Limited Term Appointment in Early Modern Art Histories in the Department of Art History, Concordia University

This is a posting for a 24-month Limited Term contract in the Department of Art History. We are seeking candidates with expertise in Early Modern Art Histories. The successful candidate will be expected to teach the following undergraduate courses in the 2024-2025 academic year: ARTH 300 – Art Historical Methods; ARTH 364 – Studies in Renaissance Art and Architecture (Fall and Winter semesters); ARTH

365 – Studies in 17th and 18th Century Art and Architecture; ARTH 362 – Studies in Early Christian and Byzantine Art and Architecture; ARTH 391 – Art and its Changing Contexts; and ARTH 498 – Special Topics in the History of Art and Architecture (seminar).

Limited-term faculty members at Concordia University are full-time faculty whose primary duties include teaching and service, with no research obligations.

Qualifications and Assets

Applicants must have completed a PhD in Art History or a closely related discipline(s) by the time of taking up the position. Candidates must also demonstrate teaching excellence at the university level. We are seeking an art historian with a scholarly practice that engages directly with Early Modern Art Histories to fulfill the teaching duties detailed above. While courses to be taught can be adapted and provided with special topics according to the applicant’s expertise and areas of specialization, preference will be given to candidates who have scholarship pertaining to relevant historical periods.

Candidates are encouraged to share any career interruptions or personal circumstances that may have had an impact on their career goals in their letter of application. These will be carefully considered in the assessment process. The Department values diversity among its faculty and strongly encourages applications from those who will contribute to that profile. Concordia University is an English-language institution of higher learning at which the primary language of instruction and research is English. Since this position supports academic functions of the university, proficiency in English is required. Working knowledge of French, including reading and grading student work in French, is an asset.

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