(Closed) Visiting Lecturer in Asian American Studies, Spring 2017

The Intercollegiate Department of Asian American Studies of the Claremont Colleges invites applications for several visiting lecturer positions for spring semester 2017 to teach up to three courses. We are open to various courses, but especially welcome candidates who can teach “Asian American Women’s Experiences” and those who can offer Asian American literature and/or special topics courses which complement our curriculum, especially courses on Muslim, Pacific Islander, Southeast Asian, mixed race, mixed ethnicity Asian Americans, and performance arts. PhDs or terminal degree preferred, ABDs will be considered, all preferably with at least one year of teaching experience.

Please submit in one PDF document a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, proposed course syllabi, course evaluations (and any evidence of teaching experiences) and two letters of reference to Hung Cam Thai, Chair of the Intercollegiate Department of Asian American Studies. For further information, please contact hung.thai@pomona.edu.

The Claremont  Colleges (Claremont  McKenna,  Harvey  Mudd,  Pitzer,  Pomona, and Scripps) are  liberal  arts  colleges  located  35 miles  east  of  downtown Los  Angeles.  We  value  diversity,  and actively  encourage  applications  from women  and members  of  historically  underrepresented  groups.

Review of applications will begin immediately. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.