NYU Washington, DC, is seeking a local, part-time lecturer to teach an undergraduate politics course, Politics of Near and Middle East at the academic center in Washington, DC in spring 2019. The course will meet once per week for 3 hours for 14 instructional weeks (3 hours each session) plus a 15th session during "finals week" for the final exam.
The instructor role includes all preparation, delivery, and grading. Using Washington, DC as a learning tool (e.g., a guest speaker, an excursion) is an expectation for the course. Some administrative assistance is available to support the preparation of course materials. Courses are to be intellectually challenging in content, and rigorous student assessment is required.
Politics of Near and Middle East is a survey course exploring the politics of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) from both comparative politics and international relations perspectives. It focuses on the national internal politics of the region, the economic, military and other dimensions of international relations among the MENA countries, and attempts by the U.S., Russia, China, and the EU to exercise influence in the region. Please review a sample syllabus for more details about the course.
About NYU and NYU Washington, DC:
Founded in 1831, New York University is the largest private university in the United States. The University has degree-granting campuses in New York, Abu Dhabi, and Shanghai and operates 11 global academic centers and research programs in more than 25 countries. NYU Washington, DC is one of NYU’s 11 study away academic centers where students can participate to study away while earning credits towards their degree. If you would like to learn more about NYU Washington, DC please visit the website: https://www.nyu.edu/washington-dc.html.
A PhD in political science or a related discipline preferred. Preference will be given to applicants with area expertise who conduct research using Middle East languages.
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