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Memphis College of ArtEdit

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"Assistant Professor. Full-time, beginning August 2011. Position begins with a two-year appointment. Responsibilities: Teach three literature classes each semester, encompassing a broad curriculum for non-majors. Periodically teach freshman composition. . . Qualifications: Ph.D. in English. Specialty in any aspect of American or European literature. Competence in two or more of the following: Southern literature, contemporary novel, women's literature, African American literature. Three years of full-time teaching experience preferred. Eagerness to participate fully in the education of the visual artist."

Deadline: Application deadline for MLA interview: November 15, 2010.

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University of Tennessee at MartinEdit

Tenure-track assistant professor in modern and contemporary American literature (12-hour load), beginning August 1, 2011. Ph.D. in English required by time of appointment. Candidates should also have ability in one or more of the following areas: women's studies, gender studies, Southern literature, or Victorian literature. A successful candidate will demonstrate a commitment to teaching composition and the ability to use technology as a teaching tool. UT Martin has the traditional tenure requirements in teaching, research, and service, though the primary focus is on quality teaching.

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Deadline: 12/01/2011

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