Full-Time Instructor of Latin. The University of Alabama seeks a full-time,
non-tenure-track Latin instructor to begin August 16, 2007. This is a
two-year contract with continuation for the second year based on satisfactory
performance. The appointment may be renewed for a second, two-year period
based on performance and the availability of funding. M.A. required and
Ph.D. or ABD preferred.

In response to rapid and unprecedented growth in the number of
students attending the university, we are developing an aggressive and
innovative strategy for accommodating more students in lower-level Latin
courses. Our goal is to combine classroom instruction with computer-based
instruction in a unique way that will both improve learning outcomes and
reach a larger audience. The new instructor will work with Classics faculty
members, other instructors, and technology experts on campus to
spearhead the development of the new program.

Therefore, the successful candidate will have appropriate
facility in the use of computer technology. Additional summer stipend is
possible during the implementation phase of the project. Applications will be
considered beginning June 15, 2007 until position is filled. Send vita,
three letters of recommendation, and dossier to Dr. Kirk Summers,
Latin Search Committee, Department of Modern Languages and Classics,
The University of Alabama, Box 870246, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0246.
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. The University of
Alabama is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.