The Department of Africana Studies at the University of Delaware is seeking to fill a full time Temporary Assistant Professor (Instruction).
Ideal candidates should have a demonstrated ability to teach courses with a large enrollment, and will be expected to teach up to four core courses in our undergraduate program each semester. Applicants must be able to teach the second-half of the African American History Survey (African American History since the Civil War) and the Civil Rights Movement. Other course may include the Survey of African American Culture, Contemporary Issues in African American Culture, and Africana Studies Senior Seminar courses. Applicants must have a PhD in Africana/Black Studies, African American Studies or History, and have strong experience teaching courses in these fields. Applicants who are ABD will also be considered, but must have their PhD in hand by August 1, 2020. More information on the department may be obtained at our website: https://www.africanastudies.udel.edu/.
The start date is September 1, 2020. The position is for one year and is renewable for up to three years. Salary is competitive with benefits.
To apply, applicants should upload a letter of interest, curriculum vitae and three contact references. In addition, we are requesting that a teaching portfolio (inclusive of a teaching statement and two syllabi, one for African American History since the Civil War and one for the Civil Rights Movement) be uploaded.
Review of applications will begin April 16, 2020, and the position will remain open until filled. Inquiries may be emailed to Dr. Julie L. McGee, Search Committee Chair, at email@example.com.
Application material will not be accepted through personal correspondence with the search committee chair or other committee members. Application materials will only be accepted through TalentLink.
Employment offers will be conditioned upon successful completion of a criminal background check. A conviction will not necessarily exclude you from employment.
The Department of Africana Studies is committed to developing a diverse workforce.
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