Lecturer Art History/Non-Western, Department of Fine and Performing Arts - Non-tenure Track
Job Description: Loyola University Chicago (LUC), College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Fine and Performing Arts (DFPA) invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure track, three-year renewable appointment in Fine Arts with expertise in Non-Western Art History for the academic year 2019-2020, pending final budget approval. We are seeking a generalist who can teach our survey courses for our core curriculum as well as a non-western course for majors. The DFPA houses the Fine Arts, Music, and Theatre Programs, which together approximate more than 400 undergraduate majors and minors. The Fine Arts program offers a Bachelor's degree serving approximately 130 undergraduate arts majors in art history, ceramics and sculpture, drawing, painting and printmaking, photography and visual communication. For more information about the Fine Arts at Loyola, please visit its website at http://luc.edu/finearts. The successful applicant for the position should possess the ability to teach a variety of courses in Art History to support our undergraduate liberal arts program in Art History. Teaching responsibilities will include survey courses such as Art and Visual Culture, Art History Prehistoric-Renaissance, Renaissance, or Modern Art and additional non-western courses related to the candidate's area of expertise and in support of the College of Arts and Sciences interdisciplinary minors. Other responsibilities could include service to the Department, including office hours for student advising, faculty meetings, committee work, participation in recruitment initiatives and attendance at public programming.
Qualifications: The successful applicant will have a Ph.D. in Art History and evidence of college teaching experience.
Job Category: University Faculty