Northeastern University, History Department
Full Professor, Associate or Assistant Professor, U.S. and the World
|Institution Type:||College / University|
|Location:||Massachusetts, United States|
|Position:||Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Full Professor|
The Department of History at Northeastern University invites nominations and applications for a specialist in the field of United States and the World to be appointed at the rank of professor, associate professor, or assistant professor for Fall 2013. Successful candidates will advance the Department’s undergraduate programs and the innovative graduate world history program; they might also contribute to undergraduate International Affairs program, to planned M.A. programs in International Affairs and American Studies, and to college initiatives in internationalizing the curriculum and in the Digital Humanities. A doctoral degree in History or a related field by the start date is required. Applicants should submit a letter of interest, including a statement on teaching, a CV, a statement of current and future research plans, a writing sample of no more than fifty pages, and contact information for four referees or a dossier service. To apply visit the College of Social Sciences and Humanities website at: http://www.northeastern.edu/cssh/ and click on the Faculty Positions button. Please address inquiries about the position to Heather Streets-Salter, Chair of the U.S. and the World Search Committee, email@example.com. Review of applications will begin October 1, 2012, but the search will remain open until the position is filled. Minorities, women, and persons with disabilities are especially encouraged to apply. Northeastern University is an AA/EOE committed to diversity and multicultural studies in a global context.
Please address inquiries about the position to Heather Streets-Salter, Chair of the U.S. and the World Search Committee, firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Primary Category:||American History / Studies
|Secondary Categories:||World History / Studies