview scheduled: 12/7 (phone & email); 12/8 (by email)

Rejection (after phone or MLA interview):

Campus interview scheduled: 1/19 (by phone)

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made: 2/17 (by phone)

Offer accepted: 3/5

NOTES:

Contacted department chair and learned it is a 4/4 teaching load (10/13)

Connecticut College - JOB ACCEPTEDEdit

Assistant Professor of Medieval Literature (Tenure Track)

The Department of Literatures in English at Connecticut College invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in medieval literature, beginning July 1, 2012. Specializations that provide opportunities for collaboration with the College’s interdisciplinary Centers, as well as other departments and programs, are especially encouraged. The Department has instituted a new Concentration in Race and Ethnicity and is especially interested in candidates whose teaching will contribute to it.

The successful candidate must show promise or significant achievement in research and publication in medieval literature. The position offers opportunities for collaboration with departments such as Classics, History, Religious Studies, Gender and Women’s Studies, and Art History, the College’s interdisciplinary Centers, and the Medieval Studies program. Departmental courses are typically small seminars. All department members teach courses at all levels.

Applicants are requested to send a letter detailing their research and teaching interests, a curriculum vitae, and a short writing sample (20 pp. maximum).Three confidential letters of recommendation should be sent under separate cover to: David Greven, Chair, Department of Literatures in English, Box 5505, Connecticut College, 270 Mohegan Ave, New London, CT 06320

Completed dossiers received in the department by November 1, 2011, will receive full consideration. Some further information on the department is available at http://www.conncoll.edu/departments/english .Tenure-track faculty members teach a 3-2 load (2-2 in the first year). In addition to providing ongoing strong support for teaching and research, the College offers the following resources for pre-tenured faculty: a summer stipend for the first two years, a supplementary research fund, and a semester’s sabbatical after a successful third-year review. A/EEO.

From MLA JIL 9/13/11

Deadline: Nov. 1

Acknowledgment received: 10/19 (X2), 11/8, 11/9 (x4)

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview):

MLA interview scheduled: 12/15 (x2)

Rejection (after phone or MLA interview):

Campus interview scheduled: by email 1/13 (x1) -- there have been a total of four campus visits.

Rejection (after campus interview): March 1 by email

Offer made: sometime in February I guess

Offer accepted: February/March

NOTES:

This seems to be a repeat of a search that did not succeed last year.

  • Is there no word on this? Seems to be getting down to the wire for MLA. (12/14)
  • A friend of mine told me he got a call today, 12/14...... . .the waiting game sucks, let's play hungry hungry hippos.
  • So I'm guessing if I haven't heard from now, I'm out of the picture. Darn! (12/16)
  • I hear ya. It looked like a wonderful department.

Concordia University (Montreal, Quebec) - OFFER ACCEPTEDEdit

Tenure-Track Position in Medieval Literature and Culture. The Department of English at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec invites applications for one tenure-track position in Medieval Literature and Culture. Candidates should have research interests from the high to the late Middle Ages, teaching experience, a completed PhD (or one very near completion), publication(s), and secondary strengths in one or more of the following: digital humanities research; early modern literature; other medieval European vernacular literatures; Old English and/or medieval Latin language and literature.

Applications must consist of a cover letter, a current curriculum vitae, copies of recent publications, a statement of teaching philosophy/interests, a statement of research achievements, and evidence of teaching effectiveness. All applications must include a writing sample of 25 pages. Candidates must also arrange to have three letters of reference sent directly to the departmental contact.

Dr. Jason Camlot, Chair, Department of English, Concordia University, 1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W., S-LB 685-7, Montreal, Qc. H3G 1M8. chaireng@alcor.concordia.ca http://english.concordia.ca/

Subject to budgetary approval, we anticipate filling this position, normally at the rank of Assistant Professor, for July 1, 2012. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position has been filled. All applications should reach department no later than November 1, 2011. All inquiries about the position should be directed to Dr. Camlot (chaireng@alcor.concordia.ca).

For additional information, please visit our website at http://artsandscience.concordia.ca. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada will be given priority. Concordia University is committed to employment equity.

From MLA JIL 9/13/11

Deadline: Nov. 1

Acknowledgment received: 10/26, 10/28, 11/3

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview):

Phone or MLA interview scheduled:

Rejection (after phone or MLA interview):

Campus interview scheduled: 12/9 (by phone)

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made: <--date?

Offer accepted: (26/3)

NOTES:

Pretty typical for Canadian schools to skip conference interview and go straight short-list.

Five candidates interviewed on campus. Last interview 25 Jan.

Found out that three internal (working there now) or otherwise favored (i.e. recently worked there and remain well-connected) candidates were interviewed. Wonder when offer was made. <-- May I ask how you found out this information? (From a graduate student who knows the department well. Not sure if it's even relevant information! Feel free to delete if not suitable for the wiki.)

--- I am curious to know on what basis the commenter makes the assertion that these candidates are "favored." Just because you're an internal candidate does not mean that you will walk into a job. I think the information is certainly "relevant," though. It is useful to see who actually makes it to the final selection stage.

Dominican College (NY) - CAMPUS INTERVIEW SCHEDULEDEdit

Assistant Professor of English- tenure track Position commences Fall, 2012. Candidates must have a PhD in English

Dominican College in Rockland County, 20 miles north of NYC, invites applications for the position of Assistant Professor of English. Experience in, and commitment to, teaching various levels of English Composition and Introductory Literature courses required. Scholarly specialization in Early Modern British, Shakespeare, or Medieval.

Dominican College is a private institution with approximately 2,000 students and 400 faculty and staff. Committed to building its programs upon a strong liberal arts foundation, the College offers an array of undergraduate and graduate degree opportunities in the liberal arts and sciences, business, and the professions.

Please submit curriculum vitae, cover letter including a statement of teaching philosophy and three professional references by January 17, 2012 to: human_resources@dc.edu AA/EOE

From MLA JIL 12/2/11

Deadline: review begins

Acknowledgment received: 12/8, 1/3 (email from HR), 1/9 (email from HR), 1/10

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview):

Phone interview scheduled: [From Renaissance page: "1/30 (phone) (x2); 1/30 (Skype)"]

Rejection (after phone interview):

Campus interview scheduled: [From Renaissance page: " 2/20"]

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made:

Offer accepted:

NOTES:

Also posted at Renaissance 2012

Emory University, Oxford College - Asst. / Assoc. Professor of Lit. & Composition - OFFER ACCEPTEDEdit

Oxford C, 100 Hamill St, Oxford, GA 30054. http://www.oxford.emory.edu

Assistant or Associate Professor of English Literature and Composition. Emory University invites applications for a tenure-track full time position in English in its Oxford College, beginning in August 2012. PhD required, expertise in Shakespeare, Early Modern and/or Medieval Literature preferred, interest in the teaching of writing required. The candidate should have teaching experience. Teaching responsibilities are six courses per year, three freshman writing courses and three literature courses at the 200-level and above.

Please send CV, letter of application including statements of teaching philosophy and research/scholarly interests, sample syllabi, evidence of excellence in teaching, and the names and contact information of three people willing to provide references to: Dr. Lucas Carpenter, Humanities Division, Oxford College of Emory University, 100 Hamill Street, Oxford, GA 30054. Review of applications will begin December 15th. No applications will be accepted after this date. Please indicate availability for initial interview at the 2012 MLA Convention in Boston. Emory University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.

Oxford College is a specialized division of Emory University that provides a transformative, liberal arts intensive program for the first two years of the Emory baccalaureate degree. Located 38 miles east of Atlanta, the fully residential Oxford campus enrolls 900-950 freshman and sophomore students who continue their studies as juniors and seniors on the Atlanta campus. Oxford’s students are known for their curiosity, their interest in learning for learning’s sake, and their engagement in campus and community life. Faculty members in the humanities normally teach three courses per semester in classes that average 24 students. Some make the learning process the object of their scholarship while others pursue more traditional forms of scholarship; involving Oxford’s undergraduate students in scholarship is strongly encouraged. The College provides support for ongoing faculty professional development and the scholarly resources of one of the world’s leading research universities.

From MLA JIl 10/21/11

Deadline: review begins Dec. 15, 2011

Acknowledgment received: 11/19, 11/26, 12/9

Request for additional materials: (from Renaissance page):Jan 17, 2012 (x 2)

Rejection (no interview):

SKYPE interview scheduled: [From Renaissance page: " 1/25"]

Rejection (after SKYPE interview):

Campus interview scheduled: According to Renaissance page, 3 campus interviews have been scheduled (apparently in early Feb).

