Santa Monica College: Tenure Track Professor of Art History
Santa Monica College is seeking a full-time, tenure track faculty member in the Art Department. Santa Monica College is a multi-campus institution with vibrant campuses located in sunny Santa Monica and Los Angeles California. The ideal candidate should share SMC’s commitment to educating its racially and socioeconomically diverse population. We currently enroll about 27,500 students, the majority of whom are from racial minority populations as follows: 40% of SMC’s students are Latino, 8% are African-American, 9% are Asian-American, 1% are Native American, 27% are White and 4% are multiracial. SMC has transferred more students to the University of California campuses than any other college in the country – for 26 years straight. SMC also is the top feeder college west of the Mississippi to the Ivy League Universities.
Santa Monica College provides a safe, inclusive, and dynamic learning environment that encourages personal and intellectual exploration – one that challenges and supports students in achieving their educational goals. Students learn to contribute to the local and global community as they develop an understanding of their relationship to diverse social, cultural, political, economic, technological, and natural environments. The College recognizes that each individual makes a critical contribution to the achievement of this mission.
The SMC Art Department is committed to advance equity and inclusivity through research, pedagogy, and reshaping the curriculum. We seek a candidate who will provide outstanding, equity-minded instruction that propels our students to success in whatever they endeavor. We embrace the global community and the study of art and its creation as a central aspect of all human experience that is essential in today’s global environment.
The successful candidate will teach courses in Art History and maintain office hours; participate in Art Department activities including, but not limited to department meetings, advisory committee meetings, curriculum development, Online Educational Resources (OER) & Zero Textbook Cost (ZTC) initiatives, faculty evaluation, academic and career advisement for students. Faculty regularly mentor students and adopt a concern for their wellness and wellbeing. Additionally, the successful candidate will develop and assess student learning outcomes, participate in departmental program review, and staff development programs. Candidate will be actively involved in college, department and faculty organizational activities, including its missions, goals, outcomes, curriculum and programming to directly integrate with the Institutional Learning Outcomes, Supporting Goals and Strategic Initiatives of the college.
Applicant must meet the minimum qualifications of a Art History faculty discipline at the college. To review the minimum qualifications for faculty disciplines, refer to Minimum Qualifications for Faculty and Administrators in California Community Colleges, which can be found on the California Chancellor’s Office website at https://www.cccco.edu/-/media/CCCCO-Website/About-Us/Divisions/Educational-Services-and-Support/Academic-Affairs/What-we-do/Curriculum-and-Instruction-Unit/Minimum-Qualifications/updated_cccco_2020_report_min_qualifications-a11y.pdf?la=en&hash=976FF09D36A5141E9710046EFF9CEC13F5AC80E7
Master’s in art history, history of art and architecture or visual culture/visual studies OR Bachelor’s in art history and master’s in history OR Master’s in art with a recorded emphasis or concentration in art history OR the equivalent.
Must have evidence of sensitivity to and understanding of the socio-economic, academic, cultural and ethnic diversity within the community college student population, including students for whom English is not their first language, first generation college students, and students with physical and/or learning disabilities as these factors relate to differences in learning styles. *The Santa Monica Community College District, in its desire to select outstanding faculty members from the largest possible pool of qualified applicants, recognizes the fact that candidates may attain expertise in a discipline through a variety of means. Certain combinations of education, experience and other accomplishments in the field may be judged by the District as equal to the stated minimum qualifications for this position. Candidates who feel they possess such equivalent qualifications are encouraged to apply and provide appropriate documentation of their qualifications.
Preferred QualificationsA focus on interhemispheric and global connections.Evidence of a commitment to advancing equity and inclusion through pedagogy, teaching, and service. Interest in updating curriculum to reflect equitable practices. Experience teaching undergraduate lower division transfer curriculum.
Salary: $65,901.00 – $137,311.00 AnnuallyDeadline: 3/11/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
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The Santa Monica Community College District is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity.
Binghamton University: Tenure-track Assistant Professor of Pre-Modern Art History
The Art History Department at Binghamton University invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position in Pre-Modern (pre-1750) Art History to begin Fall 2022. We seek a colleague who shares our commitment to new theoretical perspectives and cross-disciplinary approaches to the history of art, architecture, and the broader field of visual culture and will introduce emergent areas of study, including but not limited to: cultures of empire; digital art histories; the materiality and cultures of making in artworks and buildings; and race and representation in the pre-modern world.
