Wiki page for Academic Jobs in Romantic, Victorian, & 19th Century Literature advertised during the 2020-2021 hiring season.
Instructions[edit | edit source]
Please add jobs in the following format and order them alphabetically by institution.
- Example University (State/Province, Country). Position Title. Specializations. Deadline. TT/NT. FT/PT. Link to Job ad(s). Updates:
TT/NT: Tenure-track or Non-tenure track.
FT/PT: Full-Time or Part-Time
For the sake of user-friendliness, please do not add more detailed content of the job ad on this page. (This is a departure from previous years, when these pages tended to become difficult to navigate. The new guidelines are modeled on more user-friendly Academic Wiki pages serving other disciplines.)
Add updates to the end of each entry as they come in: Additional materials requested, video interview scheduled, campus visit scheduled, offer extended, offer accepted, rejection received.
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Jobs with 2020 Application Deadlines[edit | edit source]
College of the Holy Cross (USA:Mass). Visiting Faculty, Open Rank. 18th & 19th Century Literature, The Novel. Deadline: 27 July 2020. NTT. FT. Job ad MLA Updates:
College of New Jersey (USA: NJ) TT Assistant Professor. Assistant Professor of Literature and the Environment. Interest in hiring a Romanticist or 19th Century British Lit scholar. Deadline: 6 November 2020. Apply: https://tcnj.taleo.net/careersection/00_ex_faculty/jobdetail.ftl?job=20000629&lang=en Updates:
Hamilton College (USA: NY). Assistant Professor. Assistant Professor of Literature and Creative Writing 18th and Early 19th C Literature and Culture. Deadline: 1 November 2020. TT. FT. Job ad MLA Updates:
St. Norbert College (USA: WI) invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of English with expertise in 19th-century British literature. Potential secondary interests include 18th-century British literature and global studies. "Apply Now" link found: https://snc.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?site=1&id=321