Harvard Divinity School seeks to appoint an adjunct instructor/lecturer to teach one course in Spanish translation at the advanced intermediate level (HDS 4464) for the Fall Semester 2021. The appointment title will depend on the finalist’s academic qualifications.
The candidate is expected to teach one course at the advanced intermediate level 3rd semester of Spanish Translation) with an emphasis on reading and translation in theological and religious studies. Previous teaching experience at the college and/or university level is required.
This course is normally attended by students of Harvard Divinity School’s masters programs as well as the doctoral Program in Religion (FAS at Harvard University). There may also be students from the various member schools of the Boston Theological Institute.
This third semester-level course builds on two semesters of previous experience (at the college level or one course in the Summer Language Program at Harvard Divinity School). Review of Spanish grammar and syntax as they relate to the translations at hand are required, providing some cultural, historical, literary, and language background studies for the students are expected.
Class meetings during the academic year are held preferably on one or two evenings per week during the semester. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, following CDC, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and Harvard University guidelines, HDS intends to provide in-person instruction this fall. Teachers are required to reside in the larger New England area and to also be comfortable with hybrid and/or online modes of instruction.
The course must be open and accessible to the Divinity School’s diverse and multi-religious student body. The content of the course should reflect the diversity and variety of religious students and theology.
Applicants should demonstrate the following qualifications:
(1) completed advanced degree (completed PhD or advanced ABD candidates preferred) (2) prior experience teaching at the graduate level (3) sensibility to a multi-religious, diverse student body. Publications in the field are desirable, though not required.
Harvard Divinity School does not provide visa sponsorship for adjunct teaching positions. Please note that attorneys representing individuals are not authorized to file visa petitions on behalf of Harvard Divinity School.
Applicants may contact Margie Jenkins, Academic Affairs Office Coordinator at Harvard Divinity School, with any questions regarding the position.
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please also submit the following materials with your application:
1) Curriculum Vitae 2) Cover letter 3) Names and email addresses of three references
Equal Opportunity Employer:
HDS is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and encourages applications and nominations of women an/or ethnic minority candidates, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions or any other characteristic protected by law.
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