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LINGUIST List 17.3540

Thu Nov 30 2006

Jobs: Spanish, Caribbean, Latin America Focus: Asst Prof, NortheasternU

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        1.    Dennis Cokely, Spanish & Caribbean & Latin America Focus: Asst Prof, Northeastern University, MA, USA


Message 1: Spanish & Caribbean & Latin America Focus: Asst Prof, Northeastern University, MA, USA
Date: 28-Nov-2006
From: Dennis Cokely <d.cokelyneu.edu>
Subject: Spanish & Caribbean & Latin America Focus: Asst Prof, Northeastern University, MA, USA


University or Organization: Northeastern University
Department: Modern Languages
Web Address: http://www.modernlanguages.neu.edu/index.htm
Job Rank: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Caribbean & Latin America Focus
Required Language(s): Spanish (spa)

Description:

A scholar with expertise in the Spanish and Latin American baroque, with
emphasis on Mexico and Central America (or Andean countries). Ability to
handle Spanish Golden Age literature, but also the Latin American baroque,
preferably literature written by women. The Latin American focus would be
on colonial literature (discovery, baroque, travel literature, and the
emergence of national literatures in the post-independence period).

The successful candidate will have PhD in hand by September 1, 2007 and
will be expected to teach four courses per year (two each in the fall and
spring semesters). In addition the successful candidate will be expected to
participate on various departmental committees.

Address for Applications:
Chair, Modern Languages Dennis Cokely
Modern Languages
400 Meserve Hall
Northeastern University
Boston, MA 02115
USA

Application Deadline: 01-Mar-2007 (Open until filled)

Contact Information:
Chair, Modern Languages Dennis Cokely
Email: d.cokelyneu.edu
Phone: 617 373-2234
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