The Department of Sociology and the International Studies Program at Boston College invite applications for a tenure track assistant professor position. A successful candidate is one whose research, teaching, and advising are relevant to the consideration of global history, culture, and social structure, as well as to the social justice mission of the sociology department’s PhD program. Scholars with expertise in any geographic area, or those who do transnational or international sociology, are invited to apply. The tenure line will be located in the sociology department. The position, which begins in Fall 2018, entails half-time undergraduate teaching in International Studies and half-time graduate and undergraduate teaching in the Department of Sociology. Preference will be given to entry-level applicants, but excellent candidates at the advanced Assistant Professor level will also be considered.QUALIFICATIONS
Sociology Ph.D. completed or near completion
Applicants should apply at https://apply.interfolio.com/42892. Required documents include a cover letter describing relevant research, teaching accomplishments, and plans; a current CV; two pieces of recent scholarship; and a list of three references that will provide letters of recommendation for applicants that are shortlisted. The screening committee will begin reviewing applications on September 1, 2017, and will continue to review them until the position is filled.
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