Date: Thu, 7 Oct 1999 16:00:04 -0500 (CDT)
From: CAROL E CYGANOWSKI <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: AMS position available
The American Studies Program of DePaul University seeks applications for a
tenure-track position at the Assistant or Associate level.
Required: Ph.D. in American Studies or appropriate discipline with
interdisciplinary dissertation. (Ph.D. in hand by September 2000)
Evidence of commitment to excellence in undergraduate teahing. Research
Desired specialty(ies) include: Urban, Race & Ethnicity, Popular Culture
(especially as it intersects race, ethnicity,gender, sexuality).
Job Description: To teach American Studies undergraduate major and minor
courses (including core courses, methodologies, and special topics
courses) and American Studies courses in the Liberal Studies* (general
education) program. To actively participate in the activities of the
American Studies Program and its multidisciplinary Program Committee of
faculty--including curriculum development, special events, faculty
development, program promotion, and student advising. Possibility of
arrangement to teach disciplinary courses in appropriate department(s)
and/or in other interdisciplinary programs.
*DePaul University's commitment to its urban, Catholic mission is
evidenced in the design of its general educaiton program, in which
candidates are expected to teach and for which they are invited to develop
new courses. Opportunities include first year urban based
courses--Discover Chicago and Explore Chicago, first year Focal Point
Seminars--focusing on a single topic from multiple perspectives, second
year seminars in multiculturalism, amd third year experiential or service
learning courses. The American Studies Program also offers "Domestic
Studies," travel/study courses in U.S. destinations.
See the DePaul University web page (http://www.depaul.edu) for
more information on the university and the American Studies Program web
page (http://www.depaul.edu/~american) for more information on the
DePaul University has multiple campuses in the Chicago metro area. The
American Studies Program is based on the Lincoln Park Campus, the main
residential campus in one of Chicago's most exciting neighborhoods.
DePaul is now the largest Catholic university in the U.S., with well over
19,000 students in undergraduate and graduate programs; the 1999 entering
first year class was over 1,700.
We seek faculty who reflect the diversity of our students, and we
encourage applications from members of underrepresented groups.
Send letter of application, cv, and three letters of reference, to be
received no later than November 20, 1999, to Carol Klimick Cyganowski,
Director, American Studies Program, DePaul University, 802 W. Belden,
Chicago, IL 60614.
Consideration of applications will begin as of October 20, 1999 and will
continue through applications received by November 20, 1999.
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