Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociocultural Anthropology or Sociology (Three-Year Position)
October 26, 2017
Earlham College invites applications for a three-year teaching faculty appointment as Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociocultural Anthropology or Sociology beginning Fall 2018. Areas of specialty are open.
The Sociology/Anthropology Department seeks candidates committed to excellence in undergraduate teaching, and to scholarly activity and active engagement with students.
Earlham is a progressive liberal arts college with strong commitments to social justice.
Primary Duties & Responsibilities
Earlham is especially interested in candidates with a research and teaching focus on one or more of the following: race/ethnicity/class, cities, media, education, health, mobile populations, sustainability, quantitative methods.
The College anticipates that beyond the department, the successful candidate would also contribute to one of the following interdisciplinary programs:
- African and African American Studies
- Human Development and Social Relations (an interdisciplinary program with Psychology Department to prepare students to work with individuals, organizations, and public policy relating to social issues)
- Women's, Gender, Sexuality Studies
- Environmental Sustainability
- International Studies
- Peace and Global Studies
Experience & Qualifications
A Ph.D. or an advanced ABD is required.
Applicants should send a cover letter detailing teaching and research interests, a CV with contact information for three references, a writing sample, and additional information you wish to include.
All application materials should be emailed to:
Social Sciences Division
Review of applications will begin December 4, 2017, and continue until position is filled.
Earlham College is an Equal Opportunity Employer that seeks applications from candidates who contribute to diversity in terms of race, ethnicity, age, religious affiliation, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, and veteran status, among other distinctions and contributions. As a College with a Quaker identity, Earlham also is eager to solicit applications from members of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).