The African and African-American Studies Department at The College at Brockport, State University of New York, is pleased to announce the search for a one year Lecturer to begin work in Fall 2018. We seek candidates who are capable of teaching our core courses, including Introduction to African and African-American Studies, Institutional Racism and perhaps an upper division course in African-American Studies such as The Black Family; Contemporary Black Women; The Black Americas; Jamaican Seminar; or Prejudice, Personality, and Culture. The teaching load is 4/4 and the term is one academic year, 2018-2019.
The College at Brockport is nestled in a Victorian village on the Erie Canal. Our current student enrollment exceeds 8,000 undergraduate and graduate students. The African and African-American Studies is a small but growing department with a student-centered approach to examining and producing knowledge on the peoples of African and the African Diaspora.
ABD in the social sciences and humanities (Africana Studies, history, sociology, political science, psychology, criminal justice, philosophy, English) or interdisciplinary studies (Latin American Studies; Women's Studies, and Caribbean Studies) from an accredited US Dept of Education or internationally recognized institution.
Demonstrated teaching and/or research interest centering on the study of African people from an Africa-centric frame of reference, with an emphasis on the African Diasporas (African-Americans, Afro-Latinx, Afro-Caribbean, Afro-Canadian).
Ph.D. in African-American Studies/Africology/Africana Studies or a relative field in social sciences/humanities from an accredited US Dept of Education or internationally recognized institution.
Please visit jobs.brockport.edu to complete an application including your cover letter that addresses required and preferred qualifications, CV, and contact information for three professional references. Official transcripts are required upon hire. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled with preference given to application material received by 5/11/18. Employment at The College at Brockport is contingent upon the successful completion of a background check and final budgetary approval.
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Founded in 1835, The College at Brockport is a nationally recognized comprehensive public college focused on student success. We are proud of our academic quality and exceptional value. Our 464-acre campus has 67 buildings occupying about one-quarter of the campus, with rolling grassy fields and wooded land. Each year, The College at Brockport awards approximately 25 percent of all bachelor's degrees in the Rochester area, with many alumni staying in Rochester to work or attend graduate school. Our alumni serve in leadership roles in business, government, public safety, health care, the arts, sciences and education.