Part-time Lecturer, Political Science
The Department of Political Science at Rutgers University-Camden seeks part-time lecturers for the Spring 2020 to teach the courses described below. The instructor will present course material during the assigned course times, hold office hours, administer exams, assign grades and coordinate any other requirements related to course instruction.
790:304 Politics and Culture – taught at the Rutgers Camden Campus
This course examines the evolution of norms and values in American political culture over time. Can we identify a commonly agreed-upon set of political values that have bound the nation together to create E Pluribus Unum? Is American political culture unique when compared to other states?
790:316 East Asian Politics – taught at the Brookdale/lincroft Community College campus Examines contemporary political and economic problems of China and Japan against background of their political histories, systems, and cultures. Current controversies and policies analyzed in the light of historical, governmental, and cultural factors.
790:372Modern Political Theory – taught on the Camden County College Blackwood campus The leading figures of Western political theory from Hobbes to the present.
790:429 Global Views of American Power – taught on the Camden County College Blackwood campus
An in-depth exploration of two competing global views of American power: Pro-Americanism and Anti-Americanism. Pro-Americanism focuses on positive views of the United States associated with American leadership on freedom, democracy, and human rights. Anti-Americanism means challenges to American power and global leadership and is defined as a set of negative predispositions toward the United States. This course will explore and examine three different (and even contradictory) forms of Anti-Americanism.
Minimum Education and Experience:
Master’s degree or J.D. in relevant field; Ph.D. in Political Science is preferred
Posting Number: 19FA2258
Location: Rutgers University-Camden