End of ADS-L Digest - 21 Sep 1994 to 22 Sep 1994 ************************************************ There is one message totalling 69 lines in this issue. Topics of the day: 1. Job(s) at Georgia ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Fri, 23 Sep 1994 13:58:30 -0400 From: "William A. Kretzschmar, Jr." Subject: Job(s) at Georgia Here following is a posting about jobs at Georgia, which includes a search for a History of the Language person and the possibility of an instructor hire in ESL. I have been asked to post *all* of the advertisement, other positions and all, so I hope list members will bear with the rest to get to the best. Regards, Bill ****************************************************************************** Bill Kretzschmar Phone: 706-542-2246 Dept. of English FAX: 706-542-2181 University of Georgia Internet: billk[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]hyde.park.uga.edu Athens, GA 30602-6205 Bitnet: wakjengl[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]uga The Department of English at the University of Georgia seeks to make three tenure-track appointments, to begin September 1995: 1. Assistant professor in creative writing, preferably in fiction, with a secondary emphasis in one or more literary fields. We seek a published writer with terminal degree and significant publications, including one or more books with a nationally recognized press. 2. Assistant professor in English language studies, with specific emphases in history of the English language and English grammar. A secondary emphasis in literature is required. Ability to teach syntactic theory would be useful. 3. Assistant professor in rhetoric and composition, with a secondary literary interest, to teach graduate courses in rhetorical theory and pedagogy and undergraduate courses in expository and technical writing and to work with other faculty to develop additional courses in these areas. Experience with computers and writing will be helpful. Candidates must have PhD or appropriate terminal degree and demonstrated potential as outstanding teachers and scholars. Teaching experience and publication record are desirable. We will interview at SAMLA and MLA; availability for interview at the latter is essential. We encourage minority applicants. The department may also make one or two instructor appointments for the 1995-96 year to candidates who are ABD or better and who have training and experience in teaching freshman composition and English as a second language. The University of Georgia Department of English has 45 tenured or tenure-track faculty members committed to excellence in research and in undergraduate and graduate instruction. We offer nationally competitive salaries, support for research and instruction, an excellent research library, and a low cost of living in an attractive town of 80,000 near Atlanta. Direct letter of application and vita to Hugh Ruppersburg, Head, Department of English, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, 30605-6205. Deadline: November 15. AA/EOE.