Academic Jobs:


California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo. Lecturer,

one-year temporary appointment for the 2002-03 academic year, beginning

Sept. 16, 2002, with the possibility of a one-year renewal. Salary

commensurate with qualifications & experience. Introductory & junior-level

literature classes in either British or American literature as well as

introductory world literature classes & possibly composition. PhD or ABD in

English required, teaching experience in both literature & composition

courses. Send letter, c.v., three letters of recommendations, & application

form (e-mail request to to: Douglas Keesey, Chair,

English Dept., California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA

93407 by April 22, 2002. Refer to Recruitment Code #4132. EEO (CHE)

University of California, San Diego. Invitation to submit applications for

one half-time lectureship in the Warren College Writing Program. The

position will begin on July 1, 2002 for one year, with the possibility of

two one-year extensions. The Warren College Writing Program teaches academic

argumentation in writing workshops. Lecturers teach two lower division

sections every quarter, serve as academic consultants, advise the program

director on curriculum, attend weekly staff meetings, & help organize &

participate in annual teacher orientations. Graduate course work in

composition theory & pedagogy required; PhD preferred. Salary commensurate

with experience & based on public UC pay scales. Send letter of application,

c.v., & writing sample to: Warren Writing Search Committee, Warren College,

University of California, San Diego, 9500 Gilman Dr., La Jolla, CA

92093-0422. Enclose a self-addressed postcard for acknowledgement of

application & SASE for the return of the writing sample. Closing date is:

April 30, 2002. EOE/AA (CHE)


Flagler College. Full-time teaching position, Assistant Professor level,

preferably a PhD in rhetoric or English literature, or a combination of

both, to begin in Fall 2002. Teaching duties include: basic writing,

first-year composition, & advanced expository writing. Duties also include

teaching literature courses: 19th century English literature, literary

criticism, world & western literature. Teaching load: five sections; one

year contract; salary: negotiable. Publications: not required, but

desirable. Other duties: committee assignments. Applications should be sent

to: Paula Miller, Dean of Academic Affairs, Flagler College, St. Augustine,

FL, 32805. Deadline for applications: April 15. (MLA)

Broward Community College. English Dept. Head, #426. Qualifications:

Master's degree in English, with background in ESL &/or Journalism a plus;

four years full-time post-secondary teaching experience with community

college teaching experience a plus & evidence of administrative experience

in an educational setting. Salary: Based on credentials. Closing date to

apply: April 15. Please include a copy of your transcript (highest degree

completed) with your c.v./application. Please forward official applications

with position title/# & copies of transcripts & licenses to: Broward

Community College, 225 E. Las Olas Blvd., Human Resources, Ft. Lauderdale,

FL 33301. Web site: .

Please call: (800) 682-3646 for an official application. EA/EO Institution (CHE)


Boise State University. Assistant or Associate Professor of English.

Tenure-track position in English Education to begin in Fall 2002. Would also

consider making a one-year appointment. Qualifications: an earned doctorate

in English Education or related field & successful secondary school teaching

experience. Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate & graduate

English methods courses & freshman composition or other English courses,

helping to administer the English Education emphasis, carrying out research

& scholarship in English Education, & performing service to the university &

to area schools. The normal teaching load is 9 credits per semester. Send a

letter of application & c.v. to: Dr. Richard K. Sanderson, Chair, Dept. of

English, Boise State University, 1910 University Dr., Boise, ID 83725-1525.

Screening of materials will begin on April 19, 2002; the search will

continue until the position is filled. Web site: . AA/EOEE (MLA)


Barat College of DePaul. The school invites applications for a tenure-track

position in Interdisciplinary Humanities to begin Autumn 2002. Applicants

with specializations in 19th/20th British & American literature, with

demonstrated teaching areas in popular culture, feminism/women's literature,

& cultural studies preferred. The candidate should have a clear commitment

to interdisciplinary studies & an appreciation for the small college

environment. Applicants should be prepared to teach some of the literature

survey courses in the English major, as well as thematic courses in the

Humanities interdisciplinary program at beginning & advanced levels. This

position will also involve freshman composition as well as literature

courses for the general education program. Development of courses related to

the candidate's interests will be encouraged. PhD required; teaching

experience & prospect of continuing scholarship preferred. Applications must

include a cover letter, c.v., a sample of scholarly work of not more than 20

pages, & three letters of recommendation. We also welcome course syllabi &

evidence of teaching effectiveness. All applications received by April 15,

2002 will be assured consideration. Address all communications to: Dr.

