Lecturer - History
|Institution Type:||College / University|
|Location:||Washington, United States|
The College of Social & Behavioral Sciences and Social Work invites applications for one full-time Lecturer in World Civilization/Britain/Military History to begin September 2013. Responsibilities include working and teaching within the History Department. Primary teaching responsibilities will be introductory and upper level courses in World Civilization, British and Military History.
Position is open until further notice; screening will begin after 04/25/2013. All materials will be held in strictest confidence; references will not be contacted until candidates have been notified.
Eastern Washington University is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty, staff, students, and academic program offerings and to strengthening sensitivity to diversity throughout the institution. Eastern Washington University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer, and applications from members of historically underrepresented groups are especially encouraged.
1) Master's Degree in Britain, British Empire and/or Military history, any time period or geographical specialization relevant to these fields is acceptable.
2) Two or more years experience teaching university or college level British and military history courses
3) Two or more years experience teaching a freshman-level survey course in either World or European civilization
4) Demonstrated interest, experience and/or ability to promote cultural competence and/or diversity.
1) Ph.D. or ABD in Britain, British Empire and/or Military history, any time period or geographical specialization relevant to these fields is acceptable.
2) Demonstrated experience teaching upper-division and graduate courses in the history of Britain--Tudor to the present, the British Empire, and upper-division courses in military history;
3) Demonstrated teaching excellence and versatility within two or more of our three core areas of emphasis: (1) World Civilization; (2) Britain, British Empire, and (3) Military history.
4) Commitment to interdisciplinary collaboration with the Military Science program.
|Primary Category:||British History / Studies
|Secondary Categories:||Military History