We are particularly interested in candidates whose scholarship embraces transregional and interdisciplinary approaches; whose pedagogy promotes student engagement and supports a vibrant PhD program; and who would welcome the opportunity to participate in the interdisciplinary life of the University and work collaboratively with their colleagues in Art History as well as in other departments and programs, including the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies and the Material and Visual Worlds Transdisciplinary Area of Excellence. This position is part of Binghamton’s multiyear cluster hire initiative in Arts Practice, Performance and Research in the 21st Century; for more information, see https://www.binghamton.edu/harpur/research/cluster-hire.html
Candidates must hold a PhD in art history or a cognate field by the start of this appointment. Applicants should submit a letter of interest, vita, and the names and contact information of three references through Interview Exchange at https://binghamton.interviewexchange.com/candapply.jsp?JOBID=138835#pageTop Priority will be given to applications received by December 17, 2021.
Binghamton University is an equal opportunity / affirmative action employer. The Art History Department acknowledges that our field has emerged from colonial and Eurocentric systems of knowledge and is working actively to grapple with that legacy through our research, pedagogy, and programming. We invite applications from colleagues who share that goal in their scholarship, teaching, and professional activities.
SUNY Purchase College: Assistant Professor of Art History
Purchase College, SUNY, seeks a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Art History to teach Museum & Curatorial Studies and the Arts of Africa and/or the African Diaspora, to begin September 1, 2022.
The successful candidate will have expertise in one or more aspects of the Arts of Africa and/or the African Diaspora as well as professional experience in curatorial practice, a critical approach to the politics of collection and display, and scholarly dedication to rethinking art historical methodologies and geographies. We especially seek applicants who are prepared to take on a significant role in our MA program’s Museum & Curatorial Studies specialization, teaching courses and developing research, curatorial, and other types of collaborations for students with the Neuberger Museum of Art, located on campus.
Teaching responsibilities include the equivalent of five courses per year plus supervision of senior projects and master’s theses. A senior project is a college-wide undergraduate requirement and signature feature of the Purchase curriculum.
Purchase College is located 25 miles north of New York City and is primarily an undergraduate institution, with several graduate programs, including an MA in Art History focused on modern and contemporary art, criticism, and theory. Because it houses a unique combination of Liberal Arts and Sciences majors and Arts Conservatory programs, our faculty and staff are committed to interdisciplinary experimentation and the appreciation of intellectual and artistic approaches to research, with an emphasis on writing of all kinds.
Candidates must have a PhD by Sept. 1, 2022. Strong teaching experience is preferred.
Candidates are required to complete an on-line application via the College’s job vacancy website and attach the following materials:
1) Cover letter describing research and teaching interests
2) Curriculum Vitae
3) Three Letters of Recommendation
4) One writing sample (uploaded to Other Document #1)
5) Evidence of teaching ability along with a sample syllabi (uploaded as one document to Other Document #2)
6) Sample syllabi (uploaded as one document to Other Document #3)
Instructions to Candidate:
To apply for the position, please visit our Purchase College Job Vacancy website at Purchase College Job Vacancy website and complete an online application.
Purchase College SUNY is an AA/EEO employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, or Clery Act, mandates that all Title IV institutions, without exception,prepare, publish and distribute an Annual Security Report. This report consists of two basic parts: disclosure of the University’s crime statistics for the past three years; and the availability regarding the University’s current campus security policies. The Annual Security Report is available at Purchase College NYS University Police Website
For the full post: https://jobs.purchase.edu/postings/504
Widener University: Assistant Professor, Art History – Tenure Track
Widener University is currently seeking an Assistant Professor of Art History – Tenure Track in the College of Arts and Sciences starting in the 2022 academic year. The successful candidate will have a strong commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching. Duties will include teaching art history classes at all levels for both Visual and Performing Arts majors and general education students, as well as research classes for majors. Candidates with a secondary area of studio art and/or arts administration are encouraged to highlight their additional strengths.
Widener University is committed to fostering an environment in which faculty, staff, and students from a variety of backgrounds, cultures, and personal experiences are welcomed and thrive. The College of Arts and Sciences puts high priority on inclusive pedagogy, inclusive mentoring, and community engagement. Those candidates experienced in, or who would enjoy, working with a diverse range of faculty, staff, and students, and those who can contribute to the climate of inclusivity, are encouraged to identify their experiences in these areas throughout their application. The College also deeply values interdisciplinarity embodied in such programs as African and African American Studies and Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies to which faculty from all Arts and Sciences disciplines are welcome to contribute.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (including, but not limited to):
- Teach art history for undergraduate general education classes and Visual and Performing Arts majors
- Engage in research conducted with undergraduate students, publication of research activities, and academic citizenship at all levels within the university.
