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- For placement in lecturer pool beginning Fall 2016 and for future semesters. Positions are part-time, temporary, non-tenure, and contingent upon course offerings, sufficient student enrollment, position clearance, and availability of funds.
- Teach lower division survey courses in areas including World, Asian, American, European, Pacific, or Hawaiian history; teach upper division courses in areas including early Korea, China, Russia, Latin America, Pacific or Hawaii; or topical courses in the history of science, warfare, maritime or U.S. Constitution. Other related duties, including meeting course requirements as established by the department, preparing course syllabus, grading, maintaining weekly office hours. May include instructional assignments involving distance education.
- Degree and/or significant background in history; for lower division courses (100-200 level) MA in hand, current enrollment in PhD program, PhD Candidate; for upper division courses (300-400) PhD.
- Prior university teaching experience, demonstrated teaching ability.
- PhD in History.
- Publications preferred.
- Chair, Department of History
- 2530 Dole St., Sakamaki A-203
- Honolulu, HI 96822
- David Hanlon; 808-956-4222; email@example.com
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