Global & Intercultural Studies/Havighurst Fellow/VAP

Oxford, Ohio, United States
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Department: Global and Intercultural Studies

Division: Academic Affairs

Posting Date: 02/06/2018

Job Category: Faculty

Position Group: Faculty

Job Description Summary:

Job ID: 5264

The Havighurst Center for Russian and Post-Soviet Studies and the Department of Global and Intercultural Studies welcome applications for a joint Teaching Fellow / Visiting Assistant Professor in contemporary issues in Russia, Eastern Europe or Central Asia.

Duties/Physical Demands:

Teaching responsibilities include Introduction to International Studies as well as upper-level courses in specialty. Focus is on policy issues in the post-Soviet region. The position will be jointly administered by the Global and Intercultural Studies Department and the Havighurst Center: the teaching fellow will have the opportunity to participate in events and event planning for the Center. The position is renewable for up to four years dependent on performance and funding.

Minimum Qualifications:

Applicant must hold a Phd in political science, geography, history, economics or anthropology or post-Soviet studies by date of appointment (August 2018).

Duration: 9 months

Temporary: Yes

Benefit Eligible: Yes

For Inquiries for Posting, Contact: Stephen Norris

Posting Inquiries Contact Information (phone, email…):
norriss1@miamioh.edu

Date to Begin Screening: 02/25/2018

How to apply

Apply online

Required Documents: Cover Letter, Curriculum Vitae, Other

Special Instructions to Applicant:
Submit 1-page description of 4 courses candidate would propose to teach as “other” documents

Application Types Accepted: Faculty

Criminal Background Check Required: Yes

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