Lecturer in Sociology (US Society, Race/Ethnicity, Social Theory)
Loyola University Maryland (Baltimore, MD)
May 1, 2020
Post date: April 1, 2020

The Department of Sociology at Loyola University Maryland is searching to hire a one-year, full time non-tenure track, faculty member to teach a 4/4 course load over the 2020-2021 academic year. The Department seeks a teacher-scholar with expertise in social inequality and social problems in US society with secondary focus on US culture, race and society, racial formations, and social theory. For Fall 2020, the applicant should be prepared to teach two sections of SC 103, American Society; SC 361, Social Inequality; and an upper division "Special Topics" course titled, Social Problems in 21st century US. In the spring of 2021, the faculty member will repeat two sections of SC 103, along with two upper division courses in their specialty area(s). This position requires a faculty member to be on campus and to be an active presence in the department with regularly scheduled office hours, etc. There is no research obligation for this position.. This position has the potential to be renewed for several years. Under such conditions, a candidate will be asked to complete modest service projects for the department and for the university. Preference will be given to candidates with at least two years of full-time teaching experience, and with a PhD in hand. Advanced ABD candidates with significant teaching experience are also encouraged to apply.


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