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New College Franklin—a four-year Christian liberal arts college in Franklin, TN—is seeking a professor of Trivium. Part-Time-->Full-time Our Trivium professor will teach Composition, Logic, and Rhetoric, as well as a course or two in the humanities. We are seeking candidates who are proficient in teaching, able to make connections between their classes and the rest of our curriculum, and passionate about educating students to be excellent communicators. Candidates should be well-versed in their particular field as well as possess a broad knowledge of the liberal arts and the great books. They should care deeply about bringing their courses to bear on faith, praxis, and the unity of knowledge; and
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