Department of Chinese Language and Literature
The Department of Chinese Language and Literature is in the Faculty of Arts that offers diversified programmes including the undergraduate and the postgraduate programmes.
There has been a clear position of the Department that sets a foothold in Asia with a global vision, aiming at combining tradition with modernity and promoting traditional culture while also keeping pace with the progress of the times.
Further information about the Department is available at http : / / www.chi.cuhk.edu.hk /
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Closing date : June 30, 2022
The Department is now inviting applications for Professor / Associate Professor / Assistant Professor in the area of Chinese classical literature.
Applicants with a research interest in classical Chinese narrative literature are particularly preferred. Further information about the Department is available at http : / / www.chi.cuhk.edu.hk /
iii) a track record of scholarly research and publications as well as potential for research grant writing; and (iv) a strong commitment to excellence in teaching and scholarship.
Successful candidates are expected to demonstrate a strong record of research accomplishments and a strong interest in teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
To be considered for appointment at the rank of Associate Professor or Professor, applicants should have achieved a high standing in the relevant research field and demonstrated academic and international professional leadership.
The appointee will (a) develop and teach courses at postgraduate and undergraduate levels, (b) supervise postgraduate students, (c) bid for external competitive grants, and (d) assist in administrative matters.
Appointments will normally be made on contract basis for up to 3 years initially commencing August 2022, which, subject to performance and mutual agreement, may lead to longer-term appointment or substantiation later.
Applicants should complete the online application form and upload the following : (i) full resume with a cover letter, (ii) abstracts of selected published papers, (iii) a research plan, (iv) evidence of teaching performance with a teaching statement, and (v) names and e-mail addresses of three referees to whom the applicant's consent has been given for their providing reference.