Eugene Beiriger, Barat College of DePaul, 700 East Westleigh Rd., Lake

Forest, IL 60045. Barat College of DePaul offers the strengths of a small,

suburban college within the context of the largest American Catholic

University. Web site: . (MLA)


Grace College & Seminary. Full-time Professor of English at Grace College, a

private, evangelical college in Winona Lake, Indiana. PhD in literature

required. For information, contact: Dr. Paulette Sauders at Grace College,

200 Seminary Dr., Winona Lake, IN 46590, or e-mail: <>.



Wichita State University. Distinguished Writer-in-Residence. Temporary

one-month position for a writer of fiction to teach a tutorial course to

approximately 15 graduate & advanced undergraduate fiction writing students.

Appointment for the Fall 2002 semester. Qualifications: extensive high

quality publications in national or regional periodicals; high quality

novels or collections of short stories; awards & fellowships; & successful

experience with diverse populations. Salary $9000 for the month. Previous

applicants must re-apply in order to be considered. Send letters of

application & professional c.v. to: Margaret Dawe, Chair, Dept. of English,

Wichita State University, Wichita, KS 67260-0014. Phone: (316) 978-6410.

Deadline for receipt of applications is June 15, 2002. Wichita State

University encourages women & ethnic minorities to apply. EO/AAE


Louisiana State University at Alexandria. Full-Time faculty positions

anticipated for Aug. 2002. Louisiana State University at Alexandria (LSUA)

is a two-year campus in the LSU System. Located in Central Louisiana,

Alexandria is a medium-sized city with friendly people & excellent

opportunities for outdoor activities. LSUA values teaching & learning highly

& is seeking outstanding teachers to join the faculty. LSUA faculty also

serve as academic advisers for students with interests in related fields.

Significant campus & community service activities are also expected. LSUA

anticipates initiation of bachelor's degree programs in Spring 2003 & is

seeking new faculty members who are comfortable teaching all levels of

undergraduate instruction. Full-time faculty openings are anticipated in

several academic divisions. To learn more about a particular opening,

contact the individual indicated below for the position(s) of interest. For

more information about LSUA visit our Web site at: .

LSUA strives to hire faculty with the doctorate when appropriate &

available. Unless otherwise stated, all positions require a master's degree

& at least 18 graduate hours in the teaching discipline. Rank is dependent

on education & experience: initial appointments for master's degree holders

are normally at the rank of instructor; initial appointments for doctoral

degree holders are normally at the rank of assistant professor. Teach

English courses including developmental, composition, & literature. English

composition instructors are especially needed at this time. Doctorate in

English preferred. Application review will begin immediately & will continue

until all positions are filled. Interested applicants for all positions

should send a letter of interest, c.v., transcripts, & three recent letters

of reference to: Louisiana State University at Alexandria, Office of

Academic Affairs, 8100 Highway 71 South, Alexandria, LA 71302. (CHE)


Morgan State University. 1) Assistant or Associate Dean for Administration:

The Assistant Dean is responsible for coordinating departmental budgets,

faculty records, faculty & program development, grantsmanship,

interdisciplinary projects, annual reports & accreditation reports, & the

intellectual life of the College. Appointment are for the fiscal year.

Candidates for this position should hold the PhD in a liberal arts

discipline; should have a record of substantial scholarship; should have a

record of successful post-secondary teaching, preferably with some

experience teaching minority students or teaching in an urban setting; &

should have a record of achievement or show strong potential in

grantsmanship. Position & salary are dependent upon qualifications, &

appointment as Associate Dean also requires substantial administrative

experience in academic affairs in higher education.

2) Assistant Director,
Writing Center:

The Assistant Director of the Writing Center provides

assistance in administering the Writing Center, with occasional teaching

responsibilities in composition. Candidates must hold a Master's degree in

English or instructional design, with a high degree of expertise in recent

developments in composition & technology, network management & computer


Morgan State University seeks outstanding candidates to fill positions as

departmental chairperson for July 2002 & to fill a number of faculty

positions for the 2002-2003 academic year. Appointments as chairperson are

for 12 months (beginning July 1, unless otherwise specified). The College

seeks senior candidates with distinguished records of teaching, scholarship,

grantsmanship & administration to provide leadership in faculty, program,

urban research, & grantsmanship development. Candidates must hold the PhD in

the discipline, have a distinguished record of scholarship & a record of

excellence in teaching in post-secondary education. Some experience at a

minority &/or urban university is desirable. Appointment as chairperson

includes appointment to a tenure-track faculty position. Salary & faculty

rank are dependent upon credentials. Appointments begin July 1, 2002 (unless

otherwise specified).

