University of Maryland
The Ancient Studies Department at the University of Maryland Baltimore
County (UMBC) invites applications for a one-year, Visiting Lecturer
beginning August 23, 2011 and ending May 22, 2012. Ancient Studies is
an undergraduate program, with courses in Greek and Roman language,
culture, archaeology, and ancient history.
Applicants must have an M.A. or Ph.D. in Classics or Classical
Civilizations and preference will be given to those with a Ph.D. Prior
teaching experience is desirable. The successful candidate will be able
to teach Latin, Greek, and English Word Roots, and be an effective and
energetic teacher who is committed to undergraduate education.
Candidates will be expected to teach eight courses across the academic
year, selected from the following: Latin and Greek, English Word Roots,
Classical Mythology, and Greek Civilization. Candidates should be
prepared to teach four days a week and hold at least three office hours
Applicants should submit a letter of interest addressing qualifications,
a curriculum vitae, and arrange to have two letters of reference sent.
Syllabi for courses previously taught should also be included. All
application materials, save the letters of reference, should be sent to
Sara Short (firstname.lastname@example.org). Letters of reference should be sent to
Sara Short, Department of Ancient Studies, 1000 Hilltop Circle,
Baltimore, MD, 21250. Review of applications will begin on February 1,
UMBC has a diverse student body and we seek a diverse applicant pool.
UMBC is an AA and Equal Opportunity Employer.