- Advise undergraduate students related to course selection, majors and related areas
- Engage in department leadership activities
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (education/training and experience required):
- PhD in Art History. ABD candidates may be considered if the degree will be completed by May 2022
- Demonstrated commitment to undergraduate education
- Experience in teaching art history or teaching in art-related field
- Secondary area in studio art, arts management, or museumology
For full consideration, qualified candidates must submit a cover letter, CV, transcripts, and a teaching philosophy as a single pdf by December 3, 2021 at widener.edu/jobs. Three letters of references are requested and should be sent to: ArtsandSciences@widener.edu. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Only those selected to interview will be contacted. For the full posting: http://careers.widener.edu/cw/en-us/job/492746/assistant-professor-art-history-tenure-track
Boston University: Assistant Professor of Global Modern and Contemporary Architecture
Boston University’s Department of History of Art & Architecture invites applications and nominations for a renewable four-year tenure-track position, beginning AY 2022– 2023, as assistant professor of Global Modern and Contemporary Architecture, with a geographic focus in one or more regions of Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, South and Southeast Asia. We seek exceptional scholars and teachers who have broad knowledge of modern and contemporary architecture and urbanism, and an interest in developing pedagogies that encourage full participation. Boston University and the Department actively seek diversity in the student and faculty ranks, recognizing that pluralism of experience deepens the intellectual endeavor.
The successful candidate will: teach per annum two undergraduate lecture courses (including one on Global Modern Architecture) and two upper-level seminars for undergraduate and graduate students; conduct research in the area(s) of specialization; engage with the undergraduate Architectural Studies program and serve as an advisor for its majors, as well as for graduate students in architectural history. Salary competitive and commensurate with experience. Ph.D. required; teaching experience and publications preferred.
Applicants should submit the following materials through Academic Jobs Online [https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/19426]: 1) a curriculum vitae; 2) three recommenders’ contact information; 3) a cover letter that describes in detail your research accomplishments and plans; and your teaching principles and approaches; 4) a one-page statement that discusses how your research, teaching, and/or other activities and plans contribute to diversity, equity, and inclusion objectives (see, for example, www.bu.edu/diversity), and; 5) one article-length text or dissertation chapter. Candidates invited to the subsequent phases of review may be asked to submit further samples of teaching and scholarly work. Review of applications begins December 1, 2021. Boston University expects excellence in teaching and in research and is committed to building a culturally, racially and ethnically diverse scholarly community. Supporting materials, unless requested by the search committee, will not be returned. We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.
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Florida State University: Assistant Professor of Art History
Full information: https://arthistory.fsu.edu/pd21/
Open October 1, through November 29, 2021
The Department of Art History at Florida State University invites applications for a tenure-track appointment with a 2/2 teaching load. The field of specialization is open; we seek a scholar whose research interests will contribute to our faculty strengths and attract new constituents to our programs (BA, MA, PhD). The ideal candidate will demonstrate how their methodological, theoretical, and evidentiary perspectives in research and teaching will intersect and expand departmental activities in medieval, early modern, Ibero-American colonial, Caribbean, contemporary African, African diasporas, modern and contemporary art, the visual cultures of the Americas, our program in Museum and Cultural Heritage Studies (MCHS), and in our study-abroad centers in FSU’s International Programs.
New faculty will participate in our robust undergraduate and graduate programs at the MA/PhD levels. Our department boasts a diverse group of graduate students who teach and mentor a large undergraduate population in Tallahassee, Valencia, Florence, London, and in distance learning courses. Graduate students direct our annual graduate symposium, study at the John and Mable Ringling Museum in Sarasota, FL, participate in opportunities in our consortium with the Newberry and Folger Libraries, and organize film screenings and exhibitions in our MCHS program.
As one of the largest programs in the Southeast, the Department of Art History resides in the College of Fine Arts and has a long history of graduate education. As a Research 1 institution, FSU supports faculty research at the highest level and allocates funds for research and conference travel. Additional competitive internal funding is available through the FSU Council on Research & Creativity.
