JOB: Terra Foundation for American Art Visiting Professor in Brazil

 Terra Foundation for American Art Visiting Professor 

Museum of Contemporary Art of the University of São Paulo, Brazil – in partnership with the University of Campinas (Unicamp), the Federal University of São Paulo (Unifesp), and the Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo.

Applications are invited for a Terra Foundation for American Art Visiting Professorship for the second semester of 2023 (August to November 2023) at the Museum of Contemporary Art of the University of Sao Paulo (MAC USP) to teach a seminar course on African American art in the Graduate Program in Aesthetics and Art History of the University of Sao Paulo (Master’s and Doctorate levels).

The Museum of Contemporary Art of the University of São Paulo (MAC USP, http://www.mac.usp.br) is a research and education public university museum, with a collection of national and international importance of 20th and 21st centuries art. From the 1,691 works received from the former Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo (MAM SP), MAC USP has more recently reached the mark of 10,000 works in its collections. MAC USP’s mission is to promote the study and dissemination of the collection as well as its conservation, protection, restoration, expansion and recognition as a Brazilian artistic heritage in Brazil and abroad. In addition, the Museum seeks to develop teaching, research and extension in the fields of Museology, History, Art Theory and Criticism and Education and Art in Museums, encouraging scientific and cultural exchange with similar institutions in Brazil and abroad and promoting contemporary artistic practice. Its curatorial activities are developed from critical reflection grounded in interdisciplinary research in history, theory and criticism of modern and contemporary art, which also defines its collecting policies. Since 2000, MAC USP is the main University department engaged in the Graduate Program in Aesthetics and Art History (see: http://www.pgeha2.webhostusp.sti.usp.br/index.php/en/). The Program has the academic MA and the PhD diplomas for students who are interested in specializing in it, and has an average of one hundred students a year, under supervision and in its seminar courses.

The Terra Foundation for American Art Visiting Professor is a project MAC USP has undertaken with three other major institutions in the state of São Paulo in Brazil: the University of Campinas (Unicamp) and its Graduate Program in History of Art and Culture; the Federal University of São Paulo (Unifesp) and its Department of Art History; and the Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo (the second largest collection of art of the state of São Paulo).

The successful candidate must hold a doctorate. She/he/they must have:extensive knowledge of African American art with an emphasis on the 20th and 21st centuries; a research background and/or research potential as an international authority within the specialty; and a level of international publication at a standard that will contribute to and enhance the profile national and international program of the Graduate Program in Aesthetics and Art History. It is necessary to give lectures, and classes at the graduate level.

The Seminar course is composed of 15 classes of 3 hours each, once a week, which will be taught between the months of August and November 2023. Once selected, the candidate will be asked to closely engage with scholars from the three universities involved who specialize in Brazilian and African diasporic art, and with local collections, to further discuss and develop the syllabus.

For application, send a curriculum vitae and a proposed syllabus on African American art with an emphasis on the 20th and 21st centuries [Abstract, topics to be developed and bibliography (10 items)].

The selected candidate will receive a monthly gross salary of $5,000 USD (period August to November 2023). Airfare, accommodation in Brazil and travel insurance will be covered with funds from the Terra Foundation for American Art.

The application starts on Monday, 16 May 2022 and the final deadline is midnight on Monday 15 August 2022. 

Contact Email: cursosmac@usp.br

In your application, please refer to Visiting Professor – Terra Foundation

JOB: Collegiate Assistant Professor of Architectural History @ UChicago

The Humanities Collegiate Division at the University of Chicago is now accepting applications from historians of architecture or the built environment for a four-year, non-renewable, postgraduate appointment as a Collegiate Assistant Professor, who will teach in the Department of Art History. Collegiate Assistant Professors are members of the College Faculty whose primary responsibility is to teach in the Core Curriculum, the College’s general education program.

The position is open to those who will have completed all requirements for their PhD degree no later than August 31, 2022. Candidates must demonstrate excellence in original scholarship as well as in teaching. An ability to incorporate studio teaching into their courses is desirable but not obligatory.

