Visiting Professor, U.S. labor and working-class history
|Institution Type:||College / University|
|Location:||New York, United States|
The ILR School at Cornell University seeks applications for a non-tenure track, open rank, Visiting Professor, for a two-year appointment in the history of U.S. workers, labor or related social, political, comparative or transnational history.
Historians who currently possess a Ph.D. are strongly preferred. Teaching requirements include an undergraduate survey of U.S. labor and working-class history as well as electives in the candidate’s area of expertise. The standard teaching load is two courses per semester. The position will normally begin in August 2010, however an earlier start date may be possible. For additional information, please contact Professor Ileen A. DeVault at email@example.com.
The ILR School is the world’s leading college focused on work, employment, and labor issues. Information about the ILR School is available at www.ilr.cornell.edu. Faculty in its Department of Labor Relations, Law, and History (formerly Collective Bargaining, Labor Law, and Labor History) include leading scholars from a number of disciplinary backgrounds who study a broad range of issues related to labor and employment. Information about the department is available at www.ilr.cornell.edu/academics/cb.html.
Applications from women and minority candidates are strongly encouraged.
Review of materials will begin October 15, 2009.
Candidates should send a letter of application, vita, and three letters of recommendation to:
firstname.lastname@example.org(Please specify “Labor History position” in the subject line)
Visiting Professor - Labor History
ILR Human Resources
103 Ives Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853
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|Primary Category:||Labor History / Studies
|Secondary Categories:||African American History / Studies
American History / Studies
Chicana/o History / Studies
Women, Gender, and Sexuality