one-year visiting position for the academic year 2009-10; PhD desired.
The successful candidate will be expected to teach five undergraduate
courses and should be able to teach all levels of Greek and Latin as
well as courses in classical literature and culture to a broad student
audience. The candidate is likely to be asked to teach Intensive Latin
and a survey course on Greek literature and culture; other courses are
Because we have not yet received the funding for the position, at this
point we ask that candidates send us only a curriculum vitae and a short
cover letter. These may be e-mailed to Louise Pratt at lpratt AT emory.edu
or mailed to Search Committee, Department of
Classics, 221F Candler Library, 550 Asbury Circle, Emory University,
Atlanta GA 30322. Because we expect to do some preliminary interviewing
at the APA meeting in January, please let us know in your cover letter
whether you will be attending the meeting. We will need to receive your
CV by December 17th to consider you for interviews.
Emory University is an equal-opportunity, affirmative action employer.
We strongly encourage minority and women candidates to apply.