The Department of Classical and Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures (CMLLC) occasionally employs part-time faculty to teach basic courses in the following languages: Chinese, French, German, modern Greek, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Swahili, and Ukrainian. Minimum requirements include native or near-native language ability in the target language and English, experience in post-secondary language teaching, and an M.A.in an appropriate field. Not all areas have openings every semester but an expression of interest and a CV will be kept on file.

Applicants for teaching Arabic should have native or near native fluency in Arabic and English, an M.A. or higher is required, in addition to some experience teaching at all levels of Arabic language instruction.

Instructors are sometimes needed for Latin or Ancient Greek. Minimum requirements are an M.A. in Classics or the language in question, and experience teaching an ancient language.

CMLLC occasionally has openings as well for part-time faculty to teach classics courses in English in the following areas: Classical Civilization (Greek and Roman), Greek Mythology, and Word Origins (vocabulary building via Greek and Latin roots). Minimum requirements are: an M.A. in Classics, Ancient Greek, Latin, Classical Archaeology, or ancient history, and teaching experience in these subjects.

The Department occasionally has openings for part-time faculty to teach English language courses in the areas of Islamic history and Modern and Contemporary ME history.  Minimum requirements are: M.A. in ME/NE Studies, knowledge of the Arabic language as a source of reference and teaching experience in these areas.  

For information on the CMLLC course pools for Part Time Faculty, please click here.

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