Florida State University is located in Tallahassee, the state capital, at the confluence of spring-fed river systems that provide a lush environment for outdoor activities, in proximity to the Caribbean and the greater Americas. The site of the art history department, the William Johnston Building, is located on land that is the ancestral and traditional territory of the Apalachee Nation, the Muscogee Nation, the Miccosukee Tribe of Florida, and the Seminole Tribe of Florida.
We especially welcome applications from members of underrepresented groups including BIPOC, LGBTQ+, first generation scholars, and scholars committed to forms of analysis that address race, gender, and intersectional equity.
The Department of Art History invites applications for a full-time, 9-month tenure-track Assistant Professor position, beginning August 2022. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing and teaching a variety of courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels, advising and supervising graduate students at the Masters and Doctoral levels, and contributing to the intellectual life of the university, including service commitments. The teaching load for this position will be two courses per semester (fall and spring).
PhD (disciplinary specialization is open), or equivalent international degree, from an accredited institution or the highest degree appropriate in the field of specialization with a demonstrated record of achievement in teaching, academic research, and service. The candidate must exhibit evidence of an independent program of scholarly research and show promise of a strong teaching contribution to academic programs.
HOW TO APPLY
Application deadline is November 29, 2021
If qualified and interested in a specific Faculty job opening as advertised, apply to Florida State University at https://jobs.fsu.edu. Search for Job ID# 50097
If you are a current FSU employee, apply via myFSU > Self Service.
Applicants are required to complete the online application with all applicable information. Applications must include education details even if attaching a Vita.
• cover letter
• curriculum vitae (cv)
• research statement
• teaching philosophy
• publication or writing sample (c. 6—10K words)
• Statement on advancing diversity (Florida State’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion can be referenced here: https://faculty.fsu.edu/diversity
• contact emails for 3 recommenders; we will request letters at a later date.
Equal Employment Opportunity
An Equal Opportunity/Access/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled & Veteran Employer.
FSU’s Equal Opportunity Statement can be accessed at: https://hr.fsu.edu/…/Public…/diversity/EEO_Statement.pdf.
Apply Link: http://www.jobs.fsu.edu/
Job ID#: 50097
Contact Info: Inquiries about this position may be directed to: Adam Jolles, Chair, Department of Art History (email@example.com).
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Assistant Professor in African Art History
The Art History Program in the School of Art & Design at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor of Art History beginning August 16, 2022.
We seek candidates with an area of specialization in African visual and material cultures broadly defined, with a preference for those who can teach across historical periods, especially before 1900. Scholars whose innovative research and teaching engage with critical interdisciplinary methods and transcultural approaches are especially welcomed. A Ph.D. in Art History or a related discipline by the start of the appointment is required.
The qualified candidate will join an interdisciplinary faculty and contribute to our curriculum by developing both general and specialized undergraduate courses for majors and non-majors, as well as research-area focused seminars for graduate students. Teaching responsibilities include a 2/2 teaching load across two semesters. These typically include at least one introductory course, one advanced undergraduate art history seminar, and a graduate seminar. Existing courses are viewable at the following website: http://catalog.illinois.edu/courses-of-instruction/arth/
The successful candidate will mentor students at all levels, supervise Ph.D. and M.A. dissertation/ thesis work, while contributing to the overall vitality of the program, school and university through active outreach with other campus units, and participation in various committees.
Salary: Commensurate with experience.
To ensure full consideration, applications must be received by November 12, 2021. Interviews may take place prior to the closing date; however, no decision will be made until after that date. Please create your candidate profile at http://jobs.illinois.edu (Job ID 153733). Complete submissions must include the following:
- A letter of application
- Curriculum vitae
- Scholarly writing sample
- List of three references – online application will require names and contact information for three references.
Please clearly title all files using your last name and the contents (“lastname_curriculum_vitae” or “lastname_ltr_of_applic”)
For additional information regarding the position, please contact:
Professor Oscar E. Vázquez
School of Art & Design
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
408 East Peabody Drive
Champaign, IL 61820
+1 (217) 333-0855
To see the full job posting, please visit the following link.
East Carolina University: Assistant Professor in Animation/Interactive Design
The School of Art and Design (SoAD) at East Carolina University seeks a nine-month, tenure-track Assistant Professor to teach in the School of Art and Design’s Animation/Interactive Design (A/ID) concentration within the BFA in Art. ECU has a wonderfully diverse student body population, and the School of Art and Design is committed to reflecting that diversity in its staff and faculty.
