Georgetown University, History
Tenure-Track Assistant Professor, African-American history since Emancipation
|Institution Type:||College / University|
|Location:||District of Columbia, United States|
|Position:||Tenure Track Faculty|
The Department of History at Georgetown University invites applications for a
tenure-track assistant professorship in African-American history since Emancipation, to begin in August 2011. The successful candidate will have his or her PhD by 8/1/11 and will also have, ideally, a record of successful teaching and publication. Our interests include scholars who specialize in the history of African-American women, African-American social and political history, and/or African-American Studies. We are also looking for historians with interdisciplinary perspectives and who are interested in developing relationships with cultural institutions in the Washington, DC area. The person appointed to this position will also be affiliated with and teach in the African-American Studies Program.
Please send an application letter describing current and future research and teaching interests and a c.v. as electronic attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note in the subject line the title of the position for which you are applying. Three letters of recommendation should be sent via regular mail addressed to: Professor Maurice Jackson, Chair, African-American History Search Committee, Department of History, Georgetown University, Box 571035, Washington, DC 20057-1035.
Review of applications will begin November 15, 2010 and continue until the position is filled. Only complete applications will be considered.
Georgetown University is an equal opportunity, equal access,affirmative action employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce and encourages applications from women, people of color, veterans and peoples with disabilities.
Professor Maurice Jackson, Chair, African-American History Search Committee, Department of History, Georgetown University, Box 571035, Washington, DC 20057-1035.
|Primary Category:||History Education
|Secondary Categories:||Black History / Studies