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Tenure-track Assistant Professor of Postcolonial Literatures and Cultures
Santa Clara University
Location: Santa Clara, California
Salary: $80,549 - $89,526
Higher Education Institution
The salary range is $80,549 - $89,526 and offers within that range will be based on years of university teaching experience. The position provides generous benefits. https://www.scu.edu/hr/benefits. Recognizing the high cost of housing in the local area, the University has established two housing assistance programs for qualified faculty:  a rental assistance program and  a purchase assistance program. For details, please refer to: https://www.scu.edu/provost/policies-and-procedures/support-for-faculty/housing-assistance/
Internal Number: R3892
The Department of English at Santa Clara University, a Jesuit, Catholic university, invites applications for a tenure-track position in postcolonial literatures and cultures, with additional desirable expertise in film or other related interdisciplinary studies. The position will begin fall 2024 as part of a cluster hire in Inequality and Social Justice in the College of Arts and Sciences. Successful candidates must have a strong record of teaching and a strong scholarly trajectory.
This position is slated for inclusion in a College of Arts & Sciences cluster hire in the area of Inequality & Social Justice that also includes the Departments of Art & Art History, Philosophy, Environmental Studies & Sciences, Biology, Religious Studies, History, and Theater & Dance. Cluster hire participants will receive mentorship and regular group meetings providing peer support and interdisciplinary intellectual community to support their scholarly and creative work.
2023-24 cluster hire information: The College of Arts & Sciences is currently conducting its third “cluster hire,” titled, Inequality & Social Justice. After two very successful cluster hire processes, the SCU College of Arts & Sciences has welcomed new faculty-members whose work engages with Inequality & Social Justice across a range of disciplines.
All applications must go through the Workday portal found at scu.edu/hr/careers, or click here.
PhD in English or related field completed by September 1, 2024; experience and demonstrated excellence in teaching undergraduate literature and cultural studies courses; publications in postcolonial studies; and a clear trajectory of publication in scholarly venues.
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