Job: Assistant Professor of Medieval Art & Architectural History, College of Charleston

Assistant Professor, Tenure Track, Medieval Art & Architectural History
The art history department at the College of Charleston invites applications for a full-time, tenure track assistant professor in Medieval art & architectural history, to start August, 2015.
The candidate will teach an introductory survey course, upper level courses, and topic seminars in area of specialization. Secondary area in Islamic art desirable, but not required. The teaching load is 3/3, and the candidate will be expected to advise students, participate in service, and maintain an active research program with publications. We seek a colleague committed to undergraduate teaching at a liberal arts institution. The College of Charleston is an urban campus situated in the Historic District of Charleston.
Requirements: Ph.D. in Art History, prior teaching experience, and evidence of professional accomplishment. Apply at jobs.cofc.edu. Submit online: letter of application, CV, unofficial grad transcripts, and contact info for 3 referees who will submit reference letters online. Review of applications will begin November 1, 2014.
More info, and to apply: http://jobs.cofc.edu:80/postings/3302

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