The Government Department at St. Lawrence University invites applications for a two-year (upon successful review after the first year) visiting assistant professor position in International Relations. We seek an individual who can teach the introductory course in International Relations as well as upper-level courses on topics of the candidate’s choosing in international development, international political economy, foreign policy, conflict resolution, or other areas of expertise that do not duplicate the department’s current strengths in international security and international organizations. The ability to also teach Introduction to Comparative Politics on occasion is a plus. The position begins August 2021, and the teaching load is three courses per semester. Applicants should have their Ph.D. in Political Science by August 15, 2021, but ABD candidates may be considered.
The successful candidate will join a department of 11 full-time faculty members who are passionate about enriching our liberal arts curriculum through diverse and inclusive pedagogies and scholarly agendas. Our supportive department colleagues regularly provide feedback and mentoring to visiting faculty to foster pedagogical and professional development. Our St. Lawrence faculty statement of values emphasizes valuing diversity, recognizing the inherent worth of every human being, putting knowledge into action to benefit communities, pursuing truth, and carefully considering evidence (https://www.stlawu.edu/academic-affairs/january-2017-faculty-statement-values).
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