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Job ID: 1461
Assistant Professor, tenure-track, in Intercultural Rhetorics, Second Language Writing, and World Englishes, with a research and teaching focus in intercultural rhetorics, multilingual composition, intercultural and global writing, cultural and comparative rhetoric, and/or world Englishes; joining a department that includes a program in ESL Composition, a BA in Professional Writing, and MA and PhD degree programs in Composition and Rhetoric (http://miamioh.edu/comprhet).
Maintain a program of active research and scholarly achievement; to develop and teach new courses at the graduate and undergraduate level; to provide service to the department and university; and to provide faculty leadership in this area.
PhD in rhetoric and composition or related field by date of appointment.
Selected candidates will be asked to provide writing samples, evidence of teaching effectiveness, and reference letters. Process will include online interviews with some candidates, followed by campus interviews for finalists.
Strong candidates will demonstrate potential for excellence in scholarship and teaching; possess one or more of the following preferred secondary interests: second language pedagogy; transnational writing program development/international partnerships; professional and/or technical writing; online and digital pedagogy; histories of rhetoric; rhetorics of race and ethnicity; teacher development and training; translation theory.
Miami University, an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer with smoke- and tobacco-free campuses, is committed to a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from minorities, females, veterans and individuals with disabilities.
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