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The Department of Fine Arts at Indiana University Southeast invites applications for a tenure-track, Assistant Professor of Fine Arts in Contemporary Art History to begin late August 2014. We seek candidates with doctorate in Art History, earned no later than August 2014, with expertise in Contemporary Art.
Normal teaching load is four courses per semester with one of these reassigned time for research. Primary responsibilities include the teaching of one or more courses in contemporary art, as well as upper and lower level courses in other areas of Western art and art appreciation. A commitment to undergraduate teaching, advising, and service is essential.
The successful candidate should have prior experience teaching art history at the post-secondary level. Preference will be given to candidates with experience teaching Contemporary Art.
Electronic submissions only. Please attach application letter, vita, a copy of official graduate transcripts, and a statement of teaching philosophy. Three letters of recommendation are required; recommenders send letters separately, as email attachments. All application materials should be sent to the Fine Arts Art History Search Committee, via email, to the following address: HR@ius.edu. Note Art History Search in the subject line. Review of complete applications will begin January 8, 2014 and will continue until the position is filled. Contact Human Resources (812 941-2356) should you need any application process accommodations due to a disability.
IU Southeast is one of eight campuses of Indiana University with an enrollment of over 7000 students, offering bachelor's and master’s degrees in a wide range of disciplines We are located in New Albany, Indiana, 15 minutes from downtown Louisville, Kentucky. The Kentuckiana area is known for its cultural, athletic, and recreational activities and low cost-of-living index. Louisville was recently designated by Lonely Planet as the top US travel destination for 2013, calling the city an “offbeat cultural mecca.”
Consistent with the university’s commitment to diversity, persons from traditionally underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply.