Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in European History
|Institution Type:||College / University|
|Location:||Maryland, United States|
The Department of History at Loyola University Maryland has revised and expanded its previous search announcement. We seek applicants for a tenure-track assistant professorship in European history (post-1700, including Russia and excluding Germany). Specialty open, but we are particularly interested in individuals working in the subfields of environmental, gender, urban, or migration/ethnic history. Applicants should demonstrate a commitment to undergraduate teaching, the promise of significant scholarship, and a commitment to service. The standard teaching load is three courses per semester, and the successful candidate will teach a 100-level introductory survey of modern Europe and a rotating sequence of upper-division undergraduate courses in her or his area/specialty. Participation in Loyola's Global Studies program is likely. Appointment will begin in August 2018. Ph.D. is expected by that date.
Preliminary interviews will be conducted via Skype in early January 2018. To apply, please visit https://careers.loyola.edu/ to submit online a cover letter, teaching evaluations, CV, three letters of recommendation, and a copy of graduate transcripts. Paper applications will not be accepted. All materials must be received by Monday, November 27, 2017. Questions regarding this position should be addressed to Dr. Thomas R. Pegram, Chair, European Search Committee at email@example.com.
Loyola University Maryland is a selective liberal arts university in the Jesuit Catholic tradition. The university is committed to intellectual excellence and social justice as it prepares students for a diverse and changing world. Recognized as a leading independent, comprehensive university in the northeastern United States, Loyola has a beautiful historic Evergreen campus in Baltimore and Graduate Centers in Timonium and Columbia. Loyola enrolls over 4,000 students in its undergraduate programs and about 2,000 students in its graduate programs.
In recent years, Loyola has undergone dramatic growth and development, adding numerous academic programs and positions. Global Studies, which entails a number of history courses, has been among the largest growth areas. Loyola also currently offers study abroad programs or exchanges in twenty countries, including several in Europe.
Loyola is committed to fostering an inclusive environment and seeks applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to its educational mission. Loyola is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, and welcomes applications from underrepresented groups. Additional information is available at www.loyola.edu
|Primary Category:||European History / Studies
|Secondary Categories:||Environmental History / Studies