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Who got what Edit When candidates or committees feel comfortable to do so, please post results. Congrats to all job earners!
When it's known, could we put whether the hire already had a t-t job? I'm curious about how often this is the case. Robert Terry PhD Rhetoric and Composition Louisville, 2 short stories, position focused primarily on professional writing with some creative writing elements.
Murray Farish MFA Houston; 1st book under contract - internal hire, he was a visting prof for a long time. Director of Furious Flower Poetry Center: John Nieves PhD candidate at University of Missouri, 1 book forthcoming, [his website says he is an asst prof at Salisbury already] Leaving TT at Purdue University.
Leaving TT at U of Alabama. University of Nebraska, Someone was kind enough to post the article on her FB page. Is there anyone left who doesn't think the humanities runs on a corporate model in which neopotism is rampant? I actually thought this was one of the "better" years in terms of inside hires, but maybe that just shows how jaded I have become I recognize 5 inside hires among the poets.
So there's a chance there's a few more. The single-most important factor in getting a tenure-track job is who you know. It FAR outweighs any other variable. The next is probably publication, followed by diversity. Talent -- which committees don't know how to assess -- is way down the list.
Often when a visiting prof is hired, the committee will say they hope it can turn into a permanent thing. It rarely happens, and sometimes after a semi-promise is made, someone else gets hired from the outside anyway if there is a tenure line that comes open.
It is a heartbreaking thing.
This discussion of "inside hires" makes it sound so sinister for a university to basically promote to tenure a person who they would have hired on the tenure track the first time if there had been a tenure line. Presumably, if they promote the visitor, it means the person has been a good teacher, a good colleague, and a good publisher.
In short, a desirable known quantity whose work has been very good, and who everyone hopes to keep around. That seems like a good thing, karma-wise -- instead of cutting a good person loose because of the arbitrariness of the one- or three-year appointment, the person's good work is rewarded with a more permanent gig.
It would be better for the whole creative writing eco-system if every university who had a good and qualified visitor or lecturer would promote to tenure-track reliably. When it happens, even as rarely as it happens five poets this year is a sad, small number, given how many non-tenure-trackers there are in this countryit seems like a thing to celebrate, not a thing to treat as though it were ugly and terrible.
I think the above commentator gives a false impression. When departments have someone they like who is already in a "visiting position" that the Dean okays for a "tenure line," the so-called "search" is often just pro forma to comply with regulations.
I have seen this happen and I've heard of numerous detailed accounts from others. Despite what the poster above says, it's not all that rare.
The other applicants -- of which there might be s -- spend their time and money naively sending in materials. Of course, there is little way for any of us to know in advance.
There's so little transparency in these matters, which makes strategizing one's efforts and conserving one's resources very difficult.
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