The School offers expansive studio areas that foster experimentation and collaboration that enriches students’ studio practices. Students in the Animation/Interactive Design program use a full range of technology, media, tools, and techniques to realize their artistic vision. The curriculum is designed to foster students’ creativity and innovation while developing strong technical competency to prepare them for professional and fine art practice.
Animation/Interactive design is growing and seeks a colleague to contribute to the expanding needs of the concentration. Teaching areas may include First-Year Shared Experience courses, beginning to senior level A/ID courses, 2D/3D Animation, 3D modeling, 3D character rigging, game asset design, processing, and generative art-making. In addition to teaching, full-time faculty advance their scholarship and practice, mentor students, engage with other faculty, participate in departmental activities, and contribute to curricular development.
The successful candidate will teach 3 three-credit courses per semester in the A/ID area, which may include the theory and practice of interactive design, 2D animation, 3D modeling/animation, and game design/advanced learning technologies. Collaborations with graphic design, illustration, film, and other faculty within the School of Art and Design are encouraged.
Additional responsibilities include:
- Research and/or creative activities appropriate to the position
- Collaborating with area faculty on curriculum development
- Service to the concentration, the School, College, University, and the profession
- Participate in promoting and recruiting students for the School of Art and Design
Contingent on availability of funds.
Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education
- Expertise and a terminal degree in the area of Animation/Interactive Design, Game Design, or related field
- Higher education teaching experience as instructor of record
- Interdisciplinary skills or expertise that can extend current Animation/Interactive Design coursework and build synergies within the School of Art and Design
- Experience in 3D modeling/animation or advanced learning technologies
- Interest in working in collaborative environments
- Record of successfully funded grants and grant management
- A strong record of professional achievement, comprehensive grasp of Animation/Interactive Design history, familiarity with animation concepts, and an interest in multidisciplinary projects
Applications will be considered until position is filled. Please submit an online ECU application for vacancy # 001141 to ECU Human Resources athttp://jobs.ecu.edu.
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis.
East Carolina University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Visit this job posting https://ecu.peopleadmin.com/postings/45008
Savannah College of Art and Design: Professor of Art History
SCAD Atlanta seeks a full-time, experienced professor of art history to work with a team of more than 40 art history professors across the university’s global locations.
In this position, you will provide students with the expertise needed to investigate and explain the complex relationships between context and cultural production. Working with this community of diverse and highly credentialed art history faculty, you will motivate students to think creatively and critically in an active and engaging learning environment. Under your guidance and instruction, students will navigate historical and contemporary expressive practices through critical encounters with art, artifacts, and other forms of cultural production. In art history coursework, students gain a curiosity for creative inquiry, invention, critical thinking, and visual analysis. These skills propel them into major-specific disciplines where they go on to write Emmy Award-winning sitcoms, design products and services recognized by Red Dot Awards, and create written work honored by the Association of Writers & Writing Programs.
As a professor, you and your students will have access to the nation’s largest physical library holdings among art, design, and music schools in the nation, including rare, valuable, and significant works, as well as exclusive entrée to objects of study at the SCAD Museum of Art, SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film, and the Lacoste History Museum. Enriching lecture series, symposia, and events invite visiting scholars and artists from across the globe to engage in creative discourse. Guests have included Carlos Cruz-Diez, Alfredo Jaar, Carrie Mae Weems, Philippe de Montebello, Jerry Saltz, and Louis Menand. This global network of libraries, museums, galleries, signature events, and more provides unparalleled opportunities for students to explore the emergence of innovative forms of expression and engage in scholarly research.
The ideal candidate specializes in African art with secondary areas of interest in photography, art criticism, visual culture, or film. In addition to teaching in their area of specialization, successful candidates must also be committed to teaching general survey courses.
One of the fastest-growing cities in the U.S., Atlanta provides professionals an ideal environment in which to live, work, and play. Located in the heart of Midtown, SCAD Atlanta is home to a dynamic cultural landscape that includes theaters, museums, fine art galleries, bustling shops, and countless green spaces, including Piedmont Park and Atlanta’s famed BeltLine. The capital of the New South, Atlanta provides both Southern charm and the ebb and flow of an alpha city.
