Hobart and William Smith Colleges invites applications for an Adjunct Teaching Position with a background in socio-cultural anthropology to teach up to three courses. This 2021-2022 Academic Year appointment has flexibility for the fall or spring semester, or a combination of both, but candidates will be reviewed until the position is filled.
We seek candidates with a serious commitment to undergraduate liberal arts education. Teaching expectations include ANTH 110 “Introduction to Cultural Anthropology,” a 200-level topical and geographic area course, and a 300-level seminar course in the candidate’s specialization. Demonstrated teaching experience in these areas is preferred. ABD candidates and recent Ph.D.s are encouraged to apply.
About Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Located on 195 acres in the heart of New York States Finger Lakes Region, Hobart and William Smith are independent liberal arts colleges distinctive for providing highly individualized educations. Guided by an interdisciplinary curriculum grounded in exploration and rigor, the Colleges prepare students to think critically. In partnership with the Geneva and global communities and through robust programs in career development, study-abroad, service, leadership and athletics, the Colleges foster an environment that values global citizenship, teamwork, ethics, inclusive excellence, and cultural competence.Under the mentorship of faculty, Hobart and William Smith students gain the necessary clarity to be competitive when seeking employment. They win prestigious fellowships like the Rhodes, Gates Cambridge, Udall, Fulbright and Goldwater. They gain admittance to the best graduate programs in the country. They go on to lead lives of consequence.