In most years, Collegiate Assistant Professors will teach two undergraduate courses in each of three quarters, distributed across several areas of the Art History Core curriculum. A minimum of two courses per year will be in the team-taught “Introduction to Art and Architecture” (ARTH 10100). The remaining, small seminar-style, courses may include multiple sections of an introductory survey in the Collegiate Assistant Professor’s own field; of an introductory design studio for liberal arts students; or of a thematic discussion-based “Art in Context” course, designed to introduce students to art-historical thinking through a focused examination of a particular set of materials. (For more information about the types of courses offered, see https://arthistory.uchicago.edu/undergraduate/courses)

The Fellow will be a member of the Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts (https://societyoffellows.uchicago.edu/). They will be eligible for one quarter of research leave, typically in the third year of residence, and may be eligible to apply for a second research leave in the Spring of the fourth and final year of appointment. The base salary will be determined according to the Collective Bargaining Agreement currently under renegotiation plus a benefits package and an annual professional development allowance of $5,000. For reference, the annual base salary for this rank in academic year 2020-21 was $72,307. Additional benefits, based on eligibility, include a publication allowance and a childcare allowance. The effective date for this appointment is September 1, 2022. This position is governed by a collective bargaining agreement.

Applicants must apply online at http://apply.interfolio.com/105661, and upload the following materials: a letter of application describing teaching and research interests and detailing progress towards the PhD, if not in hand; a current curriculum vitae; a description of the most recent major research project, preferably the dissertation, of not more than 2500 words; a proposal for an “Art in Context” course in the applicant’s field; and the names and contact information of three references whose recommendation letters may be solicited.

Application deadline is May 31, 2022. Only completed applications will be considered.

The position is contingent upon budgetary approval.

The position will be a member of the Service Employees International Union.

For more information about the Department of Art History, please visit arthistory.uchicago.edu. Please contact arthistory@uchicago.edu with any questions about the position.

We seek a diverse pool of applicants who wish to join an academic community that places the highest value on rigorous inquiry and encourages diverse perspectives, experiences, groups of individuals, and ideas to inform and stimulate intellectual challenge, engagement, and exchange. The University’s Statements on Diversity are
at https://provost.uchicago.edu/statements-diversity.

The University of Chicago is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity/Disabled/Veterans Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, age, status as an individual with a disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, or other protected classes under the law. For additional information please see the University’s Notice of Nondiscrimination.

Job seekers in need of a reasonable accommodation to complete the application process should call 773-702-1032 or email equalopportunity@uchicago.edu with their request.

JOB: Assistant/Associate Professor- African American History/ Africana Studies (Tenure Track) @ Rhode Island College

See https://employment.ric.edu/postings/5992 for more details.

JOB: Lecturer, Writing About Art @ City College of New York

https://cuny.jobs/new-york-ny/lecturer-writing-about-art/2CD3C7A6C4534FE4AA92293CDD6CAD1C/job/

The Art Department invites applications for the position of Lecturer to teach general education courses in the fields of writing and art history/visual culture. The candidate should be prepared to teach non-majors and BA/BFA students in Art in a variety of writing composition courses, specifically Writing about Art, which is a second-level writing course designed primarily for art majors. Other courses may include freshman-level writing courses covering various topics in the arts and an occasional survey course covering the history of art from a global perspective. Candidates should be savvy with grammar, writing composition, editing, current methodologies, and the field of art history/visual culture. This position is designed to provide full-time faculty leadership in lower division courses.

The Lecturer will be appointed to the Art Department, which is part of the larger division of the Humanities and the Arts within The City College of New York (CCNY). The faculty member is, therefore, expected to participate in departmental and college-wide committees, service, assessment, and leadership. The contractual teaching load is 4-4 with opportunities for administrative course releases. The Art Department serves more than 600 undergraduate art majors and minors, who are concentrating in Studio Art, Art History, Art Education, Photography, or Digital Design. The current Art Department faculty is a dynamic team of professional creative thinkers with a longstanding commitment to teaching and supporting a diverse group of students, many of whom are first-generation immigrants, underserved, and culturally and ethnically diverse populations. CCNY is located in Harlem, and  t he current student population hails from 153 countries, and 99 languages, besides English, are spoken on campus. Approximately 32 percent are Hispanic, 22 percent African American, 22 percent Asian, and 24 percent White. Candidates can learn more about the history, mission, and vision of the college by exploring the school’s website: https://www.ccny.cuny.edu/about/mission

QUALIFICATIONS

A Bachelor’s degree.

