The Division of Liberal Arts at the University of North Carolina
School of the Arts (UNCSA) invites candidates with an
interdisciplinary background to apply for one of multiple positions
to begin on August 1, 2019. Candidates interested in joining a
vibrant, creative and thoughtful faculty devoted to undergraduate
teaching and learning beyond traditional boundaries should
UNCSA is part of the seventeen-campus University of North
Carolina system. The undergraduate division of UNCSA offers
professional training for artists in a four-year program that
culminates in a BFA or BM degree. The Division of Liberal Arts
(DLA) offers a curriculum that contributes to the cultural and
intellectual growth of students majoring in Design &
Production, Dance, Filmmaking, Music, and Drama.
In the DLA, we offer core courses such as “On Being a
Contemporary Artist,” “Self, Society and Cosmos” and “Paths to the
Present”, to provide students with the opportunity to enhance their
perspectives on themselves as individuals and their relation to
diverse historical and cultural contexts, and to develop the habits
of mind and communication skills essential to becoming tomorrow’s
influential, socially engaged arts professionals. We design courses
of special relevance to students of the arts, including electives
such as “The Biology of Movement,” “Contemporary Female Playwrights
in the #metoo Era,” “Writing About Other People-_the Interview,”
“Philosophy of Art,” and “How to Read a Film.” We have diverse
specialties in history, the humanities, foreign languages,
literature, media studies, philosophy, psychology and the natural
sciences, but we all contribute to the general education program
and carry a 4/4 teaching load (including core courses).
A review of applications will begin on October 26, 2018 and will
continue until January 1, 2019. For position details,
UNCSA is committed to a liberal arts philosophy.
UNCSA is an EEO / AA Employer.
Location/Region: Winston Salem, NC (US - 27127)