Lecturer in English for Fall 2022

Faculty Boston, Massachusetts


The Department of English at Suffolk University in Boston is seeking a qualified instructor to teach one section of the first half of our British literature survey for English majors (ENG 213) in the fall semester.  The course meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:00-12:15.  ENG 213 covers British literature from its origins through the late eighteenth century.

Minimum qualifications include a PhD (ABD considered) in English with a specialization in early modern or late medieval literature and college teaching experience in which the candidate was the sole instructor of record. 

Applications should be made through the Suffolk HR website and should include the following components: CV including the names and contact information of three references and a brief cover letter.  Review of applications will begin immediately. 

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