Instructor of an introductory course in Anthropology, SOA 130
Anthropology: Cultural Differences. The course covers the four
fields of anthropology (biological, cultural, linguistics, and
archaeology) with equal emphasis. Course meets in person twice per
week on Salve Regina's campus in Newport, on Monday and Wednesday 4
pm to 5:15 pm. The SOA 130 is open to all majors and has an
enrollment of up to 30 undergraduates, nearly half of which are
first year college students.
- Required Master's degree or PhD (ABD accepted) in one of the
subdisciplines of Anthropology.
- Applicants should have experience with a variety of pedagogical
approaches to teaching and assessment, to meet the needs of, and
assess the learning of, a diverse group of learners.
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