The Department of Philosophy at the University of New Hampshire seeks a full-time assistant professor to begin in fall 2023. The successful candidate will have the expertise to teach courses in the history of modern philosophy. Being able to teach courses in the areas of race and/or gender, or in the history and philosophy of science will be beneficial, too. The candidate will contribute their expertise in teaching undergraduates, they are expected to be actively involved in ongoing research, and they will provide service to the department, the university, and the philosophy profession. The standard teaching load is two courses per semester. The candidate will be teaching philosophy to undergraduates, so it is especially important that they are invested and interested in teaching philosophy to young people who are new to the discipline.The University of New Hampshire and our Department believe that a faculty, student, and staff community comprised of people with different identities: gender, class, ethnic affiliation, sexual orientation, disability, race, and religious affiliation among others, is central to our goal of creating an academically and socially robust campus community where all members can thrive. This position is open to all qualified candidates. We encourage those who identify as members of groups that have historically been under-represented in the academy to apply.Applicants should submit a cover letter, CV, teaching statement, and three confidential letters of reference, one of which should address the applicantâs teaching experience, teaching portfolio, a diversity statement, and a sample of written work in the area of specialization.Please submit materials by December 1, 2022For additional information or questions, please email email@example.com.
Candidates must have a Ph.D. in philosophy by the time of their appointment to be considered for the position.
The University of New Hampshire is an R1 Carnegie classification research institution providing comprehensive, high-quality undergraduate and graduate programs of distinction. UNH is located in Durham on a 188-acre campus, 60 miles north of Boston and 8 miles from the Atlantic coast, and is convenient to New Hampshire's lakes and mountains. There is a student enrollment of 13,000 students, with a full-time faculty of over 600, offering 90 undergraduate and more than 70 graduate programs. The University actively promotes a dynamic learning environment in which qualified individuals of differing perspectives, life experiences, and cultural backgrounds pursue academic goals with mutual respect and shared inquiry.