University of Central Oklahoma, History & Geography
History, Native American & Public History
|Institution Type:||College / University|
|Location:||Oklahoma, United States|
|Position:||Assistant Professor, Tenure Track Faculty|
The Department of History and Geography at the University of Central Oklahoma invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track assistant professor in Native American history and public history to begin in August 2019. Secondary teaching areas would include early America and Oklahoma history.
Successful candidates will be expected to teach a 4:4 load at all levels of the graduate and undergraduate curriculum. The successful candidate’s courses will include graduate and upper-level in the field of specialization as well as the U.S. history survey course to 1877 and historical research. Building on the strong student-oriented tradition of Native American course offerings in the department, the successful candidate will be encouraged to develop interdisciplinary courses and collaborations with other programs on campus. The ability to incorporate digital media and methods into both teaching and projects is highly desirable. Preference will be given to candidates with formal academic training in public history and practical experience with public history projects. The department and university emphasize excellence in teaching and scholarship. Ph.D. expected by time of employment. Salary is commensurate with credentials and experience.
Application materials include online faculty application with cover letter discussing research interests and teaching excellence, curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, and transcripts to: www.UCO History - Native American & Public History FTTT .
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Review of applications will begin December 15, 2018. For more information about the University of Central Oklahoma, please visit www.uco.edu.
Patricia Loughlin, Ph.D., Search Committee Chair, email@example.com, (405) 974-5491
|Primary Category:||American History / Studies
|Secondary Categories:||Native American History / Studies