*Towson University: Assistant Professor of Music History and Culture
(tenure-track), *beginning August 2017

*Qualifications: *

A Ph.D. in music history, musicology, or ethnomusicology in hand by the
time of application. ABD and candidates holding a D.M.A. will not be
considered. Record of excellence in teaching at the university/college
level as the instructor of record. Ability to incorporate creative,
diverse, critical, and interdisciplinary approaches in scholarly work and
teaching. Experience in teaching courses in popular musics, African
American musics, jazz, film music, non-Western musics, and/or global
perspectives in music. Demonstrated scholarly achievement. Areas of
expertise in teaching and scholarship should complement those of current
faculty; effective in integrating technology into instruction.


Teach courses in music history and culture for music majors (undergraduate
and graduate) and non-majors, including Western music canon surveys.
Contribute to curriculum development by bringing creative, collaborative,
and interdisciplinary approaches to a large and diverse music department.
Carry out a distinctive scholarly agenda with publications and
presentations; participate in academic governance and department, college,
and university service.


Deadline for applications is January 21, 2017. A digital dossier will
include: 1) A letter of application outlining your qualifications to teach
in areas enumerated above, your research agenda, and ideas to integrate
your scholarship in our diverse undergraduate music curriculum; 2) A
curriculum vitae; 3) A sample syllabus; 4) A copy of the transcript from
your doctoral degree granting institution; Mailing addresses, e-mail
addresses, and business telephone numbers for at least three references who
may be contacted by the search committee.

Submit complete digital dossiers in PDF format as a single file to:
musichistorysearch -at-

*Full job description and additional information:*

*Towson University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and
has a strong institutional commitment to diversity. Women, minorities,
persons with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.*


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