The Department of History, Rutgers University-New Brunswick, invites applications for Part-Time Teaching for an undergraduate course in the History of Modern Greece, covering the Greek experience under Ottoman rule; revolution and independence; and development of the national state and society 1830s to the present. This is a face-to-face (not online) introductory course, upper division level. As the instructor of record, a Part-Time Teaching hire is responsible for preparing the course syllabus, delivering lectures and leading discussions, assessing student work in a timely manner, providing consultation with students, responding to student emails, and submitting final course grades to the registrar.
Minimum Education and Experience:
Master's degree in Modern European History, with focus on Greece, required; Ph.D.in Modern European History, with focus on Greece, preferred. Previous teaching experience preferred.
Posting Number: 19FA1621
Location: College Ave (RU-New Brunswick)
Internal Number: 91692
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