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Bucknell University

Visiting Assistant Professor, Photography

Location: Lewisburg, PA
Posted: February 01, 2017
Application Deadline: March 30, 2017


Bucknell University
Human Resources
1 Dent Drive
Lewisburg, PA, 17837

Bucknell University is seeking a Visiting Assistant Professor of Photography. This is a one-year sabbatical replacement in the Department of Art and Art History for academic year 2017-18. Teaching responsibilities cover a full range of undergraduate fine arts photography courses from traditional darkroom to digital applications in fine arts photography as well as a video production or a lens-based installation course. A commitment to teaching introductory level courses in these areas is required for this position.

Required: MFA in photography.
Preferred: College level teaching experience beyond the TA level and a record of artistic achievement. Preference will be given to candidates whose artistic practice successfully embraces cultural, social, and philosophical themes.

Required documents: Letter of application, curriculum vitae, artist statement, statement of teaching philosophy, and names and contact information for three references. As part of the application package, we also require 20 images of creative work and 20 images of student work. Please include in your letter of application the URL of a website where these can be found. Applications are only accepted through Interfolio By Committee.

Review of applications will begin March 1 and continue until the position is filled. Initial interviews will be conducted by phone and are tentatively schedule to take place at the end of March.

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