A.B. Hammond Chair in Western United States History (812-254)
University of Montana - Missoula
The Department of History at the University of Montana invites applications for a historian eligible to assume the A. B. Hammond Chair in Western United States History. The position is open rank. If hired at the rank of full professor, the hire will immediately become the Hammond Chair. If hired at the rank of assistant or associate professor, the hire will assume the Hammond Chair upon promotion to full professor. The successful candidate will teach undergraduate and graduate courses in areas of expertise and play an active role in the graduate program. TO APPLY visit http://umjobs.silkroad.com. Screening of applications will begin November 15, 2013.
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Thank you for your interest in the Department of History at the University of Montana. The History Department enjoys a well-deserved reputation for excellence in both research and teaching. The Department has an active Phi Alpha Theta chapter and hosts two series of workshops: a professional development workshop for graduate students and a research-in-progress workshop for both faculty and graduate students. The Department cross-lists courses and collaborates with several interdisciplinary programs, including African American Studies, Environmental Studies, Latin American Studies, Native American Studies, and Women's and Gender Studies. History faculty share responsibility for teaching 300-400 undergraduate majors, 10-15 M.A. candidates, and 5-10 Ph.D. candidates, with each member of the department offering two courses per semester, ranging from large lecture classes of up to 400 undergraduate students (100-level survey courses each count as two courses) to General Education and upper-division lecture-discussion courses of 25-45 students, to small writing seminars of 15-25 students, to graduate readings courses of fewer than 10 students. For more information, including our newsletter, see http://www.cas.umt.edu/history/.
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