Assistant Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies
The Lafayette College Women’s and Gender Studies Program invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position in the area of feminist activism, social movements and/or policy beginning in the Fall Semester 2019. A Ph.D. in Women’s and Gender Studies or an appropriate social science field is required at the time of appointment.
We seek a teacher-scholar who will contribute to our vibrant and growing interdisciplinary major program. Candidates should be able to teach the WGS introductory course, as well as intermediate and advanced courses in the areas of feminist activism, social movements and/or policy. The ability to teach interdisciplinary feminist research methods and design is also of interest. The WGS program at Lafayette is committed to intersectional perspectives and candidate expertise in intersectional approaches to both pedagogy and scholarship is highly desirable. Academic responsibilities include teaching 4 courses the first year and then 5 courses per year thereafter, and participating in events and programming related to Women’s and Gender Studies. In all cases, the successful candidate will have training in Women’s and Gender Studies, a commitment to pedagogical excellence, a promising scholarly record, and interest in working in collaborative interdisciplinary settings.
Applications will be accepted until October 15th, 2018. Candidates should submit a letter of application, brief statements of teaching and research interests, a C.V, a sample syllabus, a short (max 10 pages) writing sample, and three letters of reference to apply.interfolio.com/52641. Candidates should include in their application an explanation of how their teaching, research and/or scholarship could contribute to Lafayette’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Prospective applicants with inquiries about the position can contact Mary A. Armstrong, Chair of the Search Committee, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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