Tenure-Track Faculty. Candidates must hold a PhD (or terminal degree) in the

discipline, have a proven record of research, grantsmanship, scholarship &

publications/creative works & have several years of post-secondary teaching

experience, preferably at a minority or urban university. The standard

teaching load is twelve credits per semester in the undergraduate program &

nine credits per semester in the graduate program, with the opportunity for

released-time to conduct research, to write grant proposals, & to direct

graduate theses & dissertations. Appointments begin in August 2002 & are for

9 1/2 months.

1) English (Creative Writing): To teach undergraduate general

education courses in freshman composition & humanities & undergraduate &

graduate courses in fiction, poetry, & drama. Candidate must have a track

record as a creative writer or teacher of creative writing, as well as a

substantial record of publication in nationally known presses & journals

and, preferably some experience teaching creative writing or editing a

literary journal.

2) Theatre Arts (Design & Performance or Theatre

Management & Acting): To teach theatrical design courses (including scenic,

lighting, costume & sound); or theatre management, public relations, acting

& directing courses, as well as box office supervision, public relations &

drama criticism=8Bas well as courses in introduction to theatre, fundamentals

of stagecraft, & designing main stage productions. The faculty member will

also direct main-stage productions at the undergraduate level. Terminal

degree (PhD or MFA) in theatre arts, drama, drama criticism, or cognate are

required, plus record of successful theatre production. Send letter of

application, c.v., three letters of recommendation, & official transcripts

to: Search Committees, Office of the Dean, The College of Liberal Arts,

Morgan State University, 1700 E. Cold Spring Ln., Baltimore, MD 21251-0001.

Inquiries may be sent to the address above or to this e-mail address:

<>. Application Deadline: April 30, 2002 (CHE)


Southwestern Michigan College. All faculty positions require computer

literacy, use of active learning strategies & involvement with recruiting,

advising, & retaining students. Anticipated full-time positions beginning

Fall 2002, include: English Composition. Workload consists primarily of

Freshman Composition courses. Experience teaching computer-assisted

composition highly desired. Master's degree is required, doctorate

preferred. All applicants must provide evidence of a working knowledge of

computer & technological skills commensurate with subject area. Applications

received by April 19, 2002 will receive full consideration. Interested

applicants should send letter of application, c.v. & names of three

references to: Dr. Diane K. Chaddock, Vice President for Instruction,

Southwestern Michigan College, 58900 Cherry Grove Rd., Dowagiac, MI

49047-9793. Fax: (616) 782-1481 (CHE)


Community College of Southern Nevada. The college is currently recruiting

for the following tenure-track positions with competitive benefits & salary.

These faculty positions begin Aug. 2002. Assignments may be multi-campus

with the possibility of day, evening, Internet based & weekend classes.

Proven ability to be a team player, demonstrate vision & embrace progress &

change demonstrated commitment to community college education &

technological skills are required. All positions are contingent on funding.

1) English, 2) ESL (English as a Second Language). Deadline for all

application materials: Friday, April 19, 2002 (CHE)

University of Nevada at Reno. The Western Traditions Program is seeking

candidates for a post-doctoral fellowship in the humanities. Each semester,

fellows will normally teach a lecture/discussion course in the program, &

teach a capstone course, an honors core course, or occasionally an advanced

course in the candidate=B9s field. For complete position description &

requirements, contact: Lisa Quam, Search Coordinator, University of Nevada,

Reno, Western Traditions, at <>; or view the Web site at: & . Closing date is

April 12, 2002. EEO/AA (CHE)

New Jersey

County College of Morris. Anticipated faculty openings 2002-2003. Minimum of

a Master's degree in an appropriate discipline is required. Responsibilities

include maintaining office hours, providing advisement for students,

assisting in curriculum design, participating in committee work &

maintaining an active professional life. Full-time faculty positions at the

rank of Instructor or Assistant Professor anticipated for Fall 2002 include:

English (Job #802-5C). Minimum of a Master's Degree in

English/Communications required. Responsibilities include teaching 30 credit

hours per academic year in Speech & in remedial or college-level writing

courses. College-level teaching experience preferred. For complete

information regarding these vacancies, visit our Web page at: & select the Human Resources page. First five years of

employment based on annual contracts after which tenure may be awarded.

