Location: Bowling Green, KY Category: Faculty Posted On: Wed Nov 4 2020 Job Description:
The Department of Music invites applications for a full-time, tenure-eligible Assistant Professor of Music in Musicology. The successful candidate will demonstrate sound classroom management, organizational skills, and an ability to foster critical thinking, research, and scholarly writing skills in students; will teach required courses in music history and music literature to undergraduate and graduate music majors; teach and oversee core curriculum courses in music appreciation and other musicology courses; sustain an appropriate teaching, scholarship, and service portfolio; serve as the departmental liaison with the university library; and work collaboratively within a large and comprehensive music program. Candidates will have a broad approach to the musicology curriculum, will be capable of imagining and implementing innovative approaches to the discipline and emerging fields of study, and be able to teach and/or oversee curricula across the genres from Classical, Jazz, World Music, to other popular styles in an inclusive vision of musicology. Additional responsibilities will be determined by departmental needs and the candidate's strengths.
Earned Doctorate in Music History or Musicology (Ph.D.) at the time of appointment
Demonstrated research and scholarship in the field, and a commitment to public and professional service
Demonstrated leadership and administrative skills, and the ability to work effectively within a diverse campus community
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