Position: Senior Lecturer In Modern Greek Studies
The Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies at Princeton University invites applications for a full-time Senior Lecturer, to begin September 1, 2022, for an initial three-year term, renewable on a five-year basis. Course load will be two courses each term, a combination of Modern Greek language instruction and other Hellenic Studies courses, depending on the curricular needs of the Seeger Center and student demand. Responsibilities include teaching modern Greek language at the introductory, intermediate and/or advanced levels, aiming at linguistic proficiency, as well as transcultural fluency and intellectual engagement with modern Greek culture in its broader, local and global contexts. There will also be regular opportunities for teaching or co-teaching introductory or upper-level topics courses in Hellenic Studies, as well as for additional on-site teaching at the Princeton Athens Center during the summer months. Reporting to the Seeger Center Director and the Program in Hellenic Studies Director in their respective areas of responsibility, the successful candidate will also serve as Associate Director for Teaching, Learning, and Public Service, coordinating the modern Greek language and culture curriculum, supporting certain academic offerings at the undergraduate and graduate levels, running Hellenic Studies teaching and learning programs, and managing co-curricular and public service initiatives on campus and in Greece.