The Department of History at Northern Arizona University seeks to hire a non-tenure-track Lecturer specializing in the history of the Islamic World and Global History. This appointment is a leave replacement and will be for three years beginning Fall 2021. Historical period and area of specialization are open, though in keeping with the department’s mission of understanding local histories in a global context, we are looking for a teacher-scholar whose research and teaching focuses on the history of Islam in a global context. The successful candidate will teach the Department’s two-semester Islamic history survey courses, one half of the World History survey, and upper division courses commensurate with the successful candidate’s regional and thematic specialization. The successful candidate should also be able to contribute to the Department’s thematic strengths at the graduate level, which at present include Race, Ethnicity & Gender; Politics, Economy & Culture; Indigeneity & Colonialism; Environment & Health; Transregional & World; Borderlands & the U.S. West; and Public History & Interpretation.
Review of applications will begin April 12, 2021.
To view full vacancy please go to www.nau.jobs , Faculty and Administrator Openings, Vacancy #605267