Women, Society and Development Program. This post offers an excellent career opening for scholars in gender and women studies within the broad development of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. The successful candidate will ideally have excellent professional experience with a completed doctorate and will be committed to producing innovative research ideas/projects, and have a strong or developing record of publications. S/he will work closely with other degrees within the college, and work with stakeholders to ensure providing new opportunities for students’ internship.
The candidate will be expected to teach graduate courses, applying a range of methodologies for teaching and assessment, contribute to all levels of curriculum development in area(s) of specialty, including the development of Women, Society and Development curriculum, course syllabi, and/or any other initiatives. S/he should be committed to project-based teaching and learning and the integration of professional practice into classroom activities, encouraging students to analyse and reflect on their understanding of specific gender and women theories. The candidate is expected to maintain an active research plan and participate in departmental and college-wide initiatives.
The successful candidate will ideally be a dynamic scholar of Middle Eastern Studies/ Women’s and Gender Studies or closely related fields with a strong record of publications with international exposure. The candidate will be expected to contribute to a wide range of leadership tasks at a strategic level. S/he needs to be fluent in English, and preferably a language or languages of the region.
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