American Art History
Subfield: African-American, Latin American, or Chicano/a Art History
Kenyon College seeks to fill a one-year visiting position in American Art History.
The successful candidate will teach five courses during the school year beginning in August 2013: Two Surveys of Art, Part II (Renaissance to Modern), two intermediate classes, one of which must cover any facet of Modern European Art (1750-the present); and an upper-level seminar in an area of expertise.
Ability and interest in teaching African-American, Latin American, or Chicano/a Art History would be most welcome.
Ph.D. preferred, but willing to consider ABD.
Commitment to scholarship and evidence of teaching excellence at the undergraduate level are required.
Applicants must include a cover letter, a C. V., unofficial transcript, statement of teaching philosophy, and three letters of reference (at least one of which must speak to the candidate’s teaching.)
Only electronic applications will be accepted.
The candidate must submit his/her application by January 2, 2013 to ensure that it will be reviewed in time for interviews at CAA in New York (February 13-16, 2013).
An Equal Opportunity Employer, Kenyon welcomes diversity and encourages the applications of women and minority candidates. Applications must be made at: Kenyon College, Art History Department, One-Year Visiting Position