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made:

Offer accepted: [From Renaissance page: "[acceptance posted 3/30]"]

NOTES:

Also posted at Renaissance 2012 & Rhetoric/Composition 2012

11/25/11: I'm assuming that "MLA 2012 in Boston" is probably in error, yes?

Yes. And I think you will find that that isn't the only error they will make. Should you get an interview, ask them what their retention rate is for junior faculty (it isn't good), and then ask about the leadership style of the department chair.

12/15: Has anyone heard from these folks? Are they still planning on interviewing at MLA?

12/18: Not a word. I looked on their faculty page, and there are FOUR visiting people. Is this a real search?

12/21: Still nothing?

1/11: Anyone know anything about the status of this search? Has it been cancelled?

1/11: Apart from a letter acknowledging receipt of my materials, I have not heard anything from these folks.

1/13: Is there any way to find out if they interviewed anyone other than their 4 "visiting" people?

  • 2/2 I can confirm that they interviewed by Skype at least one applicant who was not one of their visiting faculty.

Erskine College (SC) - CAMPUS VISITS REQUESTEDEdit

The English Department at Erskine College has an opening for an Assistant/Associate Professor of English with specialization in medieval English literature to begin fall 2012. This is a tenure track position. Preference will be given to candidates with secondary expertise in several of the following: literary criticism, history and grammar of the English language, young adult literature, Victorian literature, creative writing, journalism, and theater.

Responsibilities: Successful candidates must show a strong commitment to teaching excellence and serious scholarship. The normal teaching load, eight courses per academic year, includes freshman composition and introductory literature courses.Successful candidates must show a strong commitment to teaching excellence and serious scholarship. The normal teaching load, eight courses per academic year, includes freshman composition and introductory literature courses.

Qualifications: Ph.D. in English, teaching experience, and evidence of serious scholarship. Application Process To ensure full consideration, submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae (including undergraduate and graduate English courses taken), and three professional references complete with contact information to: jobs@erskine.edu. Please list the job title and specialization area in the subject line of the email.

Chronicle

Deadline: Open until filled

Acknowledgment received: 10/19, 10/30

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview):

Phone or MLA interview scheduled:

Rejection (after phone or MLA interview):

Campus interview scheduled: 12/19 (email) 12/20 (phone)

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made:

Offer accepted:

NOTES:

Has anyone seen an application deadline listed for this position?

Better read the school's mission statement; here's some information of potential relevance to applicants: http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2011/09/08/english_professor_at_erskine_known_for_defending_science_is_fired --

29/10/2011: Adding to this, since I was doing a bit of pre-covering letter research, there's some important things to note from the mission statement and the employee handbook (http://www.erskine.edu/faculty-staff/Handbook-8-5-2011.pdf).

From the former:

The mission of Erskine College is to equip students to flourish by providing an excellent liberal arts education in a Christ-centered environment where learning and biblical truth are integrated to develop the whole person. Therefore, Erskine seeks candidates for faculty positions who are professing Christians and who are committed to excellence in teaching and service.

And the latter, just in case that seems vague:

Faculty Employment
Erskine employs as new faculty members only Christians who have consented in writing to the Philosophy of Christian Higher Education statement, including its definition of an evangelical Christian, and the appropriate College or Seminary Mission Statement. Implementation of this policy shall be the responsibility of the President.

Fordham University, Lincoln Center (Manhattan) campus - OFFER ACCEPTEDEdit

Assistant Professor of Medieval Literature [15518]

The Fordham English department invites applications for a tenure-track position in medieval literature to begin at our Lincoln Center (Manhattan) campus in September 2012. The position will provide opportunities to teach at the undergraduate and graduate levels and to participate in the scholarly activities of Fordham's interdisciplinary Medieval Studies program. We seek candidates with a fourteenth-century research focus and a capacity to teach the major figures of fourteenth-century poetry at the graduate level. Applicants must have the Ph.D. in hand by the time of appointment. Please submit an application letter and CV by October 15 through Interfolio at http://www.interfolio.com/apply/3084. Interviews will take place at the MLA convention in Seattle. Fordham is an independent, Catholic university in the Jesuit tradition that welcomes applications from men and women of all backgrounds. Fordham is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.

From MLA JIL 9/13/11

Deadline: Oct. 15

Acknowledgment received: Oct 11, Oct 13, Oct. 14 (x2), Oct 17, Oct 18

Request for additional materials: 11/03 x (2)

Rejection (no interview): 2/21 (by mail)

MLA interview scheduled: 11/28 (x2)

Rejection (after MLA interview):

Campus interview scheduled: 1/16

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made: yes

Offer accepted: yes [posted 2/24]

NOTES:

Does anyone know anymore details about this position? I'm curious if this is the same position as last year or if it is for another branch of the program and maybe if who are they looking for differs by much?

A: It looks like last year's position was filled. So this is a new or extra line? This ad is very specific about desire for fourteenth century expertise (as opposed to last year's more open-ended ad). Also, this position seems to be for a different campus.

A: This is indeed a new and different position. Fordham has (for the purposes of this position) two campuses: The historical one in Rose Hill (the Bronx), where the Center for Medieval Studies is located, and the Lincoln Center campus, which will be the home base for the position which is advertised. But these campuses both belong to the same administrative unit (ONE English department, two locations, with a shuttle service between the two) and are closely interconnected.

Rejection letter received 2/21 says they "eventually settled on another candidate"

Letter received 2/28 also mentions 93 applicants, if anyone is curious.

Franklin & Marshall College - VAP in Medieval Lit.Edit

The Franklin & Marshall English Department invites applications for a one-year Visiting Assistant Professorship in Medieval literature, beginning in the fall of 2012. Other secondary teaching fields also considered. Evidence of scholarly activity, a commitment to undergraduate teaching, and a Ph.D. required. The 3/2 teaching load will include no composition.

Please submit a letter of application, c.v., graduate transcripts, three letters of recommendation, a writing sample, and, if possible, teaching evaluations to: Patrick S. Bernard, Chair, English Department, Franklin & Marshall College, P.O. Box 3003, Lancaster, PA 17604-3003. F&M is a highly selective private liberal arts college with a demonstrated commitment to cultural pluralism. EOE. Application deadline: March 27, 2012. We will not accept materials submitted electronically.

LINK (HigherEdJobs.com)

Deadline: March 27

Acknowledgment received: 4/2

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview):

Phone interview scheduled:

Rejection (after phone interview):

Campus interview scheduled:

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made:

Offer accepted:

NOTES:

5/23 - Any news?

Governors State University (IL) - 1 yr. VAP, Early British Lit. - CAMPUS INTERVIEW SCHEDULEDEdit

Position's Functional Title: Visiting Assistant Professor, British Literature. Department: Liberal Arts, CAS. Location: University Park. Posting Number: 0201215

Position Start Date: 08-08-2012

Position End Date: 06-01-2013

Position Summary: Applications are invited for a one-year sabbatical replacement for the 2012-2013 academic year, at the rank of Visiting Assistant Professor. The successful candidate will be able to teach broadly in earlier British (pre-Romantics) literature. Desirable secondary areas include composition and/or world literature. Anticipated teaching assignments will include upper-level undergraduate courses, with the strong potential for teaching in our M.A. program. High priority will be given to candidates with demonstrated teaching excellence, publications, and completed Ph.D.

Governors State University is the only regional, public, comprehensive university in Chicago's south suburban area, serving approximately 7,750 students. GSU provides affordable and accessible undergraduate and graduate education to culturally and economically diverse students with undergraduate tuition that is the most affordable in the state.

Established in 1969, GSU emphasizes excellence, access, and innovation. Students benefit from the university's high academic quality, range of convenient class times, increasing hybrid and online, and off campus offerings, and outstanding educational value. GSU is committed to securing and maintaining academic accreditation for programs where accreditation is available. Furthermore, GSU seeks to become a national leader in successful transfer of community college students to universities and recently introduced the Dual Degree Program with features such as tuition lock-in at GSU for academically eligible community college students who commit to earn an Associate Degree and attend college full-time.

The campus, conveniently located in University Park, Illinois, is characterized by the quiet of its scenic 760 acre campus amidst vigorous suburban and business growth, towns of character and interest, along with Metra access to the vibrancy of the Chicago Loop, just 35 miles away. The campus and surrounding community enjoy the excellent cultural offerings of Governors State University's Center for Performing Arts, as well as its acclaimed Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park.

