The Department of Philosophy at the University of Chicago invites applications for a position as Associate or Full Professor to begin July 1, 2024, or as soon as possible thereafter. We welcome applications in any of the following areas of specialization: (1) Metaphysics, (2) Nonwestern Philosophy, (3) Social and Political Philosophy (including Philosophy of Race or Gender), (4) Ancient Greek and Roman Metaphysics, or (5) Early Modern Philosophy.
Minimum teaching load for the position will be four courses per year over three quarters, at graduate and undergraduate levels, and usual dissertation, committee, and advising responsibilities.
We seek a colleague with an ambitious research agenda yielding active and innovative scholarship, characterized by originality of standpoint, depth and significance of analysis, cogency of argument, and knowledge of relevant languages and literatures. Successful applicants will contribute to the scholarly community of the department and university and will have the ability to be an excellent teacher in the university’s Core Curriculum, in introductory and advanced undergraduate courses in Philosophy, and in graduate courses related to their area of expertise. A PhD in Philosophy or a related field is required.
Required elements of the application:
• cover letter
All items must be submitted via the University’s Academic Recruitment site (Interfolio): http://apply.interfolio.com/130444. Review of applications will begin on October 2nd and will continue until the positing is closed or the position is filled. Applicants may be asked to provide additional materials following the initial review.
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Position contingent upon budgetary approval.
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Lecturer in Philosophy (Full-time)
Position Category: Faculty
Location: Thousand Oaks
Cal Lutheran is a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) and McNair Institution, and we are looking for candidates with a demonstrated commitment to and success working in diverse, multi- cultural and multi-racial communities, particularly in mentoring African American, Latinx, and Native American students. Cal Lutheran encourages applicants from all faiths or none, and advocates for justice and fairness for all people. We are an accredited, private, comprehensive university that engages students in critical inquiry and dedicated to educating leaders for a global society. The Thousand Oaks campus is located midway between Santa Barbara and Los Angeles and is home to more than 2,500 undergraduate and 1,110 graduate students who come from 59 countries and represent a variety of faiths. 52% of Cal Lutheran students are from underrepresented groups, and 40% of freshmen are first generation students. Cal Lutheran Faculty are 29% people of color. The mission of the University is to educate leaders for a global society who are strong in character and judgment, confident in their identity and vocation, and committed to service and justice.
California Lutheran University invites applications for a Lecturer in Philosophy with a focus in Ethics and Latin American Philosophy. The successful candidate should have a strong background (AOS) in Ethics, competence (AOS or AOC) in Latin American Philosophy, and be able to teach other courses in the department (an ability to teach Business Ethics, Ethics, Social Ethics, and Latin American Philosophy is required, and an ability to teach Feminism and/or Philosophy of Race and/or Oppression & Liberation is preferred). Teaching experience (and/or strong potential) and an interest in public and pre-college philosophy is desirable. The standard teaching load is four courses per semester and the successful candidate is expected to work with colleagues from other disciplines to participate in constructive dialogue on issues that we are facing in the 21st century by building upon sources from across intellectual streams. It is also expected that, after the first year of teaching, the person hired will take an active role in first-year advising.
• Provide academic instruction to students through lecture, lab, or performance courses. Create assignments and activities in one-on-one, classroom, and distance mediated instructional settings for development of cognitive abilities, communication skills, and higher order thinking skills among students. E
• Observe and evaluate student performance in meeting course objectives and student learning outcomes through assignments, projects, discussions, and examinations; provide feedback in a timely manner to student inquiries in class, online, or during established consultation office hours. E
• Maintain current, accurate records of course enrollment, attendance, student academic progress, course curriculum; prepare and submit grades, data, and reports related to course and student progress in a timely manner. E
• Provide a course syllabus to students in each class within the first week of the class, as outlined in the faculty handbook. E
• Adhere to the responsibilities related to teaching, advising and service, as outlined in the faculty handbook. E
• Attend and participate on committees and in department, division, campus, and University meetings. E
• Evening and weekend hours may be required. E
• Primary responsibilities for this position include teaching the following undergraduate courses (32 units): Ethics, Business Ethics, Social Ethics, Latin American Philosophy, and Feminism and/or Philosophy of Race and/or Oppression & Liberation. E
• Performs related duties as assigned.
• Current theory and practice within the subject discipline
• Principles and best practices of effective teaching
• Student learning outcomes and methods of assessment
• University curricula
• Community and campus resources, services, programs, and professionals available to students
• Methods of gathering, analyzing, and preparing data
• Modern computing technology
• Record keeping techniques with regard to student enrollment, attendance, and progress
• Ethics and Latin American Philosophy.
• Demonstrate a thorough and accurate knowledge in the subject field or discipline
• Deliver course curricula in various learning styles
• Exhibit sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, social, economic, cultural, and ethnic background of University students
• Exhibit sensitivity to and understanding of the needs of students with disabilities
• Integrate current and emerging instructional delivery technologies into the learning process to enhance teaching and the educational experience
• Maintain professional standards that protect student confidentiality
• Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing using tact, patience, and courtesy
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships
• Work constructively with their colleagues and to treat faculty, staff, administrators, and students with respect and professionalism
• Analyze situations accurately and adopt effective courses of action
• Demonstrate commitment to professional excellence and continuous growth within subject field or discipline
• Satisfactorily fulfill a faculty member’s duties and responsibilities and making significant contributions to the University community.
Possession of an appropriate Master’s Degree in Philosophy.
• Possession of a Ph.D. in from an accredited institution. ABD will be considered.
• Aside from a strong background in Ethics and Latin American Philosophy, we prefer a candidate who is focused on issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
• Aside from teaching Ethics and Latin American Philosophy, an ability to teach Social Ethics, and Business Ethics is required, and an ability to teach Feminism and/or Philosopy of Race and/or Oppression & Liberation is preferred.
Licenses and Other Requirements:
Detect to understand appropriate written correspondence; communicate clearly to exchange information in person and via the telephone or video; operate a computer and other office productivity machinery; stationary position for extended periods of time; move or transport light objects; position self to store and/or retrieve files.
Indoor classroom environment; subject to visiting a variety of classroom sites on campus.
Hiring Range $56,000-$70,000
Posting Number: Faculty000882020
Open Date: 08/01/2023
Close Date: 11/17/2023
To apply, visit https://apptrkr.com/4492540
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