The Department of Art History in the USC Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences in Los Angeles, California may have one or more teaching-track faculty openingsÂ for a part-time lecturer in the coming 12 months. Lecturers may be asked to teach courses and/or lead discussion sections.
Courses for which we may be hiring include:
AHIS 100 Introduction to Visual Culture AHIS 120gp Foundations of Western Art
AHIS 121gp Art and Society: Renaissance to Modern AHIS 125gp Arts of Asia I: Antiquity to 1300
AHIS 126g Arts of Asia II: 1300 to Present AHIS 127g Arts of the Ancient Americas
AHIS 128g Arts of Latin America
AHIS 201g Digging into the Past
AHIS 230 Art and Culture in Early Modern Europe AHIS 250m Modernity and Difference: Critical Approaches to Modern Art
AHIS 255g Culture Wars: Art and Social Conflict in the Modern World
AHIS 304m Gender and Difference in the Early Modern Period
AHIS 330 Medieval Art
AHIS 321 Greek Art and Archaeology
AHIS 322 Roman Art and Archaeology
AHIS 343 Renaissance Art
AHIS 344 Baroque Art
AHIS 363m Contemporary Art and the Culture Wars (Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Contemporary Art)
AHIS 364 Myths, Arts, Realities: Visual Culture in California, 1849 to the Present
AHIS 365m African American Art AHIS 368 Modern Art I:Â 1700 â 1850
AHIS 369 Modern Art II: 1851-1940 AHIS 370g Modern Art III: 1940 to the Present AHIS 373g History of Photography
AHIS 376 Introduction to African Art
AHIS 381g Visual Cultures of Asia
AHIS 384 Early Chinese Art
AHIS 427 Archaeological Theories, Methods, and Practice
AHIS 465 Studies in American Art AHIS 470 Studies in Contemporary Art AHIS 475m Blackness in American Visual Culture AHIS 477 Studies in Visual and Material Culture AHIS 494 Undergraduate Proseminar in Art History AHIS 525 Seminar in American ArtÂ
QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D. in a relevant field and demonstrated teaching excellence in the subject area.Â
Copies of teaching evaluations
Course syllabi for courses taught
The names of three individuals who will be contacted by USC for a letter of reference. Referees should speak to teaching abilities.
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