The Department of History at the University of North Texas announces a
tenure system assistant professorship in Chicana history, beginning
Required qualifications include Ph.D. in History, or in Chicana/o studies,
no later than September 1, 2010. The successful candidate¹s research and
teaching interests must include the area of Chicana history, and may also
include expertise in any of the following areas of study: civil rights,
comparative race and ethnicity, cultural analysis, gender and sexuality,
labor, migration and immigration, and transnationalism. Additional desired
qualifications include evidence of an active research agenda and relevant
teaching experience appropriate to rank.
The typical teaching load for productive faculty is 2/2, with opportunities
to teach upper-division and/or graduate courses. Interest in teaching
upper-division courses in Chicana (and Latina) history in the University
Honors program is preferred.
UNT offers a competitive salary and research/travel support. Review of
applications will begin January 8, 2010. Please apply online at
https://facultyjobs.unt.edu; include a cover letter, curriculum vitae,
articlelength writing sample, and three letters of reference.
The University of North Texas is a dynamic, rapidly growing institution with
more than 36,000 students making it the fourth largest university in Texas.
UNT offers 97 bachelor¹s, 101 masters¹s, and 49 doctoral degree programs. A student-centered public research university, UNT is the flagship of the UNT system.
UNT is an AA/ADA/EOE institution that values diversity and is located in the culturally and economically vibrant Dallas/Fort Worth metropolitan area.