2023-09-04 Non-tenure-track Faculty Position of Western Art History

The Graduate Institute of Art History at NTNU seeks to appoint a non-tenure-track faculty. The appointment is expected to begin on August 1, 2024. This position will be responsible for teaching and mentoring in English at the graduate level, as well as pursuing high-level research and publication. Teaching experience is desired. Speaking in Mandarin is welcome. This position will provide the opportunity to be promoted to tenure-track faculty.

The Graduate Institute of Art History (GIAH), founded in 2008, is committed to the highest international standards in both research and education. The Institute has two prolific programs of Western and Eastern Art History, with close attention paid to intercultural issues. The Western Art History Program mainly comprises European art and architectural history from the late Middle Ages to the present. Instruction in Western Art History is in English. We seek candidates prepared to teach a range of courses within the framework of the Institute’s Western Art History curriculum. Applicants whose expertise and teaching demonstrate a perspective and awareness of intercultural issues are especially welcome.

Application documents of first employment for full-time faculty required by the College of Arts, National Taiwan Normal University:

Except for applicants, who just obtained their Ph.D. degree, the candidate should fulfill the requirement:

A minimum of two peer-reviewed academic papers—as first or corresponding author—published or accepted for publication (proof of acceptance required) in the last three years and listed in one of the following science citation indexes: Science Citation Index (SCI), Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE), Social Science Citation Index (SSCI), Taiwan Social Science Citation Index (TSSCI), Engineering Index (EI), Arts and Humanities Citation Index (A&HCI), Taiwan Humanities Citation Index (THCI); or one peer-reviewed academic book published within the last three years (proof of review and acceptance for publication required).

Candidates from foreign countries may submit papers published in peer-reviewed periodicals as equivalent to meet the requirement.

Option: Hosting one research project granted by the National Science and Technology Council, Taiwan (formerly MOST [Ministry of Science and Technology]) or by other national governmental organizations in the last three years can be considered one peer-reviewed academic paper. Only one of the papers could be substituted.

Note: “Just obtained their Ph.D. degree” refers to who, within two years from the time of obtaining their Ph.D. degree up to the recruitment announcement date, have not held a tenure position in a college or higher educational institution.

To apply, please submit the following documents:

1. Letter of application, CV, statement of teaching and research interests;
2. Two confidential letters of recommendation;
3. Sample syllabi for courses;
4. Photocopy of Ph.D. diploma;
5. Copy of academic publications (or proof of acceptance) with a note of citation index;
6. Other proofs of qualification.

Please send your complete application with the requested documents under the title “Application for the Faculty Position of Western Art History” to:

Dr. Tsai, Chia-Chiu,
Graduate Institute of Art History,
National Taiwan Normal University
No. 162, He-ping East Road, Sec. 1, Da’an Distr.
10610 Taipei City, TAIWAN

For full consideration, applications should be received by November 30, 2023.

Address any questions regarding this position to:
Contact: Ms. Tsai, Hsin-Yeh
Tel: +886 (0) 2 7749-5605
Fax: +886 (0) 2 2395-9886
Email: hoart@deps.ntnu.edu.tw
Website:  National Taiwan Normal University Graduate Institute of Art History Intruduction
               National Taiwan Normal University Graduate Institute of Art History Official Website

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