We seek applicants for our History, Law, and Society program whose scholarship lies at the intersection between law and the social sciences. Scholars with expertise in the Global South are especially encouraged to apply. A PhD or equivalent degree is required by the date of the appointment. Applicants should combine a dynamic research agenda with a commitment to teaching in a Liberal Arts institution. Besides teaching core courses in the major, the successful candidate will also develop new courses for the HLS program that align with her/his/their scholarly interests and have the opportunity to collaborate with AUP’s interdepartmental research centers.
Applicants should include samples of recent scholarship (journal articles, chapters, published or in manuscript form) with their applications.
We invite and encourage women and underrepresented populations to apply. The University is an equalopportunity employer for whom diversity is an essential source of vitality and strength.
- The teaching load is six courses per academic year
- Teaching responsibilities will primarily be focused in the department’s History, Law, and Society curriculum
- Professional mentorship is an important component of our work with students.
- Commitment to scholarship, excellence in teaching, integrative learning
- Service to the department (contributing to curricular development and innovation, collegial behavior, advising students)
- Willingness to provide service to the university (participation in committee work, assessment, interdisciplinary collaboration)
- Participating in faculty governance, including attending full faculty, department, and committee meetings
- Working in a professional and collegial manner with the university community
- Maintaining compliance with policies and procedures in the Faculty Manual
Please submit your application apply.interfolio.com/133003 including:
• cover letter
• curriculum vitae
• statement of pedagogical philosophy with evidence of teaching effectiveness
• statement of research interests
• writing samples of recent scholarship
• three confidential letters of reference