Type of Position: Faculty
Posting Number: 0008816
Working Title: Assistant Professor of American Indian Studies
Position Classification Title Assistant Professor - 9
Institution: Black Hills State University
Department: 6COLA1-College of Liberal Arts
Scope of Search: External (includes Internal)
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Appointment Type: Regular
Duration of the Term: 9 months
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Typical Hours Worked Per Week: 40+
Appointment Percent: 100
Posting date: 03-23-2017
Positions close at midnight CST Open Until Filled
If open until filled, review date: 04-21-2017
Posting Text: The College of Liberal Arts at Black Hills State University seeks applications for a tenure-track, academic year position as an Assistant Professor in American Indian Studies, to be housed in the School of Mathematics and Social Sciences.
Preference will be given to candidates who show evidence of successful teaching experience in the area of American Indian/Native American Studies, in particular the Plains Indian populations. We particularly welcome applicants whose work encompasses American Indian and Indigenous centered knowledge production and epistemologies. We are especially interested in interdisciplinary and intersectional research that engages with racialization, environmental justice, science and technology studies, political economy, history, and education. Teaching load is 12 credits per semester. Other responsibilities include advising students and professional service.
* Ability and willingness to develop and teach a broad range of American Indian Studies courses in face-to-face and online formats.
* An active research agenda.
* A Ph.D. in American Indian/Native American Studies, American Studies, Ethnic Studies, Anthropology or closely related field at the time of hiring. ABDs may be given consideration.
Black Hills State University is an EEO/AA employer. Employment is dependent upon a satisfactory background check.
Department Description and Cultural Expectations Black Hills State University is a masters-level state University with 4,500 students. The campus leads the region in sustainability efforts and maintains top academic programs in business (AACSB), exercise
science, natural sciences, social sciences, the arts, mass communication, health sciences and education. The University, founded in 1883, is located in the northern Black Hills, a region abundant with outdoor activity and culture. Spearfish, S.D., is recognized as one of the top 10 most livable small towns in the
USA and has also been recognized nationally for outdoor recreational opportunities. A second location, BHSU-RC, was recently established in Rapid City, the state's second largest city. BHSU, a member of
NCAA Division II athletics, offers 14 sports. BHSU has a legacy of champion rodeo teams.
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