Founded in 1919, AUC moved to a new 270-acre state-of-the-art campus in New Cairo in 2008. The University also operates in its historic downtown facilities, offering cultural events, graduate classes, and continuing education. Student housing is available in both downtown Zamalek and New Cairo. Among the premier universities in the region, AUC is Middle States accredited; its Engineering programs are accredited by ABET and the Management program is accredited by AACSB. AUC is an English-medium institution; eighty-five percent of the students are Egyptian and the rest include students from nearly ninety countries, principally from the Middle East, Africa and North America. Faculty salary and rank are based on qualifications and professional experience. All faculty receive generous benefits, from AUC tuition to access to research funding; expatriate faculty also receive relocation benefits including housing, annual home leave, and tuition assistance for school age children.
The Department of Arab and Islamic Civilizations is searching for an open-rank faculty member to teach Arabic Literature. Applicants should have a PhD in Arabic Literature. The applicant is expected to teach courses in all genres of Arabic poetry and prose from the pre-Islamic through the modern periods and should be fluent both in English and in Arabic. The candidate is expected to have relevant teaching experience at the university level. Successful candidates will teach three courses per semester at the undergraduate, graduate & Core Curriculum levels.
PhD is required by September 2013
Tenure- track position.
Positions open until filled. Review of applications will start immediately.
All applicants must submit the following documents online:
a) a current C.V.
b) a letter of interest;
c) a completed AUC Personal Information Form (PIF).
d) a statement of teaching philosophy.
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