ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF HUMANITIES
Sattler College invites applications for a full-time position as Assistant Professor of the Humanities. The professor will teach introductory seminars on expository writing to college freshmen, as well as seminars within the College’s three-semester core curriculum on key literary and philosophical works in western civilization, from antiquity to the modern era.
Candidates from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds are welcome, including classics, English and comparative literature, rhetoric and composition, history, philosophy, political science, and religious studies.
Sattler College is a new and growing Christian college located in downtown Boston. The faculty member will have the exciting opportunity to help formulate the College’s humanities curriculum, contribute to its accreditation process, and deepen its connections to Christian higher educational institutions abroad.
As an institution, we lay stress on developing excellent communication skills, rooted in clear analytical thinking. All humanities faculty members should be committed to developing students’ writing and oral communication skills in the course of their instruction.
We especially seek faculty who support the Founding Precepts of the College, harmonious with the beliefs of the historic Christian faith. The Founding Precepts can be found on the following webpage: https://www.sattlercollege.org/about. Many of Sattler College’s students have experiences as religious minorities within American society. Women and candidates whose own backgrounds as social minorities will help them teach such students effectively are encouraged to apply.
The position is full-time, with premium benefits, commencing in August 2019. Candidates should have completed a doctoral degree, or be assured of completion, by that date.
Applications received by January 15, 2019, will receive full consideration. Preliminary Skype interviews will be conducted in February 2019.
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
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