Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Law
The School of Arts and Sciences at Manhattanville College invites applications for a full-time faculty position at the assistant professor (tenure track) level. We seek a scholar who is interested in working amongst an active, culturally, and academically diverse faculty and who brings a critical perspective to the study of Criminal Justice and Law. Candidates should have a PhD or equivalent in Criminal Justice, Political Science, Philosophy, Sociology, or a related field. The successful candidate would work within the Division of Historical, Philosophical, and Political Sciences and would offer courses in such areas as corrections and prison reform; policing; race, crime, and social justice; criminology; law and juvenile justice; crime and gender; and ethical issues in law enforcement. The ideal candidate will broaden the School's existing strengths in the multidisciplinary study of crime, law, and punishment and will be expected to collaborate with faculty in the division in revising and improving the existing program. Priority will be given to publicly engaged scholars who are focused on the intersections between the criminal legal system and other institutions and have research interest in either social harms resulting from all forms of injustice or challenging historical and contemporary policy and practice.
Successful candidates will demonstrate dynamic research agendas, effective teaching pedagogies, and meaningful engagements in service activities. Manhattanville College is committed to diversity and inclusion in both academic and personal backgrounds.
Interested candidates are encouraged to submit application materials combined into one PDF document to [email protected] in the following order: a cover letter; curriculum vitae; teaching dossier including a teaching statement, teaching evaluations, and other evidence of pedagogical effectiveness; research statement; statement on commitment to diversity and inclusion; and the contact information of three references. Only electronic applications will be accepted. The position is subject to final budgetary approval. Review of applications will begin on March 1, 2021 and continue until position is filled.
About Manhattanville College
Manhattanville College is an independent, coeducational, liberal arts college located about 30 miles north of New York City on a picturesque campus of 100 acres. The College enrolls a nationally and internationally diverse student body of approximately 2,500 undergraduate and graduate students with over 40% of our students coming from historically underrepresented populations. Building on its heritage of social justice and social activism, the College prepares students through rigorous academic and co-curricular programs, for ethical and socially responsible leadership in a global community. We achieve this through integrated learning that combines classroom rigor with experiential opportunities, leadership with service, intimate attention with global reach, progressive change with enduring values, and social commitment with ethical responsibility. The College is fully committed to an inclusive and culturally diverse faculty, staff and student community. We seek to recruit qualified and diverse candidates who will help us achieve our goal of creating an inclusive community that is welcoming to all people.
Questions regarding the position may be directed to Dr. Gregory Swedberg, Chair of the Search Committee and Professor of Latin America History, [email protected] or School of Arts and Sciences Interim Dean Rebecca Lafleur, [email protected]