Academic positions are advertised in the MLA Job Information List. The Program has online access to both the English and Foreign Language listings. Both listings include positions in Comparative Literature. They are accessed through http://www.ade.org and http://www.adfl.org. For our username and passwords, see the Graduate Program Assistant.
Positions are also advertised in the Chronicle of Higher Education. These can also be accessed online at http://chronicle.com/section/Jobs/61/. No username or password is necessary to access the Chronicle’s listings.
- Article: “The MLA Job Interview: How to Prepare & What to Expect“, Andrea Quarracino, AWP
- Article: “The MLA Job Interview: What Candidates Should Know“, Ann Budliana, ADFL Bulletin
The CU Libraries website provides information on Careers in Academic Librarianship.
- Bolster Your Master’s Degree by Learning a Foreign Language — is a great resource for both teachers and people interested in master’s degree programs and how to navigate the higher education landscape today.
Information on postdoctoral opportunities can be found in the Fellowships and Grants section of the September issue of the PMLA.
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