Minimum Qualifications: Successful applicants must have a Ph.D. with an emphasis in earlier British literature. ABDs will be considered, with completion date by start of contract. Candidates must have college-level teaching experience, and demonstrate the ability to work with students, faculty and staff.

Preferred Qualifications: Preference will be given to candidates with qualifications in composition and/or world literature, and those with a strong research agenda in earlier British literature.

Closing Date: Open Until Filled (posted 1/17/12)

Special Instructions to Applicants: A complete application will include a cover letter addressing qualifications, a curriculum vitae, and a list of 3 - 5 professional references with contact information. Also, please attach scanned copies of transcripts.

Online App. Form: https://employment.govst.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=52168

Deadline: Open until filled (posted at HigherEdJobs.com 1/20/12)

Acknowledgment received:

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview):

Phone interview scheduled:

Rejection (after phone interview):

Campus interview scheduled:[from Renaissance page: "4/16/12 via email"]

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made:

Offer accepted:

NOTES:

Also posted at Renaissance 2012 & Restoration/18th-Century 2012

John Carroll University - OFFER ACCEPTEDEdit

Assistant Professor of English, Medieval Literature. Primarily responsible for teaching Old English and Middle English literature at the undergraduate and Master’s levels, history of the English language and/or contemporary English grammar, the British literature survey, and an occasional Latin course in the Classical and Modern Languages and Cultures Department. Tenure track, beginning fall 2012. 3-3 course load. PhD required by the beginning of appointment. Evidence of publication and a commitment to teaching. Please submit cover letter, cv, transcripts, and three letters of reference to Dr. John McBratney, Chair, at jmcbratney@jcu.edu, or at Department of English, John Carroll University, 20700 North Park Blvd, University Hts, OH 44118. Transcripts must be official and sent by mail. Postmark deadline: Tuesday, November 15, 2011. Applications will be acknowledged. We will interview at MLA. John Carroll University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and is the Jesuit university in Cleveland.

From MLA JIL 9/13/11

Deadline: Nov. 15

Acknowledgment received: 10/28 (email); 11/14 (email) x4; 11/21 (email); 11/27 (email) x1

Request for additional materials: 12/2 (email) x 12

Rejection (no interview): 12/16 (email); 12/17 (email); 12/19 (email) x3

MLA interview scheduled: 12/17 (phone) (x5), 12/18 (email)

Rejection (after MLA interview): 1/26 (nice email x2)

Campus interview scheduled: 1/25 (phone)

Rejection (after campus interview): 3/2 (email)

Offer made: 3/2 (rejection email mentioned offer made)

Offer accepted: 3/10

NOTES:

There is a medievalist VAP currently teaching at JCU.

Lindenwood University-Belleville (IL) - Asst./Assoc. Prof., Medievalist Preferred - POSITION ACCEPTEDEdit

Lindenwood University-Belleville, Assistant/Associate Professor of English. Lindenwood University-Belleville's Division of Humanities invites applications for a full-time faculty position in English, preferably Medievalist, at the assistant or associate professor level. Located in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area in Belleville, Ill., LU-Belleville is a dynamic liberal arts university that has experienced substantial growth and development. LU-Belleville is an extension site of the main Lindenwood University campus in St. Charles, MO. Preference will be given to candidates with a record of teaching excellence and involvement with undergraduate research; an earned Ph.D. in English or closely related discipline is required. The normal teaching load is 12 hours per semester; additional responsibilities include academic advising and committee membership, and undergraduate research is encouraged and supported. The incumbent will teach four courses per semester plus either summer or January interim. Courses will be introductory, as well as upper division, undergraduate English, beginning August 2012. Application materials, including a CV, statements of teaching philosophy and research interests, unofficial transcripts, and contact information for three references, must be sent by e-mail in a single PDF or Word file to: Dr. Richard Boyle, Lindenwood Vice President of Human Resources, at rboyle@lindenwood.edu or by U.S. Mail to Lindenwood University Executive Offices, Attn: Richard Boyle, Ph.D., 209 S. Kingshighway, St. Charles, MO 63301. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled. Lindenwood University is an equal opportunity employer.

Chronicle (posted 4/16/12)

Deadline: open until filled

Acknowledgment received:

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview):

Phone interview scheduled: 4/30 (x1)

Rejection (after phone interview): 5/21 (x1)

Campus interview scheduled:

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made: 5/31

Offer accepted: 6/5

NOTES:

Manhattanville College (NY) - medieval or Renaissance lit. - CAMPUS INTERVIEW SCHEDULEDEdit

Position Title: Tenure-track Assistant Professor of British Literature. A PhD in medieval or Renaissance British literature is required; specialty open. The successful candidate will teach period surveys, courses on Shakespeare (introductory through advanced), and courses in areas of his/her expertise.

Note Also: "First-round interviews will be held at MLA. Please incorporate into a single PDF a cover letter, CV, and statement of teaching philosophy, and send the PDF to humanresources@mville.edu by November 15, 2011. Fall 2012 is our anticipated start date subject to budgetary approval."

Links: HigherEdJobs

Deadline: Nov. 15

Acknowledgment received: Acknowledgement of materials received by Human Resources 9/15, 10/10, 10/25 (x2), 11/7, 11/10

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview):

MLA interview scheduled: [from Renaissance 2012: "12/15 (email)"]

Rejection (after MLA interview):

Campus interview scheduled: [from Renaissance page: "2/10"] 2/9, 2/10, 2/13

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made:

Offer accepted:

NOTES:

Also posted at Renaissance 2012

Anyone on the medieval side get an interview?

Minnesota State University (Mankato) - British Lit. - Asst. Prof. - CAMPUS INTERVIEW SCHEDULEDEdit

Specialist in British literature prior to the 19th century to teach a variety of introductory, upper-level and graduate courses, including Shakespeare, British literature survey courses, and the department's introductory course in linguistics. In addition, must be prepared to teach composition and writing-intensive general education literature courses. An ability to teach online or hybrid courses is desirable. Teaching load : 12 credits (3 courses) per semester. Also required: continued scholarly activity, undergraduate and graduate advising, service on MA thesis committees and department committees. Fixed-term positions are for one academic year; there is a possibility that the position may be extended on an annual basis for up to four years.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Doctorate in English literature or related field by August 20, 2012.
  • Specialization in British literature prior to the 19th century.
  • Demonstrated preparation to teach survey courses in British literature prior to the 19th century.
  • Demonstrated preparation to teach Shakespeare.
  • Demonstrated preparation to teach linguistics.
  • Relevant scholarly activity.
  • College-level teaching experience in literature and writing.

For more information and application materials, please see http://agency.governmentjobs.com/mankato/default.cfm

Full Position Description from HR (LINK)

Deadline: Review of applications begins January 9, 2012, and will continue until position is filled.

Acknowledgment received:

Request for additional materials: 1/27 (by phone)

Rejection (no interview): 2/29 (by email)

Phone interview scheduled:

Rejection (after phone interview):

Campus interview scheduled: [From Renaissance page: "2/23"]

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made:

Offer accepted:

NOTES: They didn't actually do preliminary interviews - they just asked for materials, made phone calls to references, compiled a list of candidates from that, whittled it down to the short list, and then went straight to the campus visit stage.

Also posted at Renaissance 2012 & Restoration/18th-Century 2012

Northern State University (SD) - OFFER MADEEdit

Position Title: tenure-track Asst. Prof of English. Specialization in medieval literature and able to teach the history of the English language. Experience teaching beginning Latin and/or secondary education preferred.

Links: HigherEdJobs

Deadline: Review of applications begins 'as early as December'

Acknowledgment received:

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview): 3/2 (by mail)

Phone or MLA interview scheduled: 1/7

Rejection (after phone or MLA interview): Rejection letter indicated they'd picked another candidate.

