The Department of Music at Case Western Reserve University seeks a musicologist or ethnomusicologist with specialization in music since 1900. One-year appointment in musicology at the rank of Full-Time Lecturer, with possible renewal for additional one-year terms, depending on departmental need.
Strong performing background as well as expertise and teaching experience in ethnomusicology, world music, jazz, and popular music at the undergraduate and graduate level is desirable. Teaching load is two courses per semester plus supervision of undergraduate Capstone program, a share of departmental advising on the graduate level, and a share of audition and jury review on the undergraduate level. Duties may include undergraduate teaching in general education courses as well as teaching and advising in the Joint Music Program with the Cleveland Institute of Music (CIM). PhD or ABD status required.
A letter of application, C.V., academic writing sample, a diversity statement that explains how diversity, equity, and inclusion inform your past and/or future professional experience (scholarship, teaching, service), and letters of recommendation from three referees should be submitted via Interfolio (http://apply.interfolio.com/102805).
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