Preferred Qualifications:

Preference will be given to candidates with a MA or PhD in Art History, Art Criticism, Visual Culture, or a related field. The candidate must also have a genuine interest in teaching undergraduate students and a minimum of two years of experience teaching college-level courses in arts-based writing and/or art history at the freshman and sophomore levels. Familiarity with the basic research methods of art history and available resources in the field is required. The successful candidate will be an outstanding educator with a teaching record that demonstrates a familiarity with inclusive pedagogy, the use of interactive and participatory teaching methods, and a sensitivity to and understanding of the socio-economic, cultural, and ethnic diversity within the classroom. Experience working with multilingual students for whom English is not their primary language, first-generation college students, and students with physical and/or learning disabilities is a plus, as these factors relate to differences in learning styles. Experience working as a tutor or an editor would also be helpful. The candidate should have a strong knowledge of grammar and composition, art history, and be interested in developing creative teaching strategies for students in the first two years of college. In addition, candidates should be able to use teaching resources, such as Blackboard, Zoom, and other types of programs, as well as have knowledge of contemporary practices in art and design.

COMPENSATION

CUNY offers faculty a competitive compensation and benefits package covering health insurance, pension and retirement benefits, paid parental leave, and savings programs. We also provide mentoring and support for research, scholarship, and publication as part of our commitment to ongoing faculty professional development.

HOW TO APPLY

Only applications submitted through CUNYfirst will be considered for this position.

If you are viewing this job posting in CUNYfirst, please click on “Apply Now” on the bottom of this page and follow the instructions.

If you are viewing this job posting externally, please apply as follows:

  • Go to http://www.cuny.edu and click on “Employment”
  • Click “Search job listings”
  • Click on “More options to search for CUNY jobs”
  • Search for Job Opening ID number 24123
  • Click on the “Apply Now” button and follow the instructions.

Applications, including the following must be uploaded to the CUNYfirst job application website as a single PDF document:

(1) Cover Letter

(2) Curriculum Vitae

(3) Statement of teaching Philosophy that speaks to the candidates approach to inclusive teaching strategies for diverse student populations

(4) Names and contact information for three professional references

(5) Two sample syllabi

(6) An academic art-historical writing sample (4-6 pages including notes and bibliography)

CLOSING DATE

Open until filled, with review of applications to begin April 20, 2022.

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EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

CUNY encourages people with disabilities, minorities, veterans and women to apply. At CUNY, Italian Americans are also included among our protected groups. Applicants and employees will not be discriminated against on the basis of any legally protected category, including sexual orientation or gender identity. EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer.

JOB: Asst Prof, Art History @ Temple University

Temple University’s Tyler School of Art and Architecture invites applications for a full-time non-tenure track Assistant Professor of Instruction in Art History. We seek a candidate who is committed to innovative undergraduate pedagogy and decolonial approaches. 

Assistant Professor of Instruction 
Department of Art History 
Position Begins Academic year 2022-2023 
Full-time non-tenure track; One-year appointment with possibility of renewal 

https://tyler.temple.edu/open-position-assistant-professor-instruction-art-history

JOB: Assoc Prof or Prof of Practice in Art History/Arts Management @ Temple Univ

Associate Professor or Professor of Practice in Art History/Arts Management
Department of Art History
Position Begins Academic Year 2022-2023
Full-time non-tenure-track; three-year term with the possibility of renewal

Qualifications: Terminal degree in Art History (PhD); Studio Art (MFA); or Arts Management/Arts Administration (MA or MS) at time of hire and minimum of seven years of successful work experience in arts management, including senior position(s) in a program or organization of national stature. Demonstrated excellence in university-level teaching at the undergraduate and graduate level; expected to advise students in the program and School. Demonstrated success in key aspects of arts management, including leadership, planning, program development, artist relations, fiscal management, fundraising, and board development. A demonstrated commitment to service, inclusivity with respect to race, class, gender, ethnicity, and disabilities through professional experience, pedagogy, governance experience, and/or studio practice. Knowledge of the interactions between various art worlds, including the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors. Imagination and ability to identify emerging needs and opportunities in arts management education.

Background: The Arts Management Track within the Art History MA degree program focuses on cultural equity and aligning managerial practices with mission, values and service, and cultivating innovative leaders. Students learn the practices and skills that comprise management in the arts and explore how those skills can be activated to forge new practices and platforms for creation, participation, and discourse. Based in the Art History Department and drawing on resources available at Temple’s Fox School of Business, College of Education and Human Development and other schools and colleges, the curriculum is informed by a commitment to expanding perspectives and modes of inquiry around art and society, and by creative practice fields at across Tyler.

