Special Assistant Professor in Women's Studies
Description of Work Unit
The Center for Women’s Studies and Gender Research (CWSGR) is an interdisciplinary apex of research, academic, teaching, and out reach program housed within the Department of Ethnic Studies. The program is devoted to examining the positions of women and the organization of gendered relations in culture and society from both intellectual and activist perspectives. Central to our consideration of women and gender is a commitment to investigating the intersections of class, race, ethnicity, sexual identities, queer identities, non-heteronormative identities, age, ability, citizenship, empire, nation, and national origin along the social structures and power continuums of oppression, difference, and privilege. Guided by the wide spectrum of feminist and other critical identity or gendered perspectives, our program aims to heighten awareness and understanding of the range of human experience, potential, and accomplishment in order to advance the goals of social justice. In the course of meeting these objectives, we seek to nurture and disseminate knowledge about women and gender that is 1) historically-informed, 2) grounded at every level of life experience, including interpersonal, household, workplace, and state arenas, 3) focused on marginalized and privileged populations, and 4) dedicated to social change.
This is a 9-month, part-time position at .6 FTE, with an annual salary of $31,000. The successful candidate will be expected to teach three Women’s Studies courses per year and to provide service support for the director in fulfilling the mission of the Center. The service component includes: advising undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in various programs, recruiting new students, developing new women’s studies courses, and attending meetings in support of the Center’s programs and activities. The position is renewable each year, pending budgetary approval and satisfactory performance reviews.
Required Job Qualifications
Master’s degree and demonstrated interest and ability to teach women’s studies courses.
Preferred Job Qualifications
Ph.D in Women’s Studies and related fields.
Special Instructions to Applicants
To add your name to the applicant pool, please upload individually a letter of application, curriculum vita, sample syllabi, and name and contact information of three references who can speak to your teaching.
References will not be contacted without prior notification of candidates.
This pool expires December 31, 2017. Individuals wishing to be considered beyond this date must reapply.
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Reflecting departmental and institutional values, candidates are expected to have the ability to advance the Department’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.
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