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Last updated: 09/14/16
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Visiting Assistant Professor of Global Politics and Societies
The Global Politics and Societies (GPS) Department at Hollins University in Roanoke, Virginia invites applications for a Visiting Assistant Professor. This is a full-time position with a three-year appointment beginning July 1, 2017.
The new GPS department includes four separate major programs of study in sociology, religious studies, political science, and international studies and one minor program of study in social justice. Each of the programs uses an interdisciplinary approach with some shared courses and collaborative teaching based on the common research and teaching interests of faculty members.
The ideal candidate will be a broadly trained political scientist or sociologist with global research and teaching interests. Applicants should be able to teach introductory courses in comparative politics and international studies, as well as upper-level electives in sociology and international studies. The faculty member will also be expected to contribute to shared courses in other GPS programs of study. Preference will be given to candidates who can also contribute to one or more of the following programs: environmental studies, gender and women’s studies, religious studies, and/or urban studies. The position carries a teaching load of three courses per semester. Other duties include advising students, conducting independent studies, supervising students doing senior research projects, participating in department and university service, and ongoing scholarly activity in the form of publications and presentations.
Candidates must meet the following minimum requirements: Ph.D. in political science, sociology, or related GPS discipline completed by June 30, 2017; evidence of scholarly promise; and an excellent record of teaching at the undergraduate level. Applicants must also demonstrate a clear understanding of and commitment to teaching in a single-sex, liberal arts institution. Applications are sought from those who have demonstrated success working with diverse populations and share Hollins’ commitment to preparing students for leadership opportunities in a broadly diverse, global society. Final candidates will be subject to a criminal history background check.
Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, separate statement of teaching philosophy, evidence of effective teaching, three letters of recommendation, and graduate school transcripts (unofficial transcripts are acceptable) to GPS@hollins.edu. Applications must be received by Dec. 1, 2016 to receive full consideration.
Assistant Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art History
The Art Department at Hollins University in Roanoke, Virginia invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art History beginning July 2017.
The successful candidate will be a strong teacher and scholar who can offer courses in modern and contemporary art and architecture at all levels. Desirable secondary areas of teaching expertise include the history of photography and some aspects of global visual culture. Teaching load is six courses per year, which includes one course during the January short term. Other duties include advising students, conducting independent studies, supervising students doing senior research projects, participating in department and university service, and ongoing scholarly activity in the form of publications and presentations. The Art Department is housed in the Richard Wetherill Visual Arts Center, which offers state-of-the-art teaching facilities and a close collaboration with the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum.
Ph.D. and substantive college teaching required at time of employment. Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, a statement of teaching philosophy, and graduate school transcripts (unofficial transcripts are acceptable) to email@example.com. Applications are sought from those who have demonstrated success working with diverse populations. To ensure full consideration, applications should be received by Friday, November 18, 2016. All applications will be acknowledged, and interviews will be held at the CAA conference in New York, NY on February 15-18, 2017. Final candidates will be subject to a criminal history background check.