Campus interview scheduled:

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made:

Offer accepted:

NOTES:

Notre Dame of Maryland University - medieval, renaissance, or classic world lit. - OFFER ACCEPTEDEdit

The English Department invites applications for a tenure‑track assistant professor position with primary expertise combining two or more of the following areas: medieval, renaissance, or classic world literature, literary theory and history, rhetoric and composition. We will also consider secondary areas of interest that fall outside these parameters. Applicants must provide evidence of scholarly productivity and demonstrate ability to teach introductory, advanced undergraduate, and graduate courses. Teaching responsibilities include expository writing, undergraduate literature courses, and graduate courses in our new MA program. Ph.D. in English required at time of hire. Teaching load is 4/3, with some classes delivered in weekend and evening format. Qualified candidates should visit http://ndm.interviewexchange.com and apply on‑line. Please provide a cover letter describing teaching and research interests, current vita, evidence of effective teaching (may include a statement of teaching philosophy, syllabi, and/or course evaluations), three letters of recommendation, and a critical writing sample. Questions may be referred to Dr. Jeana DelRosso, Department Chair of English, Notre Dame of Maryland University, 4701 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21210, jdelrosso@ndm.edu. Applications should be received by November 11, 2011.

From MLA JIL 9/15/11

Deadline: Nov. 11

Acknowledgment received: 11/9, 11/10

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview):

MLA or phone interview scheduled: (Renaissance page notes that MLA interview took place)

Rejection (after MLA or phone interview):

Campus interview scheduled:

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made:

Offer accepted: 3/15--Rejection email says "After a lengthy search, we identified a candidate, who has since accepted our offer."

NOTES:

Any word on this job?

12/21: Not for me--I was in contact with them about a CV update about two weeks ago, and though they were receptive to my news, were also silent on where they were in the search process.

Also posted at Renaissance 2012, Rhetoric/Composition 2012 & Generalist 2012

Ohio State University - Historical Linguistics / History of English - OFFER ACCEPTEDEdit

The Ohio State University. Department of English

Web Address: http://english.osu.edu

Job Rank: Assistant Professor. Specialty Areas: Historical Linguistics.

Description: The Department of English at The Ohio State University seeks a tenure-track assistant professor specializing in the history of the English Language from earliest times to the spread of global Englishes. Training in sociolinguistics and/or historical linguistics would be an advantage, possibly with an interest in American dialects or the language of literary texts. Preference will be given to candidates whose interests integrate well with other areas of this large and diverse department, which include all fields of English and American literature, folklore, rhetoric, digital media, and literacy studies. Responsibilities include teaching graduate and undergraduate classes in English grammar and history of English (2:2 load), with opportunity for special topics courses. Ph.D. in hand required at time of appointment.

Preliminary interviews at MLA convention and LSA meeting. The Ohio State University is an Equal Opportunity /Affirmative Action Employer. GLBT people, women, minorities, Vietnam-era veterans, disabled veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Send cover letter, C.V., three letters of recommendation, and teaching transcript by Nov. 1 to the application email address below, or mail to Professor Richard Dutton at the application address below.

  • Mailing Address for Applications:
  • Professor Richard Dutton, Chair
  • Department of English
  • Ohio State University
  • 421 Denney Hall, 164 W. 17th Ave.
  • Columbus, OH 43210
  • USA
  • Email Address for Applications: englishjobs@osu.edu

LinguistList

Deadline: 01-Nov-2011

Acknowledgment received: 31 Oct.

Request for additional materials: [from Linguistics 2011-2012] "11/10: Received request for writing sample [x3]"

Rejection (no interview):

SKYPE interview scheduled: [from Linguistics page: "11/30: Received request for Skype interview [x2]"]

Rejection (after MLA or LSA interview):

Campus interview scheduled: yes, see below.

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made:

Offer accepted:

NOTES:

Also posted at Linguistics 2011-2012

Contacted chair about teaching transcript: it is a list of all courses taught with description. (10/14)

1/13 - Campus visits for this position are currently underway.

3/15 - Offer accepted.

3/19 - One proud Alma Mater

Stanford University (Open Rank) - CAMPUS INTERVIEW SCHEDULEDEdit

Open–rank tenured or tenure-track position in Medieval Literature. The Department of English at Stanford University is seeking to fill a tenure-track or tenured position in medieval literature, at the Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor rank. We welcome applications from scholars across a wide range of areas in the field, from the early to the late Middle Ages, especially those whose work speaks to other specialties in the discipline of English and beyond. Record or potential of distinguished scholarship and effective teaching at both graduate and undergraduate levels is required. Candidates are requested to submit a cover letter, c.v., and a detailed statement of research and teaching interests (no more than 5 pages) by October 21, 2011, to Medieval Search, English Department, Stanford University, 450 Serra Mall - Building 460, Stanford CA 94305-2087. We expect to interview at MLA.

From MLA JIL 9/13/11

Deadline: Oct. 21

Acknowledgment received: 11/3

Request for additional materials: Oct. 31 (x3)

Rejection (no interview): (email) 12/5 (x6), 12/12 (x2)

MLA interview scheduled: 12/8

Rejection (after MLA interview):

Campus interview scheduled: 1/13

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made:

Offer accepted:

NOTES:

If you don't mind my asking, how were you notified that they weren't inviting you to interview?

I was notified via a friendly e-mail, which was pretty much what I expected. They're trolling for big game; that's not me.

Email for me too. I had to apply, but if I were Stanford I wouldn't want me :)

Moi aussi, mes amis (i.e., both posts above. Big game am I not! Better things await us small fish . . . ;-)

Does anyone know how many people applied?

I was wondering if any of the people notified by e-mail, were also asked to submit additional materials?

Sweet Briar College - 1 yr. VAP of Medieval Lit. & Culture: POSITION CANCELLEDEdit

Visiting Assistant Professor of Medival Literature and Culture .

The English Department of Sweet Briar College invites applications for a full-time, one-year replacement position in Medieval Literature and Culture at the assistant professor rank for 2012-13 academic year. This position is contingent on the receipt of funding.

Expertise in Old English and/or Middle English literature is required; interdisciplinary expertise is also desirable (e.g., the medieval bases of Western thought, gender studies, medieval art and architecture, or Biblical studies).

Requirements: PhD preferred in English, Comparative Literature with English as the major language, or Medieval Studies with a specialty in literature; demonstrated commitment to and excellence in college-level teaching; and evidence of scholarly activity. Teaching load is three courses per semester, including introductory literature courses, intermediate and advanced courses for the major (such as topics courses in Medieval Literature and History of the English Language), and one section per term of the College’s first-year writing course. Collaboration with other faculty members participating in the Medieval/Renaissance Studies minor is expected.

Sweet Briar College, founded in 1901, is a selective four-year liberal arts college for women. The average class size is 12; the student faculty ratio is 8:1. The College is committed to a diverse faculty, staff, and student body. Situated between Lynchburg and Charlottesville, in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the campus is one of the most beautiful in the country. Richmond, Roanoke, and Washington, DC are all within driving distance. Campus housing is available.

Send letter of application, c.v., writing sample, and three letters of recommendation to Dr. Marcia Robertson, Chair, Department of English, Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, VA 24595. Deadline for competed applications is December 7. EOE.

From MLA JIL 11/23/11

Deadline: Dec. 7

Acknowledgment received: 01/06 (x3)

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview):

Phone interview scheduled:

Rejection (after phone interview):

Campus interview scheduled:

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made:

Offer accepted:

NOTES:

Any word on this job? Are they interviewing at MLA?

12/22: I've heard nothing (acknowledgement, response, etc.), even after I sent off a short e-mail to the chair to update my CV 2 weeks ago.

1/6: E-mail acknowledgement indicated a decision on interviews within the month, contingent on funding.

1/18: I never received any acknowledgement, via e-mail or otherwise. Anyone else in my boat?

2/21: Contacted the chair about this job - she said that she would have news on the position soon, so it's not a goner yet.

5/15: Just heard from a friend that the funding for the position fell through.

University of Arkansas at Little Rock - History of English - SKYPE INTERVIEW SCHEDULEDEdit

General or English Linguistics

Department: English

Rank: Tenure-Track Assistant Professor

"The candidate will be expected to teach such courses as Introduction to Linguistics, Grammatical Analysis, History of the English Language, and to develop the Department's Linguistics Minor. Desired secondary emphases include Medieval Literature (including the Anglo-Saxon period), World Literature, and the digital humanities. Familiarity with the issues related to English-Secondary Education would also be beneficial."

HigherEdJobs.com

Deadline: Screening of applications will begin November 18, 2011.

Acknowledgment received:

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview):

MLA or phone interview scheduled: contacted for scheduling a Skype interview, 2/10 (phone and email)

Rejection (after MLA or phone interview):

Campus interview scheduled:

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made:

Offer accepted:

NOTES:

Also posted at Linguistics 2011-2012

University of Cardiff - Lecturer in English Literature - OFFER MADEEdit

Cardiff University - Cardiff School of English, Communication and Philosophy. The School of English, Communication and Philosophy is seeking to appoint an individual to a lectureship in English Literature, tenable from 1 September 2012, or as soon as possible thereafter. You will have already begun to develop an exciting research profile in Medieval Literature. Expertise in Gender and Queer Studies is also welcome but not necessary.