Applicants should submit a c.v. along with a cover letter summarizing

relevant experience & qualifications. Please be sure to reference the Job #.

Review of c.v.s will begin April 19, 2002 & continue until the positions are

filled. For full consideration, c.v. & other pertinent information should be

sent to: Human Resources Dept/Jr#, County College of Morris, 214 Center

Grove Rd., Randolph, NJ 07869-2086. Fax: (973) 328-5067; TDD: (973) 328-5034

(For Hearing Impaired); phone: 973-328-5038. (CHE)

New Mexico

New Mexico State University. Visiting Assistant Professor. Creative

Writing-Fiction. The University seeks to hire a fiction writer for a

one-year nonrenewable appointment. MFA or PhD in Creative Writing or English

& teaching experience required; at least one full-length book of published

fiction required. Will teach undergraduate & graduate courses & serve on MFA

thesis committees; course load is three courses an academic semester.

Approval of position is pending. Duties commence Aug. 13, 2002. NMSU is

designated a Carnegie Research Extensive university, one of only three

minority institutions on the list. With a minority enrollment over 40%, we

are a Hispanic Serving Institution. We enroll the fourth largest number of

Native American students of any university in the U.S. We encourage

applications from women & minorities. Applications will be acknowledged.

Send letters of application & c.v., with the names of three references to:

Dr. Jim Payne, Chair of the Personnel Committee, Dept. of English, MSC 3-E,

Las Cruces, NM 88003. We will conduct telephone interviews beginning in

March 2002. Applications should also include examples of published work.

Applications accepted until position is filled. EE/AAE

New York

Adelphi University. Long Island's first liberal arts college, seeks a

Writing Director to establish a center for writing & other communications

skills. Responsibilities will include working with faculty who teach

Freshman Composition, training tutors to help students develop their writing

skills, working with faculty to improve writing across the curriculum,

developing writing assessment instruments, & conducting workshops for

students in portfolio development. A PhD in Composition or Rhetoric is

preferred, with a minimum of two years experience directing a writing

program or four years experience participating in a writing program. The

Director will report to the Office of the Provost. Salary commensurate with

experience. Send/fax c.v. including related samples of written work along

with salary requirements to: Office of Human Resources-WD, Adelphi

University, South Avenue, Garden City, NY 11530. Fax: (516) 877-4970;

e-mail: <>. EO/AAE (CHE)

North Carolina

East Carolina University. Assistant Professor of English, tenure track,

specializing in discourse studies, starting Aug. 19, 2002. The successful

candidate will take an interdisciplinary approach to the study of language.

Areas of interest might include one or more of the following: stylistics;

pragmatics; linguistics; mediated, visual, &/or virtual discourse studies;

cultural studies approaches to discourse analysis; textual analysis;

literacy studies. PhD with evidence of scholarly potential required.

Teaching, research, & appropriate professional service expected. Screening

begins April 8; position open until filled. Send letter, c.v., statement of

teaching philosophy & research agenda, & three current reference letters to:

Dr. Bruce Southard, Box D, Dept. of English, East Carolina University,

Greenville, NC 27858-4353. Accommodates individuals with disabilities.

Applicants must comply with provisions of the Immigration Reform & Control

Act. Official transcript required upon employment. Visit the departmental

Web site at: .



Oklahoma State University. Possible one-year, visiting appointment (3-3

teaching load) in Technical Communication/Professional Writing, beginning

Aug. 2002. PhD & teaching experience required. Salary competitive &

commensurate with experience. Oklahoma State University offers the BA, the

MA, & the PhD in Technical Writing. For further information on the dept.,

see our Web page at: . For information on the

Technical Writing Program see . To

assure full consideration, applications must be received by May 1, 2002.

However, we will continue to accept & consider applications until the

position is filled. Send letter of application, c.v., writing sample, &

dossier including three letters of recommendation to: Carol Moder, Head.