Responsibilities: Direct graduate track in Arts Management (AM) within Art History master’s degree program (MA). Update and refine AM curriculum and cultivate relevant interdisciplinary opportunities across the University. Teach graduate courses and occasional undergraduate courses. Recruit, hire, supervise, and mentor adjunct faculty members in the AM track. Recruit graduate students. Develop and coordinate internship and experiential learning opportunities for students.

The Candidate: will also advance research in the field of Arts Management through active scholarship, creative work, and leadership; work cross-disciplinarily; be socially engaged with a solid understanding of urban education and how art education fits in that discourse with a related research agenda.

The department is committed to increasing diversity in both its community and its curriculum.
Candidates who can contribute to this goal are strongly encouraged to apply.

Salary and rank will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Tyler School of Art and Architecture at Temple University is an AA/EOE institution committed to increasing and sustaining its diverse academic community. In a continuing effort to enrich its academic environment and provide equal educational and employment opportunities, the university actively encourages applications from members of all groups underrepresented in higher education.

Applications should include:
• Letter of application
• Signed and dated curriculum vitae
• Documentation of recent student work and/or two sample course syllabi
• Statement of teaching philosophy
• Evidence of your work in the field
• Names of three references with e-mail and telephone contact information.

Finalists should be prepared to submit course evaluations for courses taught, official degree transcripts and three signed letters of recommendation on letterhead. No letters are required in the initial application.

Review of applications begins on April 18, 2022. The position remains open until filled. To apply, please visit temple.slideroom.com to set up an account and upload your application materials. If you need assistance during the upload, email support@slideroom.com.

COVID-19 vaccinations are required for employment at Temple University, unless granted a religious or medical exemption (see http://www.temple.edu/coronavirus).

All inquiries should be directed to Dr. Jane DeRose Evans, Chair and Professor, Art History, jane.evans@temple.edu

JOB: Asst Prof., Ancient/Medieval World @ Appalachian State University

They are seeking to hire an art historian with a focus in the ancient/Medieval world (up to 1400 CE), including colonial/intercultural contact. The full job description can be found here: https://appstate.peopleadmin.com/postings/31922

JOB: Instructor, African Art @ FIT

Dear colleagues,

At the Fashion Institute of Technology (NYC), we need to find an adjunct instructor for the African art survey classes we are offering in Fall 2022.  These are in-person courses that run from August 29-December 22.  There are two sections offered; ideally the same person would teach both:

HA 223 — African Art and Civilization

Surveys cultures of sub-Saharan Africa. Illustrated lectures present art and architecture in relation to history, religion, economic conditions, and social and political structures.

Mondays, 12-3pm

Tuesdays, 2-5pm

Pay is dependent on experience, but the base rate is $72.08 an hour.  We can recommend step-level increases for teaching experience and for professional activities. A class is three hours for 15 weeks, with an extra week of pay to cover office hours, so 48 hours.  It works out to be about a minimum $3500, if higher steps are awarded then the base rate is higher. Classes are capped at 27, and we expect to have a renegotiated contract by the end of the Spring semester, with wages 7% higher. Our adjunct faculty have the opportunity to join our union, the UCE-FIT which provides a variety of benefits.

Please alert your colleagues and send me a CV if you are interested. Thank you!

All the best,

Justine De Young

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Prof. Justine De Young, Ph.D.
Chairperson, History of Art
Fashion Institute of Technology, SUNY
Founding Editor, Fashion History Timeline
Editor, Fashion in European Art: Dress & Identity, Politics & the Body, 1775-1925
Seventh Avenue at 27th Street, B-634
New York, NY 10001-5992
212-217-4665 | justine_deyoung@fitnyc.edu
Twitter: @addressingart
Pronouns: she, her, hers

JOB: Lecturer, Museum Studies @ UPittsburgh/Carnegie Museum of Natural History

The Department of History of Art and Architecture (HAA) at the University of Pittsburgh and the Carnegie Museum of Natural History (CMNH) located on the Oakland campus of the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh (CMP) are strongly committed to excellence in research, and to inclusive curatorial and teaching practices that promote collaboration, diversity, and public engagement. To further our leadership in these areas we seek to hire a Lecturer in Museum Studies who will work both as a scholar-teacher in HAA’s dynamic art history department and as a curator with the unique cross-disciplinary collections of Carnegie Museums. This appointment is jointly funded by the University of Pittsburgh and the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh for the purpose of creating collaborations between HAA, CMNH, and other museums in the Pittsburgh region. The appointment is for three years, starting September 1, 2022 and is outside the tenure stream, but may be renewable pending budget authorization from both the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Salary and benefits are competitive.

