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|About the Position: One-year Visiting Instructor/Assistant Professor of History beginning on September 16, 2014, through June 15, 2015. The position is open to historians of the Early American Republic.
|About the College/Department: The Department of History at Western Washington University consists of nineteen tenured or tenure-track faculty whose courses serve approximately 230 history majors and make significant contributions to the university’s general education curriculum. History courses cover nearly every historical era and much of the globe. The department encourages its faculty to participate in interdisciplinary programs such as Latin American Studies, Women’s Studies, International Studies, East Asian Studies, Canadian-American Studies, and the Honors program. Faculty in the department provide high quality courses that prepare majors and non-majors with skills in research, analysis, and writing. The department likewise fosters a small but strong M.A. program in history and a nationally recognized M.A. program in Archives and Records Management.
|Position Responsibilities: The successful candidate will teach seven courses.
|Required Qualifications: |
- Ability to teach the survey of U.S. history to 1865, the survey of U.S. history since 1865, or the survey of World History since 1500
- Ability to teach upper-level courses in the history of the Early American Republic
|Preferred Qualifications: |
- Ph.D. in the history of the Early American Republic
- Candidates who show promise as a teacher and ability to work effectively with diverse students and colleagues
|Academic Emphasis: Early American Republic
|Job Location: Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA
|Salary: Commensurate with experience and qualifications
|Bargaining Union: United Faculty of Western Washington|
|Application Instructions and Requested Documents: Please log in below and submit your application via WWU's Electronic System for Employment (EASE). Note: You will need to be using Internet Explorer to utilize our online application system. |
A letter of application along with a c.v., a graduate transcript, sample syllabi for upper-level courses, U.S. History since 1865 or World History since 1500, and three letters of reference are required.
Letters of reference should be sent directly to:
Jennie Huber, Administrative Services Manager
Department of History, MS 9061
Western Washington University
516 High Street
Bellingham, WA 98225-9061
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|Job Posted: 5/27/2014|
|Closing Date: 6/25/2014|
|Recruitment #: 140360|
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