Adjunct Position, History of Africa, Drexel University
Posted by on October 20, 2008
Adjunct Position, History of Africa, to be offered by Africana Studies and the History and Politics Department at Drexel University :
Africana Studies and the History and Politics Department at Drexel University invites applications for an adjunct position during the Winter Quarter (January 5-March 21) 2008-2009. The instructor will teach a new course titled “History of Africa,” which is schedule d to run on Tuesdays and Thursday from 11AM-12:20PM. It is a 3-credit, 10-week course with an enrollment limit of 25 students. T his is an excellent opportunity for a dynamic individual to create and implement their own syllabus ; our only requirement is that the coursework be historical and comprehensive with respect to gender. Possible themes include religion, colonialism and post-colonialism, development, migration/immigration, etc.
Interested candidates should have some teaching experience and a background in Africana/African-American Studies and/or History or other related fields. Compensation for graduate students is $2400 or $3000 if you have a Ph.D. in-hand . Please email a brief statement of interest, CV, and proposed syllabus
to: Dr. Kali Nicole Gross, email@example.com
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