We are looking for an outstanding junior scholar in any social science or humanities discipline whose research offers a critical perspective on the contemporary Middle East and would complement the strengths of our existing faculty in Middle Eastern Studies. The ideal candidate has an in-depth understanding of the modern Middle East, knowledge of at least one Middle Eastern language, and has a Ph.D. in one of the following fields: Anthropology, Comparative Middle Eastern Studies, Cultural Studies, Politics/Political Economy, Sociology, Urban Studies/Geography, or similar. The appointee will be expected to teach at the graduate level (MAs and some PhDs), advise MA students, and participate in the activities of the Kevorkian Center.
A demonstrated research and teaching experience is required, and advising experience is a plus. Review of applications will begin January 1, 2018. We are especially interested in receiving applications from women and minority candidates. Please submit a cover letter, a CV, one writing sample, and three letters of recommendation. To apply, please go tohttps://apply.interfolio.com/46267.
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