New York University: NYU – Domestic: Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development: Applied Statistics, Social Science, and Humanities
New York, NY
Aug 23, 2019
Position Description: The specific History of Education field of specialization is open. We are particularly interested in candidates whose work focuses on a specific sub-field of the history of education, who has a demonstrated capacity to work with both historians and educators, and whose interests are broad and span both fields and more. The successful candidate will be expected to play a leadership role in the department’s doctoral program in the History of Education as well as be committed to deep-level curriculum revision of doctoral and master’s programs, undergraduate teaching, and cross-departmental work. The candidate will also be expected to provide cross-departmental leadership and interdisciplinary collaboration in linking the History of Education program more closely with other programs in the department, School, and University. Candidates should have a distinguished record of scholarship and teaching.
Responsibilities: Conduct an active program of research and publication; teach and advise students at all levels of the department’s curriculum, including master’s, doctoral, and undergraduate courses of interest to a wide range of students; supervise student research; participate in department program development and program/department/school-level committees; and provide other service to the University.
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The successful candidate should have an earned doctorate in the history of education, or a related field such as a doctorate in history with a specialization in the history of education; a demonstrated record of a nationally recognized research program, including the ability to attract research support. The successful candidate should have strong communication skills as a classroom educator, a commitment to both undergraduate and graduate teaching, and a demonstration of excellence in teaching. Experience with university curriculum development will be a plus.
Please apply online through Interfolio with a letter of application, curriculum vitae, three samples of scholarly writing, research statement, teaching statement and evidence of teaching experience (syllabi, course evaluations, or other examples), diversity statement (describing how you address diversity and inclusion in the scope of your teaching and broader work), and the names and addresses of three individuals from whom letters of recommendations could be solicited.
Application review will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. For best consideration, materials should be submitted no later than October 15, 2019. Additional information about the position can be obtained from James Fraser, Professor of History & Education at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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