The successful candidate will teach six credits per year (one 3-credit course per semester) in HAA’s thriving undergraduate museum studies program, which draws students not only from art history and studio arts, but also from history, anthropology, and other disciplines in the Arts & Sciences. Their teaching will support the practicum requirement in the Museum Studies major and minor, with courses that engage collections at CMNH as well as Pitt, including the University Art Gallery and the University Library System. They will collaborate with HAA’s Academic Curator to advance important partnerships between HAA and CMNH. They will also work collaboratively with undergraduate students and faculty from HAA and other departments at the university interested in teaching with and researching the collections at CMNH; and will facilitate internships and other experiential learning opportunities for students.  

The successful candidate will also devote 50% of the position time to serving as Assistant/ Associate Curator (depending on qualifications) in CMNH focusing on topics related to environmental humanities, decolonization, and indigenization. Their activities are expected to challenge, diversify and deepen perspectives, narratives and approaches to natural history museum’s collections and exhibitions.  They will be expected to participate in collections or institutional based research, planning, and implementation of relevant innovative exhibitions and programs as part of public engagement, some of these working with undergraduates in HAA’s museum studies program, and potentially in partnership with other museum venues, including other museums within CMP and the University Art Gallery.  

Salary and benefits will be shared by the University of Pittsburgh and the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh. Annual evaluations of the employee will be conducted by the Chair of HAA and the Director of Research and Collections at CMNH. 

To apply, visit join.pitt.edu. The requisition number for this position is 22000781.

Minimum requirements:  

  • PhD in hand or expected by June 2022 in art history, museum studies, anthropology, or allied fields
  • Some university-level teaching experience in the history of art, museum studies, anthropology, or an allied field
  • Curatorial experience in a museum or gallery

Preferred requirements:  

  • A demonstrable record of engagement in public humanities, and ability to connect specialized knowledge to broad intellectual frameworks that cut across disciplines and engage diverse publics
  • Experience as the instructor of record for a university-level course in the history of art, museum studies, anthropology, or an allied field
  • Ability to communicate and collaborate across multiple stakeholders and divisions within institutions
  • Engagement with active learning pedagogies and mentoring undergraduate students
  • Engagement with initiatives that advance social justice, equity, inclusion, accessibility and diversity
  • Expertise in one or more of the following intellectual domains: race and gender, indigeneity, history of museums, natural history, the Anthropocene

Applications should include: 

  • Cover letter addressed to Prof. Mrinalini Rajagopalan, Chair, HAA Department, that discusses the applicant’s research, teaching and museum experience, describing applicant’s approach to curation and public humanities, areas of research interest, and a brief description of past curatorial experience with museum programing or exhibitions and how the applicant would embrace the opportunities afforded by this joint appointment. 
  • Current CV. Include a list of courses taught.
  • Statement of teaching philosophy, including strategies to integrate student coursework and internships into museum activities and evidence of teaching effectiveness through sample student work or student/ mentor evaluations. (1 – 2 pages)
  • Diversity statement (1–2 pages) in which you share how your past, planned, or potential contributions and experiences relating to diversity, equity, and inclusion will advance the University of Pittsburgh’s and CMP’s commitments to inclusive excellence.
  • Contact information (full name, title, institutional affiliation, and email) for three persons able to provide confidential professional letters of recommendation. We do not need the letters themselves at this first stage of application, only the contact information.

Review of applications will begin on March 18, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled. Applications must be uploaded through the University of Pittsburgh’s Talent Center website. Questions may be directed to Karoline Swiontek, Administrative Officer, HAA Department (karoline@pitt.edu). 

Information on HAA and CMNH:  

Both the department and the museum are committed to the study and understanding of art and material culture across the world from the ancient to the contemporary periods. 

