Visiting Assistant Professor Specializing in Indigenous Rights and Gender

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The University of Dayton is seeking a Visiting Assistant Professor in Indigenous Rights and Gender, to begin August 16, 2022. The position is for one academic year with the possibility of renewal. This opportunity is a result of the collaboration between Human Rights Studies, Women’s & Gender Studies, and Race & Ethnic Studies, with the goal being that this hire could help build capacity and interest in ongoing work at the University of Dayton that links our three interdisciplinary programs. The position will entail a 3/2 teaching load, including introductory courses in the three programs, suitably advanced courses commensurate with candidate’s qualifications, and professional mentorship.
We seek a teacher-scholar prepared to contribute to the ongoing development of our curriculum concerning Indigenous Studies, specifically at the intersection of Race and Ethnic Studies (RCE), Human Rights Studies (HRS), and Women’s and Gender Studies (WGS). This individual will also have the opportunity to contribute to other ongoing university initiatives, such as the Social Practice of Human Rights [], the Global Voices Symposium [], and our annual Native Peoples of the Americas Colloquium [].
At the University of Dayton, we strive to foster an inclusive climate because we know that it is only through embracing diversity and inclusivity that we can accomplish our commitment to pursuing social justice as a means of becoming the university of the common good. To Apply click Here.
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