University of North Texas, History
Assistant Professor, Colonial Latin America
|Institution Type:||College / University|
|Location:||Texas, United States|
|Position:||Assistant Professor, Tenure Track Faculty|
University of North Texas
Department of History
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
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Department Summary: The UNT Department of History hosts the university’s minor and certificate in Africana Studies and the minor in Mexican American Studies, as well as its undergraduate certificate program in Food Studies. Several of our faculty members hold affiliations with the UNT Women’s and Gender Studies Program. The department is also home to UNT’s renowned Oral History Program, to a number of digital scholarship projects, and to the UNT Military History Center. We have 35 full-time faculty members; approximately 500 undergraduate majors and minors; and 100 graduate students.
UNT has a highly diverse campus with a wide range of languages spoken in addition to English. We welcome candidates who have experience with HSI/MSIs and/or who speak Spanish, Vietnamese, American Sign Language, Chinese (Cantonese, Mandarin and other variations), Arabic, Tagalog, Farsi, French, or/and Yoruba.
Position Summary: The successful candidate will teach the upper-division courses in colonial Latin American history and graduate courses in their field(s) of specialization. The candidate is expected to conduct a vigorous research program, supervise graduate training, and serve on departmental committees. This position will contribute to the Latina/o Mexican-American Studies and the Africana Studies Minor and Certificate Programs.
An offer of employment for this position will be made dependent upon available funding.
Minimum Qualifications: PhD in history or closely related field by the time of appointment.
Preferred Qualifications: Ability to support the Africana Studies Minor and Certificate Programs.
Physical Requirements: Ability to communicate
Area of Specialty: Colonial Latin America
Security Sensitive: This is a security sensitive position.
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Posting Number: F697P
Special Instructions to Applicants: Your diversity statement should describe how you incorporate diversity, equity, and inclusion into your research and teaching practices, and how you would contribute to the development of a diverse and inclusive learning community at UNT through teaching and service.
Review of applications will begin on February 1, 2022 and continue until the position is filled. Please direct questions to Professor Sandra Mendiola Garcia, Search Committee Chair, at email@example.com.
Apply Here: https://jobs.untsystem.edu/postings/53805
Please direct questions to Professor Sandra Mendiola Garcia, Search Committee Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Primary Category:||Latin American and Caribbean History / Studies
|Secondary Categories:||Black History / Studies
Colonial and Post-Colonial History / Studies