Minorities & women encouraged to apply. AA/EOC (MLA)


University of Tennessee at Knoxville. The English Dept. seeks up to five

lecturer appointments beginning Aug. 2002. These non-tenure-track positions

are renewable for three years upon evidence of excellent teaching. At that

point they become renewable yearly, contingent upon the dept.'s staffing

needs. Requirements include evidence of effective teaching & PhD in English

or related discipline. Salary is $28,000-$32,000 depending upon

qualifications & experience. Teaching load is 12 hours per semester, at

least half in first-year composition & the remainder in sophomore and,

possibly, upper-division courses, subject always to curricular needs &

teacher qualifications. Applications are due by May 1 & should include a 1-2

page cover letter, c.v., statement of teaching philosophy, three letters of

recommendation, & any other documentation of teaching ability. Send

materials to: David Goslee, Associate Head, Dept. of English, University of

Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 37996-0430. In case of questions, contact Prof.

Goslee by phone at: (865) 974-6930 or by e-mail at: <>. Web

site: . Minorities & women are particularly

invited to apply. The University of Tennessee is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Title

IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA institution in the provision of its education &

employment programs & services. (MLA)

Belmont University. The College of Arts & Sciences at Belmont University

seeks four individuals for its new Teaching Fellows Program beginning Aug.,

2002. These are one-year (Aug.-May) appointments with the possibility of

renewal for a second year. Fellows will be chosen from recently completed

PhD's &/or ABD's who demonstrate the greatest potential for successful

careers as faculty members in smaller colleges that emphasize careful

attention to quality teaching, interactive student learning, &

ethically-based education. The program is designed to support & to prepare

new faculty to make the transition to permanent positions in similar

academic settings. As an institution dedicated to being a premier teaching

university,Belmont provides an exceptional set of resources &

opportunities for individuals who share these values of reflective &

innovative teaching excellence. Fellows will reside in private campus

housing & engage in the University's general academic & co-curricular life.

(As these are on-campus apartments, fellows will be subject to all relevant

University policies. Candidates may examine the accompanying website for

additional details.) The College & the University's highly regarded Teaching

Center will coordinate a cohort experience to cultivate professional

development related to interactive college teaching. Fellows will receive

the benefits associated with full-time faculty status, but will teach a

reduced course load each semester while they participate in these

development opportunities. Benefits include a stipend of $16,000-$20,000

(depending on discipline & experience), medical plan, private housing,

office & general technical support, a partial campus meal plan, & additional

support for professional development. A more complete description of the

program may be found at: .

Fellows positions available for the 2002-03 academic year include:

Communication Studies:

The fellow will offer three sections each semester of

the University's Fundamentals of Speech Communication course. In appropriate

cases, work with the University's Speech & Debate program may satisfy a

portion of this load. Send application to Dr. Mary Vaughn, Dept. of

Communication Studies; e-mail: <>.

2) English/Composition:
The fellow will teach sections of the University's

first-year, four-hour composition course & will work additionally in the

faculty-staffed University Writing Center. Refer application to: Dr.

Margaret Monteverde, Chair, Dept. of English; e-mail:

<>. Please send letter of application, c.v.,

statement of teaching philosophy, & three current reference letters to the

appropriate search committee chair listed above, Belmont University, 1900

Belmont Blvd., Nashville, TN 37212. Candidates are also asked to respond to

Belmont's mission, vision, & values statement in writing, articulating how

the applicant's knowledge, experience & beliefs have prepared him/her to

function in support of the statements (see ). Committees will begin review &

interviews after April 22. All position-specific inquiries should be

referred to the search committee for the particular department. General

inquiries may be directed to: Dr. Larry Hall, Dean of the College of Arts &

Sciences; e-mail: <>. A comprehensive, coeducational

university located in Nashville, TN, Belmont is a student-centered, teaching

university focusing on academic excellence. The university is dedicated to

providing students from diverse backgrounds an academically challenging

education in a Christian community & is affiliated with the Tennessee

Baptist Convention. Belmont is an EOE/AA employer under all applicable civil

rights laws. Women & minorities are encouraged to apply. (CHE)


University of Texas-Pan American. Position No. 400009. Readvertisement.

English Education. Assistant Professor, tenure-track position beginning Fall

2002. Required: PhD in English (in hand by Aug. 31) with specialization in

one or more areas related to teacher certification of English Language Arts,

expertise in integrating technology into English curricula. Evidence of &

strong potential for scholarship. Responsibilites include teaching English

Language Arts methods courses, coordinating preparation of teacher

certification candidates, & serving as liason to College of Education.

