Lecturer in Screenwriting and Film History
The Department of Communication at Georgia State University in Atlanta invites applications for a lecturer in screenwriting and film history to start August 15, 2016 pending budgetary approval. The ideal candidate would be able to teach classes in a range of fiction forms (such as feature and short film, serial and episodic television, and adaptation) and various perspectives on film history. The position requires a completed terminal degree in film, television, communication or a closely allied discipline or extensive professional experience and evidence of teaching effectiveness.
Georgia State University (est. 1913) enrolls more than 51,000 undergraduate and graduate students, and is the largest university in Georgia. Students are enrolled from every Georgia county, every state in the nation and more than 145 countries. The university is proud of the rich diversity of its students. More than 900 undergraduates have declared film and media their major, and our programs are closely connected to the major media resources of Atlanta. The department’s M.A. and doctoral programs also attract considerable graduate student interest in moving image studies. The department includes roughly 40 TTF, 50 doctoral, 100 MA, and 1900 undergraduate majors, w/ programs in film and media, speech, and journalism.
To apply, send application letter, resume/CV, evidence of teaching success, and three letters of recommendation to Dr. Greg Smith/Screenwriting Lecturer Search, Department of Communication, P.O. Box 5060, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, 30302-5060. Files will be reviewed upon receipt. An offer of employment will be conditional upon background verification.
GSU is an EO/AA employer; women and minority applications are especially encouraged.