Ian and Heather Bourne Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowship 2024, Mount Allison University

Call for Applications: Ian and Heather Bourne Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowship – Art History and Museum & Curatorial Studies, Mount Allison University

The Pierre Lassonde School of Fine Arts at Mount Allison University invites applications for the three-year Ian and Heather Bourne Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowship (in person) in Art History and Museum and Curatorial Studies commencing July 1, 2024, subject to budgetary approval.

The successful candidate will have recently completed a Ph.D. (2017-24) in Art History with a focus on Canadian, and Indigenous Art. The candidate will be required to teach two courses per semester (2 terms), each with three contact hours of in-person class time per week.

Applications should include a letter of application, a curriculum vitae, a teaching portfolio, and the names and contact information of two references, submitted as a single PDF.

The deadline for receipt of complete applications is March 8, 2024 and will remain open until the position is filled.

Applications should be sent to:

Leah Garnett, Chair, Fine Arts Search Committee
Pierre Lassonde School of Fine Arts
The Purdy Crawford Centre for the Arts
Mount Allison University
152 Main Street, Sackville, NB E4L 1B3
506-364-2490
finearts@mta.ca

Mount Allison is a highly respected small undergraduate institution. With 14 full and part-time faculty and technical staff, a visiting artist, and approximately 130 students, the Pierre Lassonde School of Fine Arts offers a BFA and BA with majors and minors in studio art with BA majors and minors in Art History, and a minor in Museum and Curatorial Studies. The Pierre Lassonde School is located in the Purdy Crawford Centre for the Arts, a purpose-built facility on the Mount Allison campus. The Owens Art Gallery is an important support to the School on campus, with a program of contemporary and historical exhibitions and a visiting artist program.

Mount Allison acknowledges, honours, and respects that the land named Sackville, NB is part of the unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq People who are the historic inhabitants, custodians, and dwellers on the land where our University is built and confirms its commitment to strengthening relationships with all Indigenous people.

Mount Allison is committed to diversity and inclusiveness. We encourage applications from members of racialized communities, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, and persons of all sexual and gender identities. We seek candidates with qualifications and knowledge to contribute specifically to the further diversification of our campus community.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents are given priority. Canadians and permanent residents should indicate their citizenship status in their application.

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