NYU Buenos Aires is looking for a part-time lecturer in Art History for the course Visual Cultures in Colonial and 19th Century Latin America in the Fall 2019 Semester (Aug 26 - Dec 12). The course meets for three hours per week (which is split between two weekly sessions) at NYU Buenos Aires, for a total of 45 contact hours over the semester.
The course examines key aspects of Latin American art from the Colonial period to the early decades of the twentieth century. Through the analysis of artistic images of Mexico, Peru, Brazil and Argentina, the course discusses the role of visual representation in the process of conquest and colonization of the territory in Latin America, and later the construction and consolidation of national states and regional identities. With the alternation of guided visits to museums in Buenos Aires and classes, students will have the opportunity to learn about artistic languages, techniques, iconography, production systems, and some aspects of Latin American history.
For further course content information, please see the sample syllabus posted on our website.
About NYU Buenos Aires
NYU Buenos Aires is the only NYU's global study-away site in Latin America and provides NYU students with the opportunity to spend a semester studying in Buenos Aires while earning credits towards their degree. The program is fully integrated into NYU's curriculum and designed for undergraduate students in degree programs across the disciplines who want to earn credit in their major – such as Art History, Spanish, Politics & International Relations, Global Liberal Studies, Economics, Public Health, and more – while having a transformative experience abroad. Courses are offered in English or Spanish, depending on the sponsoring academic unit. Most seminars and lectures take place at the academic center located in Recoleta neighborhood. The program size is 55 to 80 students per semester. If you would like to learn more about our program, please visit NYU Buenos Aires.
A PhD degree or PhD candidacy in Art History or similar relevant field is required.
Have a trajectory of academic publications in the field.
Be fluent in English.
A minimum of three years teaching experience at university level, in particular with undergraduate courses.
Preference will be given to candidates who have familiarity with US academic settings and prior international teaching experience.
Experience in mentoring undergraduate students in self-guided projects in independent research.
Women, ethnic minorities, persons of minority sexual orientation or gender identity, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Completed applications should include a cover letter, cv, a scan of your highest degree certificate, statement on teaching philosophy, and the contact information of three referees.
Applications will be reviewed jointly by NYU Buenos Aires and NYU New York. Interviews of short-listed candidates will be held in person at NYU Buenos Aires and online/by phone with faculty from NYU New York.
Terms and conditions will be discussed with the successful applicant.
Please direct any inquiries to Julia Tomasini, NYUBA Assistant Director for Academic Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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