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Tasha Oren <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 3 Mar 2021 18:27:28 -0500
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P/T Lect Black US Film at Tufts University for Fall 2021 (remote or in

The Film and Media Studies Program at Tufts University is searching for a
part-time lecturer for Fall 2021 to teach a course at the undergraduate
level in U.S.-based Black film studies.  While the course may focus on
particular periods, movements, trends, styles, and filmmakers, it should
offer a broad overview of the subject in all its richness and diversity,
and should cover filmmakers working both within and outside Hollywood.
Teaching may require in person, hybrid or remote assignments.

A Ph.D. degree in Film Studies or a related field, as well as experience
teaching at the college level, are preferred but advanced ABD are also
welcome to apply.

Application Instructions
All applications are submitted via Interfolio at
<>* .

Apply with a cover letter, current CV, sample syllabus for a course in U.S.
Black film studies, course evaluations from previous courses if available,
and three confidential letters of reference submitted directly by their
authors. The cover letter should include a statement describing the
candidate’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion  Questions about
the position may be directed to the Film and Media Studies Program, Tufts
University: [log in to unmask] *Review of applications begins March 12, 2021*,
and continues until the position is filled.

Contact and application are here:

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