– Ph.D. in art history or a related field
– University-level teaching experience
– Availability for occasional summer teaching
The official job post can be found here:
University of California, Los Angeles: Assistant Professor, Arts of Africa & the African Diaspora
The Department of Art History, University of California, Los Angeles, invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor specializing in the arts of Africa and the African Diaspora, to start July 1, 2022. We seek a scholar whose work emphasizes methodological innovation as well as connections between multiple geographies, and who is interested in cross-field collaboration within the department and the university. Ph.D. required. We especially welcome candidates whose experience in teaching, research, or community service has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence.
Please submit letter of interest, curriculum vitae, sample publication, statement on contributions to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and names and contact information for three referees online at https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/JPF06807.
For more information, contact Prof. Miwon Kwon, Chair, Search Committee (firstname.lastname@example.org). Application deadline: November 1.
Portland State University: DePreist Visiting Professor in Art History / Assistant Professor of Practice
Portland State University College of the Arts and the School of Art + Design invite applications for the James DePreist Visiting Professorship. One of the first African-American conductors on the world stage, James DePreist helmed orchestras from Amsterdam to Tokyo and is credited with building the Oregon Symphony into one worthy of international acclaim. A National Medal of Arts winner, poet and educator, Mr. DePreist demonstrated a lifelong commitment to the power of arts education and the importance of equal access. This Professorship seeks to perpetuate his exemplary spirit by supporting inclusive experiences and diverse, non-western perspectives in art and design education. The teaching focus of each new Professorship is determined by the current needs of the School of Art + Design in concert with the interests and expertise of the successful candidate. For the 2022-2024 position we seek a scholar with expertise in African-American, African Diaspora or Native American/Indigenous art history of any time period, including contemporary. This is a 1.0 FTE, two-year position, renewable for a maximum total of four years. The position begins September 16, 2022.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• Typically, a Full-time Fixed Term position teaches 36 credits during the three-quarter academic year. However, this position involves an instructional workload reduction of 12 credits for funded DEI community-engagement and outreach.
• The successful candidate will have an active scholarly research agenda; a commitment to teaching lower and upper-division courses in the area of his/her/their expertise; and an interest in the possibility of engaging local collections of pertinent material, for example the Native American holdings of the Portland Art Museum.
• Create an environment that acknowledges, encourages, and celebrates differences.
• Function and communicate effectively and respectfully within the context of varying beliefs, behaviors, orientations, identities, and cultural backgrounds.
• Seeks opportunities to gain experience working and collaborating in diverse, multicultural, and inclusive setting with a willingness to change for continual improvement.
• Adhere to all of PSU’s policies including the policies on Prohibited Discrimination & Harassment and the Professional Standards of Conduct.
Required / Minimum Qualifications
• Ph.D. in art history or related field strongly preferred; ABD candidates and/or candidates with an MA in art history and relevant experience will also be considered.
• Applicants must possess knowledge of current technologies relative to instructional tasks and an interest in their creative use.
• A record of accomplishment, such as art historical publications and/or curatorial achievements.
• College-level teaching experience.
• Demonstrated interest in contributing to a contemporary interdisciplinary setting in an atmosphere of close faculty-student mentoring.
• Two years of teaching experience at the college/university level beyond a teaching assistantship.
• Experience teaching one or more of the following: Critical Race theory, Diaspora studies, indigenous studies, post-colonial theory, decolonization theory, Ethnic studies, feminist theory, African-American art, African Diaspora arts, Indigenous arts/Visual arts by indigenous peoples of the Americas, and/or theory from a non-eurocentric perspective.
• An interest in developing community-based courses.
• A record of community outreach activities.
• Experience in curriculum development.
The starting annual salary rate for this position will be dependent upon the knowledge, experience, skills and abilities of the chosen candidate, the budget of the hiring department, and approval from HR. PSU’s excellent benefits package includes 95% premium paid healthcare; a generous retirement and vacation package; and reduced tuition rates for employee, spouse or dependent at any of the Oregon Public Universities.
To Apply Please submit:
• A letter of interest.
• A CV.
• A statement of teaching philosophy.
• A statement of research interests.
• Evidence of teaching effectiveness.
• Writing sample(s).
• Full contact information for three references (including phone numbers and email addresses).
Review of applications will begin November 15, 2021 and will continue until the finalists are identified. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. For further information, please contact Professor Alberto McKelligan Hern ndez at email@example.com or (503) 725-3366.
For additional information about this position please view the job posting at: https://jobs.hrc.pdx.edu/postings/35164