HAA has a strong record of research productivity in the arts and architecture of East Asia, South Asia, the ancient Mediterranean, Europe from the Middle Ages to the present, the Americas, and global contemporary art. The department’s Museum Studies program provides undergraduates with classes in the history and theory of museology, project-based training, and professional placements. Our graduate and undergraduate students benefit from the resources of the University Art Gallery and the Frick Fine Arts Library, which have their own collections, and a Visual Media Workshop that serves as a hub for Digital Humanities research and collaboration at the University of Pittsburgh: http://www.haa.pitt.edu.  

CMNH is part of CMP which encompasses four distinct museums: Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Science Center, and The Andy Warhol Museum: http://www.carnegiemuseums.org.  The Natural History Museum’s collection of over 22 million artifacts and specimens, includes 1.6 million ethnological and historical specimens and archaeological artifacts with major research collections from South America (Amazonia), Central America, North America (Arctic, Southwest, Plains, Northwest Coast), Central Africa, Asia (China and Japan), and Australia.  The museum currently has major projects underway exploring the Anthropocene and gender and sexuality in nature, in addition to renovating the ancient Egyptian galleries. It is also in the early stages of re-visioning and intervening into its galleries about North American Indigenous cultures. 

The Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences is committed to building and fostering a culturally diverse environment. Excellent interpersonal and relationship-building skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of individuals and constituencies in support of a diverse community are required.

The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and values equality of opportunity, human dignity and diversity. EOE, including disability/vets 

The University of Pittsburgh requires all Pitt constituents (employees and students) on all campuses to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or have an approved exemption. Visit coronavirus.pitt.edu to learn more about this requirement.

JOB: Tenure-Track Art Historian with a Specialty in the Americas (Era/Period Open) @ Cal State, Stanislaus

The Department of Art invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track appointment at the rank of assistant professor. The person appointed to this position will teach in the area of Pre-Columbian and/or Latin American Art. Duties include teaching a variety of lower-division courses, such as Art History Survey: Non-WesternArt History Survey: AncientArt History Survey: Modern, Art AppreciationLooking at Art, and Introduction to the Fine ArtsUpper-division courses could include, depending on the successful candidate’s specialty: African ArtArt, Museums and SocietyGlobal ModernismsMissions of CaliforniaPre-Columbian ArtWomen and Gender in Art History; and/or Senior Seminar. As a new area in the Art History Program, candidates should expect to develop new courses in their area(s) of expertise to enrich the curriculum (2 or more new courses). Other responsibilities include participation in professional activities and research, departmental and university activities, committee work, curriculum development and long-range planning, advising, recruitment, and mentorship. Effective teaching, scholarly productivity, and service to the University are required for retention, promotion, and tenure. This position is contingent upon the availability of authorized funding. This is an academic year appointment.

A Ph.D. in Art History at the time of hire and evidence of effective university-level teaching are required.

Emphasis in Pre-Columbian Art with a minor field in Latin American Art, emphasis in Latin American Art with a minor field in Pre-Columbian Art, and/or research interest in Afro-Latinidad or in other diasporic communities of Latin America. A potential candidate’s consideration will be enhanced by providing evidence of scholarly  accomplishment, university teaching experience beyond teaching assistantships, and outstanding teaching evaluations.

A complete application must include: an application cover letter specifically addressing the position description and qualifications; examples of scholarly activity; a statement of teaching philosophy; 2 sample syllabi of a lower- and upper-division course related to the candidate’s subfield; unofficial copies of graduate transcripts; copies of teaching evaluations; a curriculum vitae including the names, addresses, and telephone numbers and email addresses of three references. An application must also include a statement of your demonstrated commitment to working with faculty, staff, and students from diverse ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds in addition to any other required documents as indicated above. Official transcripts will be required at  the time of hire.

The deadline for assuring full consideration is January 26, 2022 (extended to Feb. 2 and accepting applications afterward); however, the position will remain open and applications may be considered until the position is filled. This appointment begins on August 17, 2022.

To apply for this position, please click the “Apply Now” button on this page.
If you have questions regarding the position, please contact:

Dr. Scheiwiller, Director of the Art History Program
Department of Art
College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
California State University, Stanislaus
One University Circle Turlock, CA
email: sscheiwiller@csustan.edu
Phone: +1 209 667-3497

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