Located in cosmopolitan Ho Chi Minh City, is Vietnam’s first independent, non-profit, liberal arts university. Globally integrated but deeply embedded in Vietnamese society, Fulbright is dedicated to utilizing the latest advancements in institutional design, research, teaching, and technology to create an institution that is both innovative and globally relevant.
It thus stands at the forefront of one of the world’s fastest growing economies.
Fulbright is committed to making a liberal arts education accessible and inclusive. Our admissions team outreaches to all 63 provinces of the country and provides comprehensive need-based financial aid packages to students in need.
Students thus come from diverse backgrounds and therefore contribute to a rich learning environment. In addition to our diverse student body, Fulbright is also the home of a growing body of faculty hailing from institutions across the globe, all committed to cultivating an unprecedented learning experience that is deeply rooted in critical inquiry and social engagement.
About the Position
The Literature Program at Fulbright invites applications for two open-rank, full-time faculty members to begin in August 2023.
We are especially interested in candidates with expertise in early or pre-modern (pre-1800s) traditions or expertise across two or more cultures in a comparative sense.
Ideal candidates are committed to developing student-centered, high-quality pedagogy and contributing to an ambitious and rapidly growing undergraduate liberal arts program.
Candidates must also demonstrate evidence of effective teaching and an active research agenda.
Successful candidates will be asked to teach undergraduate courses (2-2 load) in their area of expertise and to contribute to core and foundations courses such as Global Humanities and Social Change, and Critical Methods in Literary Studies.
Literature Faculty may also advise graduating students in their capstone projects and are expected to actively participate in the general university community.