Location: Binghamton, NY Category: Faculty Posted On: Thu Mar 26 2020 Job Description:
The Binghamton University (State University of New York) Department of Music invites applications for a two-year Visiting Assistant Professorship in Musicology beginning in September 2020. This position begins Fall semester 2020 (9/1/2020) and runs through Spring semester 2022 (8/31/22), with the potential for renewal. We seek a colleague with the ability to engage students at the undergraduate and graduate levels in a broad array of courses. The successful candidate may also have the opportunity to advise honors projects and master's theses.
The Binghamton University Music Department offers nationally-accredited graduate and undergraduate degrees, including the Master of Music degree with emphasis in History & Literature, Composition, Conducting, Collaborative Piano, Instrumental Performance, and Vocal Performance; the Master of Music in Opera, the Bachelor of Music in Performance, and the Bachelor of Arts in Music. Students from across the university participate in a wide range of music courses, lessons, and ensembles, and the Department serves the university and local community through a varied program of performances.
Essential Duties, Tasks, and Responsibilities
This position entails a 3-3 course load. The yearly schedule will include one graduate-level seminar, one Western-music survey for music majors (1750-1900 or 1900-present), an introductory course in the Western classical tradition for non-majors (taught both semesters), and both major- and non-major electives, preferably focusing on 20th- and 21st-century popular and vernacular musics. The Music Department is particularly interested in expanding our curricular offerings in African-American, Latinx, Indigenous, and other historically marginalized musical cultures.
A completed PhD or ABD status in Musicology or a closely related field (PhD strongly preferred) by the appointment start date.
Experience teaching college courses in music history as instructor of record.
Experience teaching courses in music history for music majors or master's students.
Experince teaching courses focused on popular or vernacular musics, especially those of African-American, Latinx, Indigenous, or other historically marginalized musical cultures.
Experience developing and teaching new courses.
Teaching experience that engages closely with the candidate's research and publication program.
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