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Université Humboldt (USA) : poste de lecturer / researcher

lundi 13 septembre 2010, par Marie-Pierre Julien

The Department of Critical Race, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at
Humboldt State University will be conducting a faculty search in Fall
2010. This position is open until filled. First consideration will be given to completed applications received no later than October 1, 2010.

We are seeking candidates broadly trained in comparative Ethnic Studies,
who place an analysis of the intersections of race, sexuality, class,
gender, and nationality at the center of their scholarship and teaching.
In addition, the candidates should be prepared to offer two courses per
year in African American Studies as part of the CRGS curriculum.
Additional desirable qualifications may include one or more of the
following specializations : Critical Race Studies, American Studies,
Diaspora Studies, Cultural Studies, Subaltern Studies, Multicultural Queer
Studies, Feminist Studies, or Postcolonial Studies. We seek
candidates with a strong interest in program and curricular development,
and a commitment to undergraduate teaching and advising.

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Questions about CRGS and
Humboldt State University can be directed to Barbara Curiel, search
committee chair, at : bc7 humboldt.edu

For questions, candidates are welcome to e-mail Diana Ferris Diana.Ferris humboldt.edu


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