Department of International Literary & Cultural Studies
Judaic Studies: Introduction to the Talmud
Part-Time Lecturer (Nontenure-track)
The Judaic Studies Program at Tufts University announces a part-time, two-semester position in rabbinic literature, beginning in September 2021.The teaching responsibility will be for one course in the Fall semester, Introduction to Talmud, taught in English, and one course in the Spring semester on gender or sexual orientation in rabbinic literature, also taught in English. Hours for the fall semester are presently Thursdays9:00-11:30 AM. Hours are negotiable for subsequent semesters.
Requirements: Advanced degree in Judaic Studies (MA or higher) and teaching experience required. We seek candidates with a proven record in creating an engaged classroom experience and creating courses that highlight moral and ethical issues in rabbinic literature.
To apply, please submit a letter of application and curriculum vitae. Applicants should also arrange to have two confidential reference letters submitted directly by the authors. All application materials must be submitted via: http://apply.interfolio.com/89293. Questions about the position may be directed to Prof. Joel Rosenberg at firstname.lastname@example.org
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continues until the position is filled.
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