Habib University invites applications for positions in World History. Depending on credentials and experience, candidates will be considered at the rank of Lecturer, Assistant Professor or Associate Professor as appropriate. Annual teaching load for Lecturers is 6 courses per year and for ladder faculty 5 courses annually. Candidates must be gifted teachers able to offer courses in World History from 1450 C.E. to the present, and also help support the Habib Liberal Core (either by teaching in the Writing program and/or Habib’s core course What is Modernity?). Candidates also qualified to teach courses in one or more regional histories (particularly of Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America or North America) are strongly encouraged to apply. Additionally, the ability to teach historiography and advanced courses on major philosophies of history will be a plus. Successful candidates will be committed scholar-mentors who can thrive in a student-centered undergraduate liberal arts institution, and will expected to be active participants in strengthening historical studies curricula and the Comparative Liberal Studies program. Review of applications will begin February 1, 2020.
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About Habib University
Located in the world’s third largest city - Pakistan’s highly affordable, bustling, diverse and dynamic artistic, commercial and intellectual capital of Karachi, Habib University opened its award-winning modern campus in fall 2014 as Pakistan’s first university of liberal arts and sciences devoted exclusively to undergraduate education. Classes are typically under 25 students - allowing close interaction between students and faculty. The University prides itself both on its needs-blind admissions policy – assuring access to all qualified students - and the quality and dedication of its increasingly diverse international faculty - over 93% of whom hold advanced degrees from leading global institutions. The University also enjoys close connections with several prominent institutions of higher education in the U.S., including the Claremont Colleges, Stanford, UC Berkeley, the University of Michigan and Texas A&M. An innovation in Pakistani higher education, Habib University is also among a handful of global institutions actively rethinking what defines the liberal arts and sciences in the 21st Century.