New York University’s Department of History seeks to hire a scholar in the field of U.S. and the World from 1848 to the present at the assistant professor level. The department is particularly interested in scholars focused upon East Asia, Southeast Asia, or Latin America, with an interest in subjects including, but not limited to, global health, global indigeneity, environment, and the roles of race, gender and sexuality in shaping U. S. global power.
Appointment will begin September 1, 2023, pending budgetary and administrative approval. The deadline for applications is December 5, 2022. Those wishing to be considered should submit a letter of application, cv, and contact information for three letters of recommendation to INTERFOLIO. Because diversity is an important part of the NYU mission, as part of your letter of interest, please describe briefly how diversity figures into your past, present and future teaching and, if applicable, research. Information about diversity and inclusion statements may be found at http://as.nyu.edu/departments/facultydiversity/recruitment/diversity-statements.html.
Inquiries regarding the job may be directed to Calista LaMotte, Assistant to the Chair of History (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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