Lecturer, International and Comparative Education - Citizenship, Human Rights, and Education
Teachers College, Columbia University
Location: New York City, New York
Internal Number: 509701
Posting Summary: The Program in International and Comparative Education (ICEd) at Teachers College, Columbia University, is seeking a full-time lecturer with a special focus on Citizenship, Human Rights, and Education.
Job Summary/Basic Function: The Program in International and Comparative Education (ICEd) at Teachers College, Columbia University, is seeking a full-time lecturer with a special focus on Citizenship, Human Rights, and Education. This is a nine-month position, renewable to up to three years. The lecturer will teach five courses, provide academic advisement to M.A. students in the ICEd program, carry out program-related work, and be expected to contribute to the overall operations of the program.
Review of applications will begin on April 11, 2022
Earned doctorate in international and comparative education and/or related social science discipline (e.g., anthropology, political science or sociology)
Demonstrated strength in innovative research methods, including quantitative, mixed methods, social networks, and/or policy-oriented research
Evidence of successful university teaching
Ability to teach core courses in international and comparative education (i.e., ITSF4580/1) Comparative and International Development Studies and research methods) and two courses related to citizenship education, civic identity, rights-based education, and/or youth development
Professional experience in project work in the global South.
*Candidates from the global South are also strongly encouraged to apply.
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