Ithaca College Assistant Professor Position in Latino/a Studies

Ithaca College in New York invites applications for an Assistant Professor Position in Latino/a Studies. It is a full-time, tenure-eligible position to begin August 2010. Ph.D. required. Please apply as soon as possible.

Ithaca College Assistant Professor Position in Latino/a Studies

Job Description: Ithaca College is seeking applications for a full-time,
tenure-eligible Assistant Professor of Latino/Latina Studies, to begin
August 16, 2010. Responsibilities include teaching inter- and
multidisciplinary courses that add to our minor in Latino/ Latina
Studies (with some flexibility in designing these courses), advising
students, and providing service to the Center and College.

Qualifications: Ph.D. or advanced ABD (near completion) in the
Humanities or Social Sciences with a research focus on African, Latino,
Native American, and Asian-American (ALANA) people. Field of
specialization is open but the primary research area must be in
Latino/Latina Studies. We are especially interested in candidates whose
work is comparative in nature and opens up new ways of thinking about
race/racial identities. A focus on connections between ALANA people,
gender and sexuality, and domestic (U.S.) and/or global/international
issues is particularly welcome. Candidates must have an active research
and scholarly agenda and evidence of successful teaching in an
undergraduate liberal arts program.

Ithaca College, founded in 1892, is a private college offering a wide
variety of graduate and undergraduate programs, and is located in the
Finger Lakes region of upstate New York. Ithaca College is an
Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer.

For more information:
http://www.insidehighered.com/career/seekers/search?post_id=95794&cat=715

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