Lewis and Clark position

Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow in Korean Social Sciences: Lewis & Clark College, a private liberal arts college with 2,200 undergraduates, invites applications for a two-year teaching postdoctoral position in the Asian Studies Program, beginning fall of 2017. The preferred teaching field is Korea in the social sciences. Examples of specializations include, but are not limited to international relations, environmental studies, political economy, popular culture, development studies, ethnic studies, or gender studies. Fellows teach three courses per year in the fellow’s area of expertise. Lewis & Clark has a well-developed mentorship program for junior faculty and this is a unique opportunity for a recent Ph.D. to develop as a teacher and scholar. A complete application must include: (1) a cover letter that includes statements of research interests and teaching experience, teaching philosophy, and a description of how the applicant’s teaching will contribute to a culture of inclusion and campus diversity; (2) a curriculum vitae; (3) evidence of teaching effectiveness; (4) official graduate transcripts; (5) three letters of recommendation (uploaded separately by the referees). All materials should be addressed to Chair, Asian Studies Postdoctoral Committee, and must be submitted via Interfolio [http://apply.interfolio.com/40476].

Click “Apply” to create your free account. Review of applications will begin on 1 March 2017 and continue until the position is filled. Lewis & Clark College will conduct background checks on the finalist(s). Lewis & Clark College is an equal opportunity employer.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to status as a protected veteran or a qualified individual with a disability, or other protected status, such as race, religion, color, national origin, sex or age. Questions regarding Title IX may be referred to the Title IX Coordinator or OCR.

The College is committed to preparing students for leadership in an increasingly interdependent world, and affirms the educational benefits of diversity (See http://www.lclark.edu/dept/about/diversity.html)

Posted by Jennifer Hubbert <hubbert@lclark.edu>

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