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Assistant Professor of Musicology
Department of Music
The primary responsibility will be to teach classes in undergraduate and graduate music history and literature. The secondary responsibility will be to coordinate the Bachelor of Arts with concentration in Music History and Literature program and to contribute to the general education and service missions of the University. The Assistant Professor may be assigned other tasks in support of the department’s mission and goals. The successful candidate will be dedicated to undergraduate education while maintaining a professional profile through research, publication and other scholarly activities.
PhD required, but ABD very near completion will be considered. Demonstrated record of research desired. Candidates with expertise in ethnomusicology are encouraged to apply.
Terms of Appointment
100%, Tenure-track contract for academic year beginning August 16, 2014; summer teaching may be available.
Source of Funds
Salary commensurate with credentials, qualifications and experience. Excellent fringe benefits.
Submit a letter of application, transcripts, CV, three letters of recommendation, a list of current references, and a representative portfolio of scholarly work to:
Dr. Michael Mishra, Search Committee Chair
Department of Music
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Campus Box 1771
Edwardsville, IL, 62026-1771
February 1, 2014.
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