Part Time Faculty, Critical Ethnic Studies Master's Program
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Job ID: 47832
College/School: College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
The Critical Ethnic Studies Master's Program within the College of Liberal Ars and Social Sciences at DePaul University invites expressions of interest in part-time faculty teaching opportunities. Part-time teaching opportunities are available throughout the academic year. Applicants with expertise that matches course scheduling needs will be contacted for an interview. Academic course schedules fluctuate from quarter to quarter and the program will work with selected individuals to determine a quarterly schedule. Courses are not guaranteed; however the program does its best to give ample notice about available courses and potential course cancellations.
PhD in a related field of ethnic studies Minimum of 1-2 years full-time teaching (not as a graduate student) on the university level Schedule must be flexible to accommodate quarterly course schedules (typically M, T, W, or Th 6-9:15pm, once a week).
The candidate must have demonstrated experience in working in teaching in an diverse learning environment.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
This positing applies to the following sub-disciplinary specialties: International studies Migration studies Refugee studies We are looking to hire an instructor for Spring 2019 (March 30-June 14, 2019) to teach CES 404 Border and Migration, (cross-list INT 404 Migration and Forced Migration), Monday, 6:00-9:15pm, Lincoln Park Campus CES 404 course description This course examines the integral role that different processes of mobility play in shaping today's world: emigration, immigration, displacement, refugee and internally displaced persons flows. Students study the causes and effects of population movements including push-pull factors, demographic, economic, and political variables. Students also look at the role of state and non-state actors and organizations. Cross-listed with INT 404 "Migration and Forced Migration." INT 404 course description This course examines the integral role that different processes of mobility play in shaping today's world: emigration, immigration, displacement, refugee and internally displaced persons flows. Students study the causes and effects of population movements including push-pull factors, demographic, economic, and political variables. Students also look at the role of state and non-state actors and organizations.
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Close Date: Jun 30, 2020