Harvard University Assistant or untenured Associate Professor of Sociology in Cambridge, Massachusetts


Title Assistant or untenured Associate Professor of Sociology

School Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Department/Area Sociology

Position Description

The Harvard Sociology Department seeks to fill two full-time tenure-track positions as Assistant or untenured Associate Professor of Sociology, beginning fall 2018. The area of specialization is open. We seek candidates with exceptional promise as scholars and teachers to offer courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Substantive areas of research and teaching are open. Teaching duties will include offerings at both the undergraduate and graduate levels as well as undergraduate thesis advising.

Basic Qualifications

Candidates are required to have Ph.D. by the expected start date.

Additional Qualifications

Candidates should have demonstrated the promise of excellence in both research and teaching.

Special Instructions

Applicants should submit a dossier including: (1) a vita listing published and unpublished papers, (2) a cover letter, (3) a statement describing current and projected research activities, (4) a statement describing teaching experience and interests, and (5) two or three pieces of written work including at least one dissertation chapter. Please also include names and contact information for three references. All materials, including letters of reference, should be submitted on line. The deadline to submit applications is September 15, 2017.

Contact Information

Suzanne Ogungbadero Coordinator of Academic Affairs Harvard Sociology Department 668 William James Hall 33 Kirkland Street Cambridge, MA 02138

Contact Email saw@wjh.harvard.edu

Equal Opportunity Employer

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Minimum Number of References Required 3

Maximum Number of References Allowed 3

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