Classical and Modern Jewish and Hebrew Literature
Harvard University seeks to make an appointment in Classical and Modern Jewish and Hebrew Literature. The successful applicant will be a scholar of Hebrew language and literature, who studies the subject comparatively and contextually (e.g. through the comparative study of other languages and literatures, through the application of various disciplinary approaches, etc.). Modern period expertise is preferred, and a solid grounding in classical Hebrew texts is strongly desired.
The rank of the appointment is open; junior scholars are especially encouraged to apply. A strong doctoral record is required.
Departmental affiliation to be determined. Teaching duties include four courses per year at the undergraduate and graduate levels; demonstrated excellence in teaching strongly desired.
Candidates should submit cover letter, CV, teaching statement, research statement, evidence of teaching effectiveness, and the names and contact information of three references by applying online at