Preferred: middle or secondary school teaching experience. Women &

minorities are encouraged to apply. Application deadline: May 31. Position

open until filled. Send application letter, c.v., all official transcripts

(undergraduate & graduate), & three letters of recommendation to: Dr. Steven

Schneider, Chair, Dept. of English, University of Texas Pan-American,

Edinburg, TX 78539. Web site: . (MLA)

Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. Tenure-track assistant professorship

beginning Aug. 2002. We are looking for applicants with preparation in two

or more of the following areas: ethnic literature, women & gender studies,

children's literature, critical theory, secondary English education, &

grammar. PhD preferred, ABD considered. Send application letter, c.v.,

graduate transcripts, & three letters of reference to: Elisabeth

Mermann-Jozwiak, Chair, Dept. of English, 6300 Ocean Dr., Corpus Christi, TX

78412. To ensure full consideration, completed applications must be received

by May 1. The A&M-CC English faculty emphasizes teaching (3/4 standard

load), equal respect for literature & writing & linguistics, & service to

the diverse communities of South Texas. Our MA in English degree emphasizes

composition & rhetoric. Teaching loads are half lower-division & half upper

division/graduate courses. A rapidly growing institution, Texas A&M

University-Corpus Christi has a commitment to diversity & specifically

encourages women & minorities to apply. EOE (CHE)


Bennington College. Bennington College seeks a published writer (fiction,

poetry, drama, nonfiction) who is interested in teaching literature &

writing to highly motivated undergraduates. At Bennington, literature is

taught by writers. Bennington is committed to teaching the major works in

the history of literature, & the writers at Bennington assume the teaching

of this tradition. Previous teaching experience is desired but not

essential. Please send application & supporting material to: Amy Kuzmicki,

Literature Search Committee, Bennington College, Bennington, VA 05201.


James Madison University. Assistant Professor, one-year appointment, English

Dept. The successful candidate will teach upper-level & survey courses in

American Literature of the 18th &/or 19th centuries. Applicants should be

ABD or have PhD The salary is competitive. First review date: June 1. Send

c.v. to: David K. Jeffrey, Head, Dept. of English, JMU, MSC 1801,

Harrisonburg, VA 22807. James Madison University especially encourages

applications from minorities, women & persons with disabilities. Web site: EO/AA/EAE (MLA)


University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras. The University announces a

tenure-track position (assistant professor) beginning in Aug. for a

specialist in 19th & Early 20th Century American Literature & Culture.

Candidates should also demonstrate backgrounds that reflect studies in at

least one of the following: Race & Empire, Postcolonialism & Globalization,

Feminism & Gender Studies, or Ethnicity & Cultural Debates. Must be prepared

to teach undergraduate courses in Introduction to Literature, Literary

Genres, & Survey of American Literature, graduate courses in specialized

fields, & serve as thesis advisor. A willingness to also teach ESL &/or

composition courses is helpful. A PhD in literature & a commitment to

research & publication are required. Knowledge of Spanish is desirable but

not required at the time of initial contract. Teaching load of 12 credits

per semester, competitive salary. Send c.v., three letters of

recommendation, transcripts from all colleges & universities attended,

statement of teaching philosophy & research interests to: Director, Dept. of

English, College of Humanities, P.O. Box 23356, San Juan, PR 00931-3356. Web


The position will remain open until filled. EEO/AAE/M/W/V/H (MLA)

Simon Fraser University. The Dept. of English at Simon Fraser University

invites applications for an appointment as Lecturer, effective Sept. 1,

2002. Candidates must hold a PhD or be near completion. Currency in the

discipline is essential, but there is no requirement of research activity.

Preference will be given to candidates with demonstrated strength in

teaching. Normal teaching load is eight courses over 12 months, with

eligibility for research terms & study leave. The appointment will be

probationary for one year, after which it becomes an appointment without

term. Applicants should submit a detailed letter of application, c.v.,

transcript of academic record, evidence of teaching record & philosophy, &

ask three referees to send letters to: Dr. Paul Delany, Chair, English

Dept., Simon Fraser University, 8888 University Dr., Burnaby, B.C. V5A 1S6.

Web site: .

Application deadline: April 15, 2002. In accordance with Canadian

immigration requirements, this advertisement is directed to Canadian

citizens & permanent residents. Simon Fraser University is committed to the

principle of equity in employment & offers equal employment opportunities to

qualified applicants. Position subject to budgetary approval. (MLA)