While this position is obviously not history of medicine, I thought I
would post here in case any of you have colleagues/friends who might
find this appropriate. Thanks. Susan
Job Title: Assistant Professor—Women and Gender Studies
Position type: Faculty
Department: Women’s and Gender Studies
The Women’s and Gender Studies Department at Wellesley College invites
applications for a tenure-track, beginning assistant professor in
migration and transnationalism to start in the fall, 2013. We seek a
social scientist (or training in a related field) whose research and
teaching utilizes qualitative or quantitative methods. Priority will
be given to scholars whose work is non-US based. The successful
candidate will teach a 2/2 load that includes introduction to women’s
and gender studies, globalization and migration, global feminisms, in
addition to courses in the new faculty member’s specific area.
Demonstrated teaching ability, commitment to undergraduate women’s
education, and a developed research agenda are expected. Our
department is interdisciplinary, has its own faculty, and attracts a
large number of Wellesley students to its courses and major/minor.
PhD preferred (ABD considered). We are dedicated to building a
culturally diverse and pluralistic faculty. Candidates should through
their teaching, scholarship, or service demonstrate a commitment to
building a diverse community.
A statement of teaching and research interests should be included in
the cover letter; CV, a writing sample and three letters of
recommendation are required (The online application will request
names/email addresses so that recommenders or dossier services may
submit the letters directly). Materials should be submitted through
the online application system at https://career.wellesley.edu. All
materials must be submitted by the closing date of November 15th to be
considered. If there are difficulties submitting on line, please
contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on the
department, see: http://www.wellesley.edu/WomenSt/.