From colleagues at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay:
Assistant Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies (Anthropology, Political Science, Sociology, Women’s Studies, or related field). We seek candidates with specialization in gender and the law. The new faculty member will be expected to teach Law and Society, Gender and the Law, as well as other lower- and upper-level courses in their area of specialty. Will perform scholarly activities consistent with rank, advise students, perform institutional service, and contribute to the ongoing development of the department.
- Doctorate in Anthropology, Political Science, Sociology, Women’s Studies, or a related field from an accredited institution; will consider ABD candidates with the expectation that the degree is completed by the end of the first-year contract period
- Ability to teach Law and Society, and Gender and the Law, and other courses within specialization
- Demonstrated potential for excellence in teaching and scholarship
- Commitment to undergraduate education
- Communication and interpersonal skills sufficient to work effectively with a diverse array of students and colleagues
Preferred: Doctorate in Anthropology, Political Science, Sociology, Women’s Studies, or a related field from an accredited institution by the beginning date of the appointment
Submit a letter of application that specifically addresses qualifications for the essential job functions listed above, course evaluations if available, curriculum vitae, unofficial transcripts of graduate work and three letters of recommendation. Start date: August 27, 2012. For more information, please see here.
Completed materials should be submitted electronically as Microsoft Word or PDF attachments. If you are unable to submit materials electronically in this format please call or email for special arrangements. To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by November 4, 2011. Files must be complete to be considered.
Submit application materials to:
Professor Kim Nielsen
Democracy and Justice Studies
Phone: (920) 465-2487