Harvard Divinity School seeks to appoint an adjunct instructor/lecturer in Elementary Coptic to teach 2 courses (one course each semester) during the fall and spring semester 2019-20.
The candidate is expected to teach master's and doctoral students in the two courses at the elementary level on the Coptic language. The course covers basic Sahidic Coptic grammar and syntax, with selected readings from the Coptic Bible and other early texts.
The course must be open and accessible to the Divinity School's diverse and multi-religious student body. The appointment title will depend on the finalist's qualifications.
Applicants should demonstrate the following qualifications: (1) completed advanced degree (PhD or ABD candidates preferred), (2) prior experience teaching at the graduate level, and (3) sensibility to a multi-religious, diverse student body. Publications in the field are desirable, though not required.
Harvard Divinity School does not provide visa sponsorship for adjunct teaching positions. Please note that attorneys representing individuals are not authorized to file visa petitions on behalf of Harvard Divinity School.
Applicants may contact Marlon Cummings, Department Administrator for the Office for Academic Affairs at Harvard Divinity School, with any questions regarding the position.
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Please also submit the following materials with your application: 1) Curriculum Vitae 2) Application letter 3) List of References 4) Proposed brief course descriptions
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