Salary: £30,122 - £35,938 per annum (Grade 6) £38,140 - £44,166 per annum (Grade 7).

This is an open-ended, full-time position of 35 hours per week.

For informal enquiries regarding this post, please contact Dr Carl Phelpstead on +44 (0) 29 2087 4245, PhelpsteadC@cardiff.ac.uk

Head of School, Professor Martin A. Kayman on +44 (0)29 2087 6049, KaymanM@cardiff.ac.uk

jobs.ac.uc.uk/

Deadline: February 24th

Acknowledgment received: 2/1 (x2), 2/27

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview): email 4/3

Campus interview scheduled:

Rejection (after campus interview): 5/14

Offer made: 5/10

Offer accepted:

NOTES:

UC Davis - OFFER ACCEPTEDEdit

The Department of English, University of California, Davis, invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in medieval English literature (with specialization anywhere within the years 1100 to 1500). PhD or ABD (degree completed by summer 2012) required. We seek candidates with the achievement or promise of a strong record of scholarship and publication, a commitment to excellence in teaching, and the desire to work collaboratively with the vibrant community of medievalists on our campus. Responsibilities will include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, mentoring students, serving on dissertation committees, and actively participating in all aspects of the life of the department. To ensure consideration prior to the MLA convention, submit letter of application, c.v., dossier containing at least three letters of recommendation, and a writing sample of 20-25 pages (to be uploaded as PUBLICATION) to Seeta Chaganti, Chair of the Search Committee. The position is open until filled. For full consideration, applications must arrive no later than November 10, 2011.

Links: CHE & UC Davis HR

Deadline: Review of applications begins Nov. 10

Acknowledgment received: 10/10, 11/2 x2, 11/4 x2, 11/8, 11/10

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview): 5/7 (x1)

MLA interview scheduled: 12/13 (x2)

Rejection (after MLA interview):

Campus interview scheduled:

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made:

Offer accepted: OFFER ACCEPTED (not by me)

NOTES:

  • Anyone else get word on interviews?
  • Just getting around to updating my entry now. Let's hope they are talking to more than two of us!

University of Connecticut -- Associate Professor of Medieval Studies (Chaucer) - OFFER ACCEPTEDEdit

Associate Professor of Medieval Studies. The English Department at the University of Connecticut, Storrs campus, invites applications for a FT (9-mo.) tenured faculty position at the Associate Professor level, with a research focus on Geoffrey Chaucer and his period, to start fall 2012. Minimum Qualifications: Ph.D. in English or other appropriate field; expertise in Geoffrey Chaucer and his period; record of distinguished publications in Medieval literature, and effective teaching and mentoring at the graduate/undergraduate levels; and evidence of engagement in institutional and/or professional service. Preferred Qualifications: Expertise/experience in: European/Mediterranean Studies, digital humanities, history of the book, and/or gender studies; one or more published monographs; ability to contribute through research, teaching, and/or public engagement to diversity and excellence of the learning experience. Equivalent foreign degrees acceptable. Selected candidate will teach upper-division and graduate classes in these and related fields, and occasionally survey/general education courses. Appointment is at Storrs campus with possibility of work at regional campuses. Salary is competitive based on qualifications. Visit us at http://english.uconn.edu/ and http://www.medievalstudies.uconn.edu/. Apply to Husky Hire at www.jobs.uconn.edu , by uploading cover letter, CV, evidence of teaching experience, and 15-25 page writing sample online. Five (5) letters of recommendation should be sent to: Wayne Franklin, Head, Department of English, Medieval Search, 215 Glenbrook Road, Unit 4025, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, 06269-4025. Applicant screening will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. Preliminary interviews at MLA. The University of Connecticut is an EEO/AA employer.

Links: Department Website

Deadline: Review of applications Immediately (posted 11/2)

Acknowledgment received:

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview):

MLA interview scheduled:12/14 (x2), 12/20

Rejection (after MLA interview):

Campus interview scheduled: 1/11

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made: 2/14

Offer accepted:

NOTES:

University of Mary Hardin-Baylor - Assistant/Associate ProfessorEdit

The University of Mary Hardin Baylor's College of Humanities has a full-time, tenure-track faculty position in English, beginning in August of 2012. English Faculty Responsibilities: Teach all levels of English classes including freshman composition and sophomore-level literature. Upper-level classes would include Chaucer, Milton, and Shakespeare. Full-time faculty members typically will teach 12 hours per semester with three course preparations. Qualifications: PhD with a specialization Medieval, Renaissance, or Early Modern literature. ABD will be considered if candidate is graduating in the spring (a completed doctorate degree is required for tenure track). Candidate must show evidence of being able to teach Shakespeare, Milton, and Chaucer at the senior (4000) level. Special consideration will be given to candidates with a specialization in at least one of the three authors. Candidate must be active, committed Christian. TO APPLY: Please submit a completed UMHB employment application along with cover letter, CV, transcript copies and evidence of quality teaching performance to www.umhb.edu (Resources, Employment) or by mail to Human Resources Department, UMHB, 900 College Street, Belton, TX. 76513. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled.

Links: Chronicle Ad

Deadline: Review of applications Immediately [posted in Chronicle Dec. 16, 2011]

Acknowledgment received: 11/16

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview):

Phone or Skype interview scheduled:

Rejection (after phone or Skype interview):

Campus interview scheduled:

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made:

Offer accepted:

NOTES:

Also posted at Renaissance 2012

University of Massachusetts - Boston - Medieval English Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowship - OFFER ACCEPTED Edit

The UMass Boston English Department is offering one non-renewable Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowship of two years, beginning Fall 2012. The Teaching Fellow will receive guidance from a dedicated mentor in the development of a reflective pedagogy for teaching English Studies to the global student body of the 21st century. Some of the unique features of this program are: an opportunity to teach at an urban, public university with the most diverse student body in New England; development of increasing skill in teaching at the introductory and advanced levels; and professionalization through participation in the university's annual teaching conference. Responsibilities include: a 2+3 course load, participation in departmental pedagogy meetings, and one teaching presentation in the second year.

Specific qualifications include: Ph.D. in English granted within three years of the start of the postdoctoral fellowship; expertise in Medieval literature and ability to teach advanced courses in the Medieval period; ability to teach history of the English language; interest in teaching two of our gateway to the English major courses: "Five British Authors" and "Understanding Literature;" ability to work effectively with a diverse student body in discussion-based classes; and commitment to the values of a reflective teaching practice.

Applications must be received by July 13, 2012. Please apply online with your cover letter, CV, and writing sample of no more than 20 pages. File size is limited to 2MB each.

Letters of reference will be accepted via email only to lisa.greggo@umb.edu with file size limited to 2MB or less.

The fellowship includes a $45,000 salary plus benefits. We regret that we cannot provide travel reimbursement.

Contact: University of Massachusetts - Boston Online App. Form: http://umb.interviewexchange.com/candapply.jsp?JOBID=32993&jobboard=148

HigherEdJobs.com

Deadline: July 13

Acknowledgment received:

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview):

Phone or Skype interview scheduled: 7/15

Rejection (after phone or Skype interview):

Campus interview scheduled:

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made: 7/23

Offer accepted: Yes [posted 7/27]

NOTES:

Also posted at Humanities and Social Sciences Postdocs 2011-12

University of Memphis - OFFER ACCEPTEDEdit

The University of Memphis Department of English, a Ph.D.-granting department, is seeking a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Medieval English literature. The successful candidate will demonstrate strong potential as a teacher and scholar.

Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate classes in medieval literature and the history of the English language, the undergraduate Early British Literature survey (Medieval through mid-eighteenth century), and, as needed, a variety of other undergraduate and graduate courses, as well as carrying out an active research and publication agenda.

Applicants will upload a cover letter, CV, a reference list and e-mail addresses of three (3) references, and one article reprint at time of application: Online Application Form

HigherEdJobs.com

Deadline: Review of applications begins Nov. 1

Acknowledgment received:

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview): 4/9

MLA interview scheduled: 12/2 (x4) (by phone)

Rejection (after MLA interview): 1/25

Campus interview scheduled: <---date?

