The Department of African American Studies at Syracuse University invites applications for Spring 2019 semester:
AAS 327 “History of Southern Africa” (3 credits) a non-tenure track, adjunct PTI position. Meets Monday/Wednesday 12:45pm – 2:05pm
AAS 327 History of Southern Africa tracks the period before the arrival of Europeans in southern Africa. The course focuses on the economic, sociological and political factors contributing to the development of this unique, racially based modern state. Includes Afrikaner diaspora, Euro-African conflict during the nineteenth century, Anglo-Boer War; from union to apartheid and resistance to European domination.
African American Studies and Political science background, International Relations doctoral training preferred.
Appointment will begin one week before the start of classes January 9, 2019 and end May 2019. The first day of class will begin January 15, 2019.
A doctorate (or ABD) required. Black Studies and African International Relations doctoral training preferred.
Job Specific Qualifications
We are especially interested in candidates who have the ability to teach:
AAS 327 “History of Southern Africa”. The teaching load will be one course in the Spring semester only.
Required to maintain regular office hours
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