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TT at Southern CT State U (Jan 2, 12)

  • Posted by: Annika Thiem
  • Posted Date: December 5, 2011
  • Filed Under: Job Ad

Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT. Assistant Professor, tenure track position, beginning fall semester 2012. Ph.D. expected. 4 courses per semester. AOS: Open. AOC: History of Philosophy. Department has needs in the teaching of introductory courses, especially critical thinking, as well as philosophy of gender or race, philosophy of education and other areas in applied philosophy. We are a pluralistic department with a strong commitment to the history of philosophy.

We are seeking a candidate who is able to teach an introductory critical thinking course and to help cover courses in our history of philosophy sequence (ancient, medieval and renaissance, early modern, 19th century, as well as various 20th century courses). Descriptions of these and other courses we offer can be found at http://www.southernct.edu/undergraduatecatalog/uploads/textWidget/wysiwyg/documents/SCSU_UGCat_09_11.pdf pp. 111-113.

Opportunities for release time for research. Salary competitive. The department is strongly committed to recruiting faculty from traditionally underrepresented groups, and encourages candidates to provide evidence of experience with diversity issues, diverse students, and working in multicultural environments. Deadline: Applications postmarked by Jan. 2 will receive full consideration. EO/AAE. Send complete dossier, including syllabi and teaching evaluations, letters of recommendation and writing sample to: Search Committee, Department of Philosophy, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT 06515

The job description is also posted at http://www.southernct.edu/employment/Job_Openings/philosophy/ and on the JFP website.

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