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made: yes [posted 2/24]

Offer accepted: yes [posted 3/6]

NOTES:

90+ applicants.

University of Mississippi - VAP, History of English / Old English - JOB OFFEREDEdit

The Department of English at the University of Mississippi invites applications for the position of Visiting Assistant Professor of English at the University's branch campuses. The successful candidate will be able to teach courses primarily in the History of the English Language and Old English, and secondarily in Middle English literature. Candidates should have a Ph.D. in hand, demonstrable teaching experience and research agenda. The term of the appointment is two years and the teaching load is 3-3.

Apply online at http://www.olemiss.edu/depts/hr/. Applicants are requested to submit a cover letter, c.v., and a list of three referees. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. The University of Mississippi is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA employer. For further information, contact Professor Gregory Heyworth (heyworth@olemiss.edu).

Chronicle

Deadline: open until filled

Acknowledgment received:

Request for additional materials: 11/16 by email (x4), 11/30

Rejection (no interview): 12/16 by email (x2)

Phone interview scheduled: 12/15 by email

Rejection (after phone interview):

Campus interview scheduled:

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made: 01/11

Offer accepted:

NOTES:

University of Mobile - British lit. before 1800Edit

The University of Mobile announces a tenure‑track opening for an assistant professor of English beginning August 2012. Ph.D. required by start date. The preferred candidate will be a specialist in an area of British literature before 1900. The department is seeking an energetic scholar‑teacher whose work actively engages the Christian tradition. The faculty member will teach a 4/4 course load, typically including two sections of freshman composition, one world literature survey, and one upper‑level course each semester.

 Applicants should submit a cover letter and curriculum vitae by November 15 to Dr. Katherine Abernathy, British Search Chair, Department of Humanities, University of Mobile, 5735 College Pkwy., Mobile, AL 36613. Applicants should also send a copy of their letters and vitae electronically to Dr. Katherine Abernathy at katherine@mail.umobile.edu. Preliminary interviews will be conducted by phone conference.

From MLA JIL 9/30/11

Deadline: Nov. 15

Acknowledgment received:

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview):

Phone interview scheduled:

Rejection (after phone interview):

Campus interview scheduled:

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made:

Offer accepted:

NOTES:

Also posted at Renaissance 2012 & British Open 2012

University of New Mexico, Albuquerque - POSITION ACCEPTEDEdit

Position Summary: The Department of English at the University of New Mexico invites applications for a probationary appointment leading to a tenure decision at the advanced Assistant or Associate Professor level, to begin August 2012.

The Medieval Studies Program in the Department of English at UNM is committed to scholarship and teaching that are historically anchored and theoretically engaged. Successful candidates must have demonstrated scholarly and pedagogical excellence and have engaged in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural research and teaching. Successful candidates will be expected to pursue active mentoring of students and to maintain a strong involvement with UNM's Institute for Medieval Studies and its outreach programs in public education.

For best consideration please apply by November 21, 2011. Position will remain open until filled. UNM is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and educator.

Inquiries about the application process and this website can be directed to: Linda Livingston, Department Administrator of English: lsl@unm.edu.

Inquires about the position, qualifications, and the search can be directed to: Dr. Anita Obermeier, Chair, Search Committee, Department of English, E-mail: AObermei@unm.edu . Phone: 505-277-3103. FAX: 505-277-0021

Minimum Qualifications 1. An earned PhD with specialization in Old English Language and Literature 2. Expertise in Old English Language and Literature (prose and poetry) 3. Record of scholarly excellence 4. 5 years of college teaching experience.

Preferred Qualifications For the ideal candidate, they include: 1. Significant record of publications 2. Teaching excellence on the undergraduate and graduate level 3. Demonstrated capacity to work cooperatively with faculty and students in interdisciplinary programs and community outreach. 4. As well as secondary expertise and interest in one or more of the following comparative areas at the undergraduate and graduate level: -Old Norse Language, Literature, and Folklore -History of the English Language -Feminist Approaches to Medieval Studies -Medieval Culture -Anglo-Saxonism, the appropriation of Anglo- Saxon literature and ideas by later literary historical periods.

Special Instructions to Applicants: The application must include a letter describing the applicant's qualifications, research agenda, and teaching experience; a current curriculum vita; at least two recent scholarly publications (not to exceed 50 pages and uploaded as one pdf document); please submit 3 letters of recommendation directly to Dr. Anita Obermeier, Search Committee Chair, at AObermei@unm.edu or to University of New Mexico, English Department, MSC03 2170, Albuquerque, NM 87131. For best consideration, all application materials must be received by November 21, 2011.

Online App. Form

HigherEdJobs.com

Deadline: Nov. 21

Acknowledgment received:

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview):

MLA or phone interview scheduled: Dec 13 (by email, x2)

Rejection (after MLA or phone interview):

Campus interview scheduled: Jan 18

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made:

Offer accepted: Mar 21

NOTES:

University of Notre Dame - 2 Tenured Positions in Medieval Lit. - OFFER ACCEPTED (A-S Position)Edit

Two tenured positions in Medieval Literature

The English Department at the University of Notre Dame is pleased to announce an initiative to augment its Medieval area. We invite applications for two positions at the rank of either Associate Professor or Full Professor:

•Anglo-Saxon Language and Literature. Advantageous areas of secondary interest for this position might be: Anglo-Latin, Old Norse or Early Scandinavian Studies, Celtic Studies, Anglo-Norman, or History of the Language.

•One of the following specific fields of Middle English Literature: Early Middle English, Historical Linguistics or History of the Language, Romance, Literary History, Anglo-Norman, Continental European literary relations, Jewish or Islamic literary relations, Celtic Studies, Classical Traditions, Manuscript Studies or Material Culture, Editing or Editorial Theory, Translation Theory, Poetics, Women’s Literature, Sexualities.

The University of Notre Dame, an international Catholic research university whose assets include the Medieval Institute collections, is an equal opportunity educator and employer with strong institutional and academic commitments to racial, cultural, and gender diversity. Women, minorities, and those attracted to a university with a Catholic identity are encouraged to apply. Information about Notre Dame, including our mission statement, is available at http://www.nd.edu.

The University of Notre Dame supports the needs of dual career couples and has a Dual Career Assistance Program in place to assist relocating spouses and significant others with their job search. The University is also a member of the Greater Chicago Midwest Higher Education Recruitment Consortium.

Please send a letter of interest and CV to Medieval Search Committee, Department of English, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN 46556, USA, or via email (mccormack.12@nd.edu) by 31 January 2012.

From MLA JIL 12/23/11

Deadline: Jan. 31 Application deadline is now 2/13.

Acknowledgment received: 1/20 (by email), 2/16 (by email)

Request for additional materials: 1/20 (by email)

Rejection (no interview):

Phone interview scheduled:

Rejection (after phone interview):

Campus interview scheduled: Campus interviews have been scheduled (2/20)

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made: 5/18

Offer accepted: 6/7

NOTES:

Which position did the people who heard about campus interviews get invited for? Is it both?

It sure would be nice to get an update from them directly, although I've heard through the grapevine this means I'm "on the bubble" so they don't want to reject me outright. (3/23)

ND Medieval Institute website shows what appears to be lectures by A-S candidates in April (April 3 [Stacy Klein], April 10 [Dan Anlezark], April 24 [Chris Abram]), so the process is ongoing. (4/4)

I heard that they are postponing the ME search until next year.

Offer made for the Anglo-Saxon position (5/18). The ME search will indeed begin again in the Fall.

University of Oxford (Wadham College) - Lecturer in English (Medieval and Early Modern Literature) - OFFER MADEEdit

Lecturer in English (Medieval and Early Modern Literature)

Wadham College and the Faculty of English Language and Literature propose to appoint a CUF Lecturer in Medieval and Early Modern English Literature from 1st September 2012.

The successful candidate will be able to provide comprehensive teaching coverage for the Middle English (1350-1550), Early Modern (1550-1660) and Shakespeare papers; will have a distinguished research record (in the period pre-1550) appropriate to the stage of his or her career; will possess a doctorate in this field; will be able to supervise and examine undergraduates and graduates; and will be willing and able to contribute to administration in the College and the Faculty. A research specialism in pre-1550 English drama is desirable, but applications are welcomed from candidates with research specialisms in any area of pre-1550 English writing.

