Assistant Professor of Philosophy

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Job Description Summary:
The Arts and Humanities Division at Babson College has a tenure-track opening for an Assistant Professor of Philosophy beginning Fall 2022. AOS: Philosophy of Race, Africana Philosophy, Indigenous Philosophy (inc. Native American Philosophy), Philosophy of Environmental Justice, or Feminist Philosophy. AOC: Continental Philosophy. Candidates must be able to design and teach intermediate and advanced level philosophy courses to non-majors, and to teach in a cross-disciplinary arts and humanities foundation program that critically addresses ethical and aesthetic questions. Normal teaching load of 4 courses per year in the pre-tenure years and 5 courses per year thereafter.
Additional Information:
Must have Ph.D. in hand and teaching experience. Please submit a letter of application, curriculum vita, contact information for 3 academic references, 2 to 3 syllabuses of courses applicant has taught, and evidence of scholarly promise (ideally 1 or 2 publications). Additional materials may be requested after initial screening. First-round interviews will take place in early January.
Qualified applicants should apply here. Applications must be received by November 1.
Babson is a college of management with a robust liberal arts program, located 18 miles from Boston. Babson is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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