„Assistant Professor of Music History“ (tenure-track)
Roosevelt University invites applications for an Assistant Professor of Music History, tenure-track, with specific expertise in the field of American popular music and experience in teaching undergraduate music history. The teaching load will include on an annual basis MUHL 210 Music of America, a required course focusing on American popular song, musical theater, ragtime, jazz, blues, gospel, country, bluegrass, folk, Latino, Cajun, and rock as well as the roots of American folk and popular music in African, Anglo-Celtic, and other musical cultures. The course also introduces students to world music studies, and perspectives and methods of ethnomusicology. The remainder of the instructional assignment is flexible, and may include other courses in the undergraduate music history core, undergraduate literature surveys (piano, vocal, orchestral, chamber), and/or graduate seminars.
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