ASSISTANT VISITING PROFESSOR
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Introduction (Description of
Women’s & Gender Studies at the University of
Wisconsin-Milwaukee is a “Department-like Body” (DLB), an
interdisciplinary unit that serves as a tenure home.WGShas full and
joint-appointment faculty from humanities and social sciences
departments.WGSoffers a BA and minor, a graduate certificate, a
Master’s degree (MA), and two coordinated graduate degree programs,
aWGSMA/MLIS and aWGSMA/MSW.
Women's and Gender Studies at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
seeks a visiting assistant professor for the 2022-2023 academic
year with expertise in Queer and Sexuality Studies. Teaching load
is three courses per semester, with some advising responsibilities
in the graduate program. Teaching responsibilities include
undergraduate and graduate courses in queer theory and feminist
theory. Applications from candidates with a PhD by start date will
be considered. Demonstrated commitment to Women's and Gender
Studies. Expertise in feminist research methods or queer of color
critique preferred. Teaching experience in feminist theory or queer
1. Ph.D. by start date
2. Research or experience teaching queer theory at undergraduate
and graduate levels
3. Research or experience teaching feminist theory at undergraduate
and graduate levels
1. Demonstrated commitment to Women’s & Gender Studies
2. Expertise in feminist research methods
3. Expertise in queer of color critique
4. Teaching experience in feminist theory or queer theory
This is a continuous recruitment.
Please note that
the review of applications will begin on April 11, 2022.
Applications received after April 10, 2022, may not receive
Applicants should upload letter of application, curriculum vitae,
and writing sample of 25 pages or fewer (upload to “Other Document
1”) and provide contact information for three referee reference
In instances where the Search and Screen Committee is unable to
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applicant meets any of the qualifications, the applicant will be
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