The Music and Theater Arts Section at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is seeking temporary part-time lecturers for the academic year 2021-2022 to teach the following courses:
Medieval and Renaissance Music (F21)
Introduction to Western Music (F21 & Sp22)
History of Jazz (F21)
Jazz Harmony and Arranging (F21 and/or Sp22)
Jazz Composition (F21)
Interactive Music Systems (Sp22)
Introduction to World Music (F21)
Jazz Advanced Music Performance (F21 and/or Spr22)
Teaching is expected to be in-person unless COVID protocols change significantly.
Advanced degree is required; ABD will only be accepted if the applicant has another advanced degree.
Please submit a dossier including curriculum vitae along with evidence of teaching experience (i.e. course evaluations and/or sample syllabi).
> Cover letter
> Curriculum Vitae
> Teaching statements (optional)
> Teaching Evaluations (optional)
> Sample Syllabi (optional)
All application materials must be submitted via Academic Jobs Online (AJO): https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/18648
We will begin screening applications on June 1, 2021 and will continue until all positions are filled.
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MIT Music and Theater Arts is united in our pursuit of artistic, intellectual, creative and technical excellence; this requires intense focus and dedication by all members of our community. We value diversity and practice inclusion with regard to identities, backgrounds, opinions and beliefs. Because we see our students as whole people, we prioritize their mental, emotional and physical health above the quality of their work. This ethos extends to both our advisory and pedagogical relationships. Diversity, wellness and inclusion are likewise central to our curriculum and hiring; we are therefore committed to recruiting a diverse faculty and staff to enhance the educational experience of the students we serve.
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