The Department of History, Rutgers University-New Brunswick, invites applications for Part-Time Lecturers (PTLs) to teach undergraduate courses in U.S. History; European History; African, Asian, and Latin American History; and/or Global History. (Specific courses to be taught by PTLs will be determined by the department each semester.) Courses may be introductory surveys or upper-level courses focused on specific themes or topics. As the instructor of record, a PTL is responsible for preparing the course syllabus, delivering lectures and leading discussions, assessing student work in a timely manner, holding weekly office hours, responding to student emails, and submitting final course grades to the registrar.
Master’s degree in History or related field required; Ph.D.in History or related field preferred. Previous teaching experience preferred.
A concise statement of teaching philosophy is required. A syllabus for a course previously taught by the applicant is highly recommended and should be uploaded under Other Documents.
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Cover Letter/Letter of Application
The Department of History at Rutgers University-New Brunswick has more than sixty faculty members whose award-winning scholarship has earned the department an international reputation. Our undergraduate program features an innovative curriculum in Global History; African, Asian, and Latin American History; European History; and U.S. History. Our graduate programs in African American History and Women’s and Gender History are currently ranked #1 in the nation by U.S. News and World Report, with the History graduate program ranked #21 overall.
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