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Salary commensurate with education and experience.
The Department of Spanish at Bryn Mawr College invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor position to begin August 1, 2023 in Latin American Literature and Culture, with specialization in one or more of the following areas: Afro-Latino literature and culture, ecocriticism, feminist and gender studies, immigration/migration literature, and/or indigenous studies.
Candidates must have demonstrated expertise and commitment to teaching all levels of language. In addition, the successful candidate will be expected to be part of developing and teaching a diverse and inclusive curriculum, including interdisciplinary programs and other college-wide initiatives such as the 360 Program and the Emily Balch Seminars.
Candidates must have completed all Ph.D. requirements by the start date and should possess native or near-native proficiency in Spanish.
Candidates must have demonstrated expertise and commitment to teaching all levels of language.
To apply for this position, candidates must submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy, research statement, and a statement of demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion to the Department of Spanish Search Committee via Interfolio. In addition, candidates should arrange for three letters of recommendation to be submitted via Interfolio to the Spanish Department Search Committee.
Applications received by November 6, 2022 will receive full consideration.
The College will be as flexible as possible in determining the nature of any interviews or meetings (virtual/remote and/or in-person interaction) that are conducted for this search.
Bryn Mawr College is a distinguished liberal arts college for women with a vibrant faculty of scholar-teachers, a talented staff and intellectually curious students eager to make a difference in the world. The College is committed to increasing the diversity of its students, faculty, staff, and curricular offerings with a particular focus on enhancing ethnic and racial diversity and advancing social justice and inclusion. We believe diversity strengthens our community and enriches the education of our students. We have a student body of 1,421 undergraduates (32 percent are U.S. students of color and 15 percent are international students). There are 353 graduate students in coeducational graduate programs in social work, humanities and science.