Further particulars and details of how to apply are available at: http://www.wadham.ox.ac.uk/fellows-staff/vacancies/fellowship-in-english.html

The combined College and University salary for this post will be on a scale from £42,733 - £57,431 p.a. Additional college allowances are available as set out in the further particulars.

FROM MLA JIL 12/9/11

Deadline: Applications must be submitted to the Academic Administrator no later than 12.00 noon on Monday 23rd January 2012.

Acknowledgment received:

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview):

Campus interview scheduled: 2/22 (being held 19-20/3)

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made: [posted 3/22]

Offer accepted:

NOTES:

Also posted at Renaissance 2012

University of Sheffield - 3 year fixed term Lecturer in Medieval/Anglo Saxon English LiteratureEdit

The School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics, wishes to appoint a Lecturer in Medieval/Anglo Saxon English.

This is an ideal opportunity for a scholar with an outstanding publication record and excellent teaching ability to join one of the major centres for English Language and Linguistics scholarship in the United Kingdom. The post-holders will design and deliver teaching on the BA in English Language and Linguistics, the MA in English Language Studies, and the MA in Culture of the British Isles. They will develop the School's research profile through the production of high quality publications and through attracting external research funding. Post-holders will be expected to contribute to the School's presence within the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, the wider University and, through outreach and knowledge exchange, in Sheffield and beyond and to carrying out appropriate administrative duties to a high standard.

You will have (or be close to completing) a PhD in Medieval/Anglo Saxon English (or have equivalent experience). You will have proven teaching ability, and be able to contribute to existing modules in Old English and History of English at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, as well as developing new modules in your research period and specialism. The ability to link with comparable teaching and research interests in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities is essential for this position. Evidence of public engagement activities will also be an advantage.

For further information, please refer to the departmental website: www.shef.ac.uk/english

jobs.ac.uk

Deadline: February 20th

Acknowledgment received:

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview): 3/1 (by email)

Campus interview scheduled:

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made:

Offer accepted:

NOTES:

University of St. Francis (IL) - pre-Renaissance English studies - SEARCH CONCLUDEDEdit

Tenure track position (pending approval) in pre‑Renaissance English studies. Sub‑specialty in composition and rhetoric preferred. Other desired competencies from among this list: post‑colonial literatures, drama and/or film, performance studies, linguistics, ELL, language instruction (Spanish, French, Italian). Candidates in comparative literature welcome. Ph.D. required. Experience in organizing conferences and colloquia helpful. 4/4 teaching load. Submit cover letter, c.v., three letters of reference by Nov. 14 to Prof. Randolph Chilton, Department of English and Foreign Languages, University of St. Francis, 500 Wilcox St., Joliet, IL 60435. The University of St. Francis is a Catholic institution in the Franciscan tradition. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcome all persons. Salary and other considerations will be competitive and consistent with the university’s commitment to recruiting the best‑qualified individual. For more information on the university, visit http://www.stfrancis.edu/.

From MLA JIL 9/15/11

Deadline: Nov. 14

Acknowledgment received:

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview): 4/4

MLA or phone interview scheduled: Skype Interview (by phone 12/13; 12/15)

Rejection (after MLA or phone interview): 4/4

Campus interview scheduled: 1/29 (x1)

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made:

Offer accepted:

NOTES:

The faculty page lists a Visiting professor, Kevin Spicer. Can't tell for sure, but it seems like he might be a medievalist. Does anyone know if he is an internal candidate?

A: He is a medievalist, but that doesn't necessarily mean he will get the job.

Rejection email says, "We have now concluded our search." 4/4

University of Western Ontario - Middle English - OFFER MADEEdit

The Department of English, The University of Western Ontario (http://www.uwo.ca/) invites applications for a probationary (tenure‑track) position at the rank of Assistant Professor, to begin 1 July 2012, in Cultural Studies in the Middle English period, with a particular area of focus in Chaucer or early Middle English literature and the ability to teach “History of the English Language.” Duties will include commitments in research, teaching, and service. The completed PhD and experience and promise in teaching and research are minimum qualifications. ABD applicants welcome with evidence of timely completion to be provided by referees. Positions are subject to budget approval. Applicants should have fluent written and oral communication skills in English. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. The University of Western Ontario is committed to employment equity and welcomes applications from all qualified women and men, including visible minorities, aboriginal people and persons with disabilities. Please mail a cover letter, CV, and writing sample, and arrange for 3 references to be mailed to: Bryce Traister, Chair, Department of English, University of Western Ontario, London, ON Canada N6A3K7. Closing Date: November 30, 2011.

From MLA JIL 9/15/11

Deadline: Nov. 30

Acknowledgment received: 11/4

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview):

Campus interview scheduled: 12/19 (by email)

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made: <--date?

Offer accepted:

NOTES:

No acknowledgment of application to date (1/30), even though on-campus interviews scheduled. Wondering if acknowledgment was solicited by previous poster.

- Yes, I wrote to the chair to make sure things had arrived safely. Not that it mattered in the end!

- Thanks for the update!

- Five on-campus interviews completed Friday, February 3

University of Wisconsin-Whitewater - OFFER ACCEPTEDEdit

University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Tenure-track Assistant Professor in medieval literature, subspecialty desirable in medievalism, to begin August 22, 2012. Ph.D in hand by time of appointment. 12-credit teaching load consisting of medieval English literature, early English literature survey, and Freshman English. Complete application package includes letter of application, curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendations, undergraduate and graduate transcripts (photocopies are acceptable for initial application). Only complete applications considered. Send to: Elena Levy-Navarro, Search Committee Chair, Department of Languages & Literatures, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Whitewater, WI 53190. Applications received by 12/15/11 ensured consideration; the position is considered open until otherwise noted. Visit http://www.uww.edu/employment/unclassified.html for more information. AA/EOE. Names of finalists released. Background check of finalist conducted.

Chronicle

Deadline: Dec. 15

Acknowledgment received: 11/12, 11/25, 11/28 (by mail), 12/3 (by mail), 12/16 (by mail), 12/20 (by mail)

Request for additional materials: 1/13 (by email)

Rejection (no interview): 4/9

Campus interview scheduled: 2/3 (by phone)

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made: 3/12

Offer accepted: 3/19

NOTES:

Most adorably elaborate notice of acknowledgment ever. Nice to be treated with respect as an applicant even if not yet short-listed.

1/28: anyone heard -anything- about this search?

1/28: The only thing I've received from them is the letter acknowledging receipt of my materials - back in November.

1/30: I've heard from them--requested additional materials on 1/13 with a deadline of 1/20.

Villanova University - Medieval British / Irish Lit. & Culture - OFFER ACCEPTEDEdit

Assistant Professor, Medieval British/Irish Literature and Culture. Tenure-track assistant professorship beginning Fall 2012 in Medieval British/Irish Literature and Culture. Ph.D. required but candidates close to completion of degree may be considered. To apply for the position, please go to https://jobs.villanova.edu/. Some elements of the application, including its initial steps, must be done electronically. The deadline for applications is Nov. 9, 2011; interviews at MLA Convention. In case of questions, contact Prof. Evan Radcliffe, Chair, English Dept., Villanova University, 800 Lancaster Ave., Villanova, PA 19085-1699, or evan.radcliffe@villanova.edu. Villanova University is a Catholic university sponsored by the Augustinian order. An AA/EEO employer, Villanova seeks a diverse faculty committed to scholarship, service, and especially teaching, who understand, respect, and can contribute to the University’s mission and values.

From MLA JIL 9/13/11

Deadline: Nov. 9

Acknowledgment received: Oct. 11

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview): 12/21 (email) x 3; 3/9

MLA interview scheduled: 12/20 (by phone) x 2

Rejection (after MLA interview):

Campus interview scheduled: 1/8 (by phone)

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made:

Offer accepted: 2/18

NOTES:

Also posted at Irish 2012

  • Anyone? Anyone?
  • Haven't heard a thing from them, not even an acknowledgment of my application. Hopefully soon...
  • Dec. 20: Anyone? Anything? Getting close to MLA ...
  • Dec. 21: Haven't heard anything either way yet...also didn't get acknowledgement, though their online system indicates I applied.
  • Dec. 22: You're not alone in limbo land - I also haven't heard anything either way. One wonders...
  • Dec. 23: Ugh, seriously. If you can schedule one interview and send a few email rejections, SC, can't you take care of the rest of us?!
  • Dec. 26: I emailed the chair asking what was up: if you haven't heard either way, it means they didn't want to MLA interview you, but on the off chance they want to go beyond their MLA list, they want to leave the door open. Yippee.
  • Dec. 26: Thanks for that! Now I feel like I can send off a (rather important) CV update without seeming like a total idiot. Unless, of course, I'm rejected and just forgotten about...
  • Good info, and thanks to the person who emailed the chair. I'm one of the limbos, which I guess isn't a total defeat!
  • Mar. 9: One of the holdovers, just got a rejection today. Search is apparently complete now, according to the e-mail rejection.

