|Position Overview: The Women’s and Gender Studies Program at Merrimack College invites applications for a tenured Associate or Full Professor to begin Fall 2017.
The successful candidate’s scholarship and teaching will focus on gender, sexuality/LGBTQ studies, as well as media and popular culture. We seek candidates who are well-versed in feminist theory, critical race theory, and media/film studies. Ability to teach global gender issues/feminisms and ethnic studies a plus. Teaching load is three courses per semester, including the introductory Gender and Society course, as well as upper level courses that bring an intersectional approach to the study of sex and gender or of gender and popular culture/film/media. Applicants should have a commitment to experiential learning and social justice. The successful candidate will join a growing program that emphasizes interdisciplinarity and community.
Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Women’s and Gender Studies or related field, evidence of extensive, successful teaching and sustained record of scholarship. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a Statement of Teaching Philosophy, three (3) letters of recommendation, and a writing sample. Deadline for applications is January 23, 2017.
Merrimack College is a private, selective, comprehensive college located 30 miles north of Boston in the historic and scenic Merrimack River Valley. Founded in 1947 by the Archbishop of Boston and the Order of St. Augustine, the College offers more than 100 undergraduate programs in science and engineering, business, liberal arts, and education and social policy. Merrimack also offers graduate programs in counseling, education, business, engineering, public affairs, and criminology. The College’s 3,200 undergraduate and nearly 450 graduate students come from 32 states and 31 countries to form an engaged community of thinkers, learners and achievers integrated in an academic culture of excellence, diversity and stature. The implementation in 2011, and revision in 2016, of the College’s ten-year strategic plan, the Agenda for Distinction, has led to renewed energy and sense of community, combined with growth of our faculty, and student body.|