The Native American Studies Program ( https://nas.wvu.edu
) at West Virginia
University invites applications for part-time Lecturer positions to
teach undergraduate courses in the Spring, Summer, and Fall
semesters of 2022. Areas of need include, but may not be limited
to: Contemporary Native American Issues; Indigenous Culture and
History; and Modern Native Nations.
These positions require a master’s or doctoral degree in Native
American Studies, Indigenous Studies, American Studies, or a
closely related discipline and evidence of ability to teach
effectively at the undergraduate level.
Applications will be accepted throughout the year and will be
considered as openings arise. Salary is established on a per-course
basis. While these positions are not anticipated to be
benefits-eligible, individual positions may become
benefits-eligible based on course load - which may vary depending
on departmental need.
Please submit a single PDF file with (a) a letter of application
summarizing your teaching qualifications, (b) your curriculum
vitae, and (c) contact information for two individuals who can
provide letters of recommendation.
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