Weber State University (UT) - Asst. Professor (tenure-track), Early British Lit. - OFFER ACCEPTED Edit

The Department of English at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah is advertising a tenure-track position at the rank of assistant professor in early British literature, with teaching responsibilities for lower-division composition and general education literature and the possibility of teaching graduate courses. Position Responsibilities include a 4-4 teaching load, half (two courses per semester) in introductory or intermediate writing. Scholarship and service are also expected.

Minimum Qualifications: Ph.D. in English (or the [degree] equivalent) at the time of appointment; qualifications in teaching literature from Beowulf to Milton, particularly medieval; and experience in teaching undergraduate writing and/or undergraduate literature.

Preferred Qualifications: Familiarity with computer technology relevant to teaching and the ability to teach courses outside the candidate's specialization

To apply, complete the online staff/faculty data form and attach a cover letter that includes your teaching philosophy; a CV; a writing sample; and the names and contact information(titles and positions, office telephone numbers, and e-mails) for three references. Screening of applications will begin December 1, 2011 and will continue until the position is filled.

Online App. Form: http://jobs.weber.edu

HigherEdJobs.com

Deadline: Dec. 1

Acknowledgment received:

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview):

Phone interview scheduled: 1/23 (by email, x4)

Rejection (after MLA or phone interview):

Campus interview scheduled: 2/26

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made: 3/8

Offer accepted: YES

NOTES:

Also posted at Renaissance 2012

West Virginia University - 3 positions in pre-1800 British lit.- ONE OFFER ACCEPTEDEdit

The Department of English at West Virginia University invites applications for three positions in pre-1800 British literature: (1) Shakespeare, (2) History of the Book, and (3) Poetry and Poetics. Applicants must have a PhD by August, 2012, clear evidence of success in research, and demonstrated teaching excellence. Especially encouraged to apply are candidates capable of developing or enhancing our commitment to international, interdisciplinary, and/or multicultural studies. Teaching responsibilities (a 2/2 load) will range from undergraduate British literature survey courses to Graduate courses and seminars in your areas of specialization.

West Virginia University is a Research-High Activity University located in Morgantown, WV (approximately 70 miles south of Pittsburgh, PA). WVU is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity employer.

The position begins August 16, 2012. Screening will begin November 1, continuing until the position is filled. Interviews will be conducted at the MLA convention in Seattle.

Submit your letter of application and CV to: Search Committee/British Literature, Department of English, West Virginia University, Box 6296, Morgantown, WV 26506-6296.

Direct further inquiries to John Ernest.

LINK: http://english.wvu.edu/jobs

Deadline: Nov. 1

Acknowledgment received: 10/19, 10/25, 10/31

Request for additional materials: 11/9 (x2), 11/14 (x2), 11/15 (HotB), 11/17 (P&P), 11/21 (x3, P&P)

Rejection (no interview): 12/28 x4

MLA interview scheduled: 12/22

Rejection (after MLA interview):

Campus interview scheduled: 1/13 HoB

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made:

Offer accepted: [From Renaissance page: "2/20 History of the Book"]

NOTES:

9/1: Where was this job posted?

A: I don't believe it has been posted in the usual places yet, but just yesterday (8/31), saw it circulated on email lists. I imagine it will be posted in the JIL when that goes up later in Sept.

Update (9/14/11): Position announcement now posted at WVU site: http://english.wvu.edu/jobs

Ad also posted in MLA JIL 9/16/11, with stipulation: "Applications accepted until November 1, 2011."

Update (11/7/11): A Renaissance candidate posted a request for more materials on 10/31; a user there asked for which of the three positions, but no answer as of yet. A: Sorry, I just noticed the person's question. The position is History of the Book.

Which positions have people on the medieval page received requests for more materials for? History of the Book; 11/14: Poetry and Poetics/History of the Book

11/14: History of the Book

11/17 Poetry and Poetics

12/16: Has anyone heard anything? Bueller?

12/28: I just received an email from the chair stating that, although I'm not being interviewed, they're keeping my materials in case they decide to pursue my application. (x3; adding they said they received "nearly 300 applications" for these three positions, in case other people like numbers the way I do)

Also posted at British Open 2012, Renaissance 2012 & Restoration/18th-Century 2012

Willamette University - VAP, Medieval or Early Modern Lit. - POSITION FILLEDEdit

The Willamette University English Department invites applications for a visiting assistant professor, renewable for three years, specializing in either Medieval or Early Modern literature.

A typical teaching load (five courses per year) would include a mixture of general education course taught in the specialty (e.g., ENGL 117W), writing courses (ENGL 135W, 137W, or 242W) and upper-division courses in the medieval and early modern offerings.

For more information about the English Department, please visit http://www.willamette.edu/cla/english.

About Willamette: Willamette University, founded in 1842, is the oldest institution of higher education in the Far West and has offered a major in environmental science since the 1970s. Situated in Oregon's capital city, Willamette includes the College of Liberal Arts (approximately 2,000 students), and graduate programs in Education, Law, and Management. The university is committed to living out its motto "Not unto ourselves alone are we born" by incorporating the principles of sustainability, social justice, and action. Salem is located in the center of the picturesque Willamette Valley, approximately an hour's drive from the Pacific Coast, the Cascade Mountains, and the cities of Portland and Eugene. For more information about Willamette, visit our website at www.willamette.edu.

Qualifications: Ideal candidates will have the Ph.D. and publications in their field, and will be prepared to teach courses in both medieval literature and early modern drama and poetry.

Minimal qualifications are ABD in Medieval or Early Modern literature.

Application Deadline: Review of applications will begin immediately and preference will be given to applications received by March 16, 2012.

For complete job announcement visit http://jobs.willamette.edu/postings/307

HigherEdJobs.com

Deadline: March 16

Acknowledgment received: 1 (3/18)

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview): 6/11 (x1)

Phone interview scheduled:

Rejection (after phone interview):

Campus interview scheduled:

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made:

Offer accepted: ["position filed" noted on Renaissance page]

NOTES:

Also posted at Renaissance 2012

Yale University - Tenured Professor (c. 1100-1500) - CAMPUS VISITS IN PROGRESSEdit

Professor of Medieval English Literature
Yale University’s Department of English Language and Literature invites applications for a tenured professorship to begin July 1, 2012 . We are searching within the period c.1100-c.1500 for an outstanding scholar and teacher who, in addition to his or her teaching in the English Department, will contribute to Yale’s broader profile in the Humanities.

Please submit a letter of application and a full c.v. to https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/1161, directed to Prof. Langdon Hammer, Chair, Department of English. Review of materials will begin December 1, 2011. Yale is an affirmative action / equal opportunity employer. Women and underrepresented minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

From MLA JIL 10/14/11

​Deadline: Dec. 1

Acknowledgment received: 11/30 (via email)

Request for additional materials:

Rejection (no interview):

MLA interview scheduled:

Rejection (after MLA interview):

Campus interview scheduled: yes (see below)

Rejection (after campus interview):

Offer made:

Offer accepted:

NOTES:

Has anyone heard anything?

Campus visits are in progress. [posted 2/2] Thanks (2/2). Campus interviews are now completed (2/11).

2/6 - Received email update that "The search committee is reviewing applications and nominations, and later this semester departmental meetings will be held to discuss the matter." Anyone else get this? YES I did 2/6

Medievalist DemographicsEdit

Medievalist Wiki CountEdit

(please add yourself under the appropriate heading and also update the total)

Anglo-Saxon/Old English: 3

Middle English: 23

Anglo-Saxon/Middle English: 3

Comparative Medieval: 11

Medieval/Renaissance: 3

Germanic:

Lurkers:

  • ME lurkers 1
  • OE/ME lurker

Demographics:Edit

ABD (early): 1

ABD (will finish this academic year): 17

Ph.D. in hand (one-year, VAP, Lecturer, Post-doc): 12

Assistant Professor: 7

Associate Professor:2

Full Professor:

Search Committee:

Lurker:

Faculty "Job Coach": 2

TOTAL: 32

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