The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Romance and Latin American Studies
Assistant/Associate Professor, 16th Century - 21st Century Italian Literature
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Open call for candidates for an open rank (tenure-track or tenured) position in Modern and Contemporary Italian Literature at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.Job requirements:Comprehensive knowledge of Italian prose and poetry from the 16th to the 21st centuries; knowledge of prose and poetry writing relating to Italy and to its ties with neighbouring cultures, in particular the Romance-languages-speaking world, in different periods; knowledge of past and present Mediterranean cultural intersections and perspectives in which Italy is located. Candidates must be fluent in the Italian language, both speaking and writing, at mother tongue level. Candidates should be in possession of a doctoral degree in Italian Studies, Comparative Literature, Romance Studies, or any other appropriate field. The primary language of instruction at the Hebrew University is Hebrew, but candidates not familiar with Hebrew will be given time to reach proficiency in Hebrew during the initial years of their appointment. Qualified candidates will be invited for an interview. Applicants should provide:(1) Cover letter, (2) Confirmation of receipt of degree, (3) Curriculum Vitae, (4) Current list of publications, (5) 2-3 page statement of research plans + a statement of teaching plans, (6) Teaching evaluations (from the past three years), (7) Two representative publications, (8) Letters of recommendation from only three referees sent directly by the recommender.
Complete applications must be submitted by 15 October 2015. This announcement is not an obligation to accept candidates in any or all fields.Application found at https://ttp.ekmd.huji.ac.il. Applications submitted not according to these specifications will not be considered.
For more information please contact Prof. Manuela Consonni at firstname.lastname@example.org, Department of Romance and Latina American Studies; Department of